What Is IN And OUT Of The Interior Design Trends For 2019? – With the beginning of the new year comes our chance to reboot our inspiration and our ideas… Fresh content and new goals will emerge in our lives so we may as well see what we can count on for 2019 in terms of home decor trends!
New ideas and new concepts is always a good thing! For all of the decor lovers that are looking for a head start in 2019, here are some of the best interior design trends predicted by incredible interior designers. Are you ready to find out what will be IN and OUT of the home decor trends this year?
The interior designer and founder of the Erin Gates Design Studio believes that the traditional beauty of floral patterns, abstracted or not, will be the quite popular this year!
The interior designer Kristen Peña says that products handmade with sustainable materials like jute, rice paper, and clay will be popular in 2019 because people want those unique interior design elements in their homes as a way to feel more in touch with the earth and their roots.
Amy Sklar from Sklar Design explains that the time for simple, monochromatic kitchens is over… Now is the time to take a chance and risk ongoing for bolder kitchen design, whether that’s with bolder color choices or graphic tiles.
#4 BOHO STYLE WITH A TWIST
An interior designer and co-founder of Dekar Design Studio, Dolores Suarez, thinks that the boho vibe is back but with a vintage modern twist and curved lines. Layering and patterned fabrics are something that we will see again, but this time in a cleaner and brighter version combined with curved furnishings and softer lines furniture pieces. A nice way to combine the modern and vintage style!
#1 TERRAZZO TILE
Amy Sklar thinks that we might say goodbye to the classic terrazzo tile!
#2 NATURAL FIBER ART
The interior designer from Sklar Design Studio also thinks that one trend that needs to take a rest in 2019 is fiber art, especially in the bedroom decor.
#3 BLEND ROOMS WITHOUT COLOR OR TEXTURE
Speaking of bedroom decor, the interior designer from Dekar Design believes that the time for a boring interior design must come to an end! “Mixing of styles is what’s coming in now, so not having everything be one note of mid-century modern with all the same wood color and style is key”, says Dolores.
#4 ROSE GOLD MADNESS
“Rose gold has overstayed its welcome and I think it’ll be all but gone by 2019. It’s such a specific look and doesn’t integrate as seamlessly as polished nickel or antique brass”, explains Corey Damen of Corey Damen Jenkins & Associates!