The best of 2019 interior design trends – Already thinking about what to expect for 2019 interior decoration? The next year it’s a promising one in terms of interior design trends. Get everything prepared for a great year, and start planning your one home decor for 2019!
In here you will get to see what stays and what goes in terms of interior decor. Nowadays composing a living ambiance with trendy and aesthetic materials that can be recycled and used repeatedly, isn’t so simple anymore. If you follow these interior design trends I guarantee that you will achieve a successful project.
The luxury expression is one thing that is going to be continued… Big, soft, velvety and rounded shapes sitting arrangements are a keeper for next year… The interior designers usually combine them with marble cladding and surfaces, glass structures and furniture and aristocratic colored-metals: brass, copper, silver or golden shine.
The retro trend it’s definitely a keeper…Combining bold colors in retro tones with custom-made furniture, created with eccentric materials, it is something that we will see again. Vintage pieces of furniture (some previously owned, some custom made by the architects) compose an ambiance of unique charm and undoubted value. Just one last piece of advice: keep the balance and harmony of the room in your mind!
Here is another old friend: bold prints. From the symmetrical ones to the tribal-inspired, the big prints are going to remain in the top interior design projects. What makes them feel so right until now and considering the perspectives of 2019 interior design trends, is the warmth, familiarity, and offset pattern that can easily be since the most minimal of rooms, to the big luxury decor.
Last but not least, the color shade that is going to be on top of the color scheme, I present to you, the winner: Nightwatch green. A nice alternative to today’s on-trend matte black and looks great on high-end decor. Since it is such a dark strong color, and you think is too much for your room walls, just remember that there are other options. For example, you can introduce the color in a vibrant textile, or a deep green rug set against a luminous floor.