Fresh Ideas From Bloggers For 2015

Here, ten brilliant decorating ideas from bloggers we hope go mainstream in 2015.

Here, ten brilliant decorating ideas from bloggers we hope go mainstream in 2015. This article originally appeared on ELLEDecor.com
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Gemma C / The Everygirl
A New Take On Taxidermy
We've had taxidermied animals and a rash of botanical prints, but this is a new take on them both: A gorgeous anatomical print from New Orlean's event designer Julia Hohne (of ), as seen on .
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Chris Loves Julia
Jacketless
Remove your jackets. Your book jackets, that is — Chris Loves Julia that books look so much classier without the ratty dust jacket.
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Design Love Fest
Muted Pink
's bedroom perfects the barely-there muted colors, and we love the subtle hints of pink she's integrated throughout. You might not expect it to work, but it does, and we'd love to see more of this new take on neutrals.
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Dans Le Lakehouse
Matchy-Matchy Open Shelving
Dans Le Townhouse their open shelving isn't that hard to take care of, and if that's true, we're sold: Her extensive collection of vintage Pyrex looks fantastic on display, and the matching cabinetry and chairs aren't even annoying. Maybe not for everyone, but here's hoping more people give it a go.
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Decor8
Hygge
The Danish word Hygge is having a moment: According to , Hygge is "Hygge is a cozy pulling together but also a state of mind where Danes just know the weather is horrible but they still make the best of it. So why not fill the home with friends and family, light some candles, bake cookies and sit around the fireplace?" Why not? After a tumultuous 2014, everyone could use a little Hygge.
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Deuce Cities Henhouse
...Or Turn Those Books Around
Maybe showing off the hardcover spines isn't your thing, but there's something about the weatherd pages that gives you the library tingles. Does that call to you? Check out this from Deuce Cities Henhouse for inspiration.
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Vintage Revivals
Cactuses. Not Succulents.
No one's saying succulents are out — after all, the hardy little plants are a perfect fit for so many homes. But it's time for a full-size cactus revolution, like this one holding court in 's living room.
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The Brick House
Leather Pulls (On Everything)
We've seen leather pulls for dressers, but on closets and doors? That's a new one. It's a hard look to pull off, but we love the contrast with the white-and-black walls at .
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Hunted Interiors
Fawn-Printed Walls
's fawn walls are a striking change from the standard animal prints. They bring a subtlety to the room that, say, a cheetah-print wouldn't—but still throw a sharp punch. If this is where animal prints are moving, we're definitely along for the ride.
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Little Green Notebook
Blankets As Headboards
Sure, this bed from technically already has a headboard, but the plaid patterned blanket thrown over it adds a whole new dimension of color and warmth to the room.
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