Top Design Trends That Will Be Hot in 2019
According to the trend forecaster Pantone, a lot of amazing things will materialize by next year. We’re excited to see how the new geometric patterns integrate with our beloved boho-chic interior decor. We’ve already seen a new dominant color stealing the show. Marsala was finally dethroned in favor of “millennial pink”; a blend that we’ll probably see everywhere. Let us have a closer look at some of next year’s predicts in interior home design.
#1. Fancy Geometric Patterns
Believe it or not, integrating geometry into your current home decor is not that difficult. In fact, it’s quite the approachable trend that beautifully complements a room that’s simple and uninteresting. Experts argue that next year we’ll see geometric backsplashes everywhere, including on the walls. We’ve grown extremely attached to beautiful wall art that exudes originality. To make sure you’re not over-decorating, settle on an accent wall to give your space a whole new, but chic vibe. Another great idea is to incorporate geometric patterns into the accessorizing of your home. Throw pillows, table linens, rugs with geometric patterns are all highly recommended ideas.
#2. Typography Prints
These sorts of prints go really well in vintage-like homes that are colorful and lively. What we love most about this upcoming trend is that it tells a story. Interior designers argue that there’s something special about furniture with message prints and drawings. The trend doesn’t apply solely to vintage homes; in fact, it work really well in modern homes because they emphasize originality and ingenuity. Who wouldn’t love a set of Facebook, Snapchat, and Pinterest pillows on their living room sofa?
#3. Wooden Accents
Since technology is omnipresent in our homes, now it’s the best time to add little natural elements to the mix. Wood is more than welcomed into living areas, bedrooms, and kitchens. Choose all-natural colors to create an outdoor feeling that exude freshness. Rather than paint that rugged coffee table, why not leave it just as it is? Add a touch of wilderness to your home decor. Wooden bowls carved by hand, wooden frames for your paintings, and chairs in the kitchen area will give your home a rustic appeal with a twist.
#4. Brick Walls
There are so many ways you can use to decorate your home. Exposed brick walls, for example, make homes get a cottage-like feel. Add warmth and character to the living or kitchen area, and complement the rugged design with natural colors and chic textures. There are various styles of brick you can choose from, although we must admit that the statement brick wall is something absolutely fascinating. If you don’t like the bright brown colors of brick, you can always paint it in a nuance that best matches with the rest of your home’s design.
We know metallic accents have been around for quite some time now. Nonetheless, we just can’t get enough of it. Whether we’re talking about accessories made of metal, or furniture with metallic accents, the material will be in style next year too. Decorating with metallics gives homes an urban, industrial appeal. In combination with black and white colors palettes, your home will scream minimalism inside out. Brass, chrome, golden and silver hues are all about making your home stand out. These don’t just add ingenuity; they will also bring in that royal effect we love so much in extravagant homes.
Last but not least, let’s not forget about window treatments and linens. The most interesting and stylish homes feature incredible curtains and shades. High quality designer fabrics never disappoint. They come in a wealth of styles. Whether you’re crazy about stripes and zigzags, or you’d rather choose chic floral patterns, there’s no doubt that your home will look incredible. Egyptian cotton, bamboo, linen, and satin are materials you should definitely take into account. Their purpose is to make your home feel luxurious too, not just cozy and comfortable.
A lot of new traits will materialize next year, so we’re all eager to know them all. Until then, at the very least we can make assumptions, and choose decor elements that truly make us fall in love with our homes once again.