Top 10 Interiors Trends of 2015 by Julie Carlson

From interesting mirrors to ugly marble to cut crystal to moody minimalism: our predictions of the design trends that will define 2015.

Above: Moody, luxe minimalism; our favorite practitioners include Dimore Studio (shown), Ochre, Faye Toogood, Joseph Dirand, and Nicolas Schuybroeck.

Cut crystal makes a comeback. Above L: Decorated Hobstar Glasses; $24 each from West Elm. Above R: Lee Broom's Cut Crystal Light Bulb is $175 from A + R Store in LA.

Above: Mix-and-match linen bedding; photograph via Linen Works. Crate & Barrel and West Elm have jumped on the bandwagon with their own lines.

Above: Artisanal coffee-making equipment. Joey Roth's Moka Pot for Blue Bottle is a current favorite; also see our post on handmade coffee drippers.

Above: A while back we featured the home of New York potter Paula Greif, who set a goal to make everything in her kitchen by hand. Clearly, she was ahead of the curve; handmade dinnerware is everywhere (see Currently Coveting: Japanese-Style Tableware Made in LA).

Above: Pantone's pick for color of the year may be Marsala; but our wall color pick is pale, dusty pink (specifically, Pink Ground from Farrow & Ball, a favorite with Ben Pentreath).

Above: An organic look for appliances; see Calm in the Kitchen: The Amica Zen Oven by Amica.

Above: In 2014, we wrote about our attraction to ugly marble (see 10 Favorites: Exotic Marble in Modern Spaces); a current favorite use is the backsplash in Michael Verheyden's kitchen.

Above: Sculptural candles; a set of five handmade Nanao Candles is $26 from Uguisu.

Above: Interesting mirrors, as featured in this bath via Made a Mano (L) and these Obei Obei Wall Mirrors (R).