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New, Now, Next: 7 of the Top Interior Design Trends of 2019

The year may be going by rapidly but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to spruce up your home. If you’re looking for interior design ideas, you may we wondering about the trends for 2019. You’ll be happy to hear that there is a look and concept for almost everyone’s tastes. Let’s look at some of the trends which you can incorporate into your interior fit out over the next few months.

Natural materials

There’s a greater focus on bridging the gap between people and nature. Organic materials like stone and wood are being used indoors in a more rustic way. Designers are also looking for opportunities to bring more natural light inside and incorporate plant life. Not only does it look great, but it can boost your mood. That’s a win-win situation!

Warm Tones

If you haven’t switched up your home in a while, you may have lots of taupe and other neutral colors. The movement is now towards tones which are more exciting, although they are not overwhelming. In 2019, soft pinks, bronze, and other warm colors are adding new life to walls.

Brightly Colored, Maximalist art

Scandinavian designs and simple artwork in neutral colors are out. They’ve been replaced by graphic patterns, unusual textures, and bold colors, sometimes all together. You may want to create an entire art wall for maximum impact or just add a large piece to one room.

Floral Prints 

If you want to modernize your home while including some traditional elements, you’re in luck. Floral fabric and wallpaper are all the rage now. Whether you want chintz or a more abstract pattern, you’ll find at least one print you absolutely love. You can use it on soft furnishings, upholstered furniture or accent walls.

Bold Backsplashes 

The trend towards big and bold extends to the kitchen. Minimalist vibes had their time. If you want to keep up with what’s hot for 2019, make an impact with either bolder colors or striking graphic tiles on the backsplash.

Handmade Accents 

More attention is being paid to environmental sustainability and this has influenced interior design. Adding handmade accents created from jute, clay or rice paper is responsible and on trend. You’ll know exactly where your décor comes from and you can get unique touches that no one else has.

Curved Furniture and Accents

If you liked the furniture of the seventies, you’ll enjoy redecorating this year. Those curved styles are back after years of geometric lines. You can incorporate fluid, retro-inspired armchairs, chaise lounges, tables, and even lamps and sinks. Whether you choose to go for a full set of furniture or just an accent, your room will look much fresher.

It’s a great time to redecorate your interiors. Whether you like to think outside the box or your style is more traditional, you can find furniture, colors and accents to suit your style. While bold colors and graphics are all the rage, you don’t have to get carried away. Small touches can make all the difference!