Top 2019 Design Trends for Your Home
The first trend is likely my favorite, it is “The Mixing of Trends”.
This trend is great for those of us who don’t completely re-do a room every couple of years, but want to add some new fun pieces to keep our spaces feeling fresh. See below on how to accomplish this.
Expect to see more warmth in color choices with bold, deep tones. Think mustard, deep teal, moody green, burgundy, and lots of rich dusty blues with stark white as the backdrop. If you are looking to keep it simple, try for 90% white and 10% color – that way the room won’t feel overdone. If you can’t go back to doing white, try a mushroom tone for your base. It’s warmer than the greys of the last few years, but will still lend a beautiful backdrop with a punch of jewel-tone color.
Pro Tip: Use pillows, throws, and rugs to change things up in a flash.
Graphic patterns continue to dominate the texture scene, but expect them to be softer and not quite so tribal in 2019. Big bold floral wallpaper will continue to make a splash. Peel and stick wallpaper has become one of the hottest trends on the market. It will continue to grow as the options are endless and most of us love an easy way to refresh our space. It doesn’t get much easier than peel and stick wall paper.
The mixed metal trend shows no signs of slowing down as steel, chrome, and brass all continue to grow in popularity. Accent with wood, chrome and brass to create a warm, trendy, yet sophisticated vibe without having to make a huge commitment. The key is variety and not over-using any one finish. If you have brass lighting, add some chrome, some wood accent pieces, an acrylic coffee table, and you have completely updated the space.
Gone are accent walls, in are statement walls. What is the difference you ask? Think bold paint choices, big daring patterned wallpaper, or an oversized piece of artwork. It will provide a beautiful focal point and can be easily switched up when you are ready.
Concrete continues in popularity. Look for concrete sinks, countertops, floors, and walls. Be sure to mix it up with some organic elements like wood in a mid tone, some plants, or warm colorful accents to keep the space from feeling cold or harsh.
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