These latest trends for 2019 will ensure your home is up to date all year long, from colour palettes to those finishing touches.
We spend a lot of time in our homes, it is where we go to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, so it is important we feel relaxed and happy and interior design can have a big impact on this. Once thing you can do is explore the latest trends and make some simple changes to bring your home into 2019, just remember to also keep it safe and secure with chill.ie/home-insurance
It’s good news, there are plenty of statement colours to choose from to bring your home to life, but make sure you add a neutral shade to compliment them. Here’s the list:
- Green – think emerald for kitchens and bathrooms, or soft furnishings. For living rooms or bedrooms, try a lighter pastel shade to create a more calming atmosphere.
- Pink – quiet simply light pink shades are in and can make a room pop when accompanied by gold accessories.
- Mustard Yellow – towards the end of 2018, we saw this colour make an appearance along with dark blue, and it appears it is here to stay.
Watch Your Step
Flooring can really bring a room to life and whilst it is nice to invest in something new, apparently one key trend this year will be updating that tired flooring. Pinterest recently released data on upcoming trends based on searches made on the channel, and it appears the term ‘painted floor tiles’ is up 1,276%, indicating more of us are looking to update rather than replace.
Some other flooring trends to look out for are, parquet flooring, and concrete flooring in bathrooms.
Bring Your Walls To Life
In 2019 we will see more vertical gardens, this is where there wall from floor to ceiling is covered in greenery. This trend is especially popular amongst those without a garden, and it’s a step up from in house plants.
That is right keep your head up when walking round as the painted ceiling is in. White ceilings are outdated; apparently, in 2019 we should start to see patterned ceilings from bold colours to geometric patterns.
The Finishing Touches
Taking it back to the 1960/70’s we will start to see curved sofas and round coffee tables come back in, along with scalloped and scaled textures.
Suede will also remain a solid texture for soft furnishings as we saw this enter the lists towards the end of 2018 – so don’t worry if you’ve invested in a suede sofa it’s good for another year!
If suede isn’t for you then don’t panic patterned cushions are in from geometric styles to Navajo.
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D & B