With each new year come new interior design trends and fads to consider and even reconsider so you can update your home with confidence and ease. Last year we saw a rise in rose gold, subway tiles, and exposed lighting as these were some of the top home decor trends of 2018.
Stepping away from the tech-obsessed decor trends that we saw dominate the 2018 design trends, 2019 move towards fresh, natural materials such as stone, copper, concrete, and granite. These elements will help bring an organic and serene ambiance to any space while reflecting the world around your home.
Last year we saw that Rose Gold was one of 2018s most seen decor trends. In 2019 we've seen a rise in more copper accents with a mixture of other metals and finishes like mentioned previously. Copper offers an earthy hue with its red and orange tones.
Richer Color Palettes
Though muted colors can help you avoid making spaces feel overwhelming and visually heavy, 2019 will be a year where bolder colors are preferred. Like mentioned in one of our previous Blog Posts, Richer hues throughout your home can make your more muted and natural-hued furnishings and decorative elements instantly pop and feel anew. Lookout reds, pinks, bold yellows, greens.
Similar to floral patterns and brass decor, incorporating geometric patterns is no new trend. Yet for the new year geometric patterns are expected to become a dramatic presence. Colors will be bolder with oversized patterns. This is a trend that will help make a bold statement in any room. An easy way to incorporate this pattern into your home decor is by adding geometric throws.
The vintage lights we see will be less exposed lighting and more of vintage pendants and sconces, in brass and copper finishes where trending designs come together in unison.
From beauty products to customized cars, technological advancements have made matte finishes all the more alluring and viable. Compared to the dramatic effect that high-shine finishes conjure, matte finishes lend furnishings a more relaxed, however, futuristic appeal. Matte finishes provide the accents or furniture pieces with a quiet sense of dignity without being overly loud comparing it to glossy finishes where some colors would pop.