Dark Drama: The New Hues of 2015

Dark Drama: The New Hues of 2015

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Nancy Mitchell
Jan 21, 2015
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If you're tired of super-bright, all white interiors, 2015 may be your year. Topping my list of 10 design predictions for 2015 was a swing back towards richer, moodier colors. Here's a collection of 12 of our favorite interiors in shades of hunter green, navy, deep plum, and charcoal. Soak it in.

Above: hunter green contrasts with copper in a space from West Country Shutters.

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A beautiful black foyer from Lonny.

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A great shade of navy blue from Godrich Interiors.

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The new dark hues are especially nice when paired with warm woods, as in this space from Elle Decoration.

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Navy in a dining room from Desire to Inspire.

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This charcoal bedroom by Billy Cotton is especially cozy.

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We can't get enough of this eggplant hue. Styling by Jenni Juurinen.

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Not-quite-navy in a space from Hackett Holland.

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In spaces with plenty of natural light, darker colors will seem cozy and not confining. From Desire to Inspire.

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Black is especially nice paired with dark, saturated colors. From Domaine Home.

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A deep blue living room from AD Magazine.

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Black is the perfect choice for this brightly lit space from The D Pages.

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