Interior design trends keep on shifting from time to time, and this upcoming year 2019 is expected to be proved as a landmark for designing industry. Minimalism is expected to fade away and a clear comeback of colours and lights could be seen. Let’s have a look over the fantastic interior design trends that you must keep an eye on. You can easily implement remodelling ideas and completely transform your living place.
5 best interior design trends for 2019
- Rush to Plush:
We could see a return on plush furniture. People today are moving for rich chairs or plush sofas. They come in rounded shapes with over stuffing on their bodies which scream relaxation and comfort while describing luxury. Plush and large pillows are being used with plush seats and could also be put over your existing sofas or chairs to enhance the luxuriousness of your place without any considerable replacement. With the comeback of Ottoman, we cannot think of the classic leather covers, rather we could see soft velvet materials to make their appearance.
- The wallpaper return: Recently a huge return of the concept of wallpaper could be observed and this trend is expected to be continued in 2019. Wallpapers are now much more interesting than they were earlier as they were considered as an alternative to paint for long. Now the dimensional fabrics have changed the game entirely by opening a new field for the welcome of wallpapers.
Wallpapers are often more dramatic with pattern options that can range from demure and could be understated regal in many cases. Wallpapers are an excellent way of enhancing the personality of a room and could fit up will all sorts of aesthetics. You can find everything in wallpapers like metallic effects, botanical patterns or geometrical shapes.
- Spa bathroom:
Spas are becoming familiar these days as most of the people are inviting spas to their bathrooms to make them conducive for relaxation. Bath salts and bubbly foot baths are now being discarded and house renovation is done to incorporate large stands and hot tubs in shower places. Marble and granite are being increasingly used in bathrooms and continue to set in 2019. A return to natural instincts can be noticed in all most every interior design, then why should bathrooms be left behind!
- Patterned plants: Using patterned plants in home decor is the newest trend these days. Such plants are of unusual patterns and vibrant colours which are definitely better than little green bushes at the corner. Something like plants with dark green leaves or vivid white veins are a great way of grasping attention.Plants are to be used of terracotta as they break up the hardwood backgrounds. Some great examples of patterned plants include watermelon peperomia, red aglaonema and calatheas etc. But make sure that when you add patterned plants in your home decor, many of them could be tropical species, so read all the instructions carefully to make them last for long.
- Colour hints:
Instead of using one or complementary colours to decorate your room, the newest trend has shifted towards adding small flashes or hints of colour everywhere. It depends on the personality and variety of space. You can bring out a new look of your living area with such house renovation using a relatively less amount of money. For example terrazzo resurgence can add an earthy, vibrant tone to your neutral or dark room. It is very popular and in a great demand now.
- Upholstery and floor patterns: They are also becoming popular remodelling ideas. Drop down the traditional creamy white carpet patterns and change them to some interesting coloured pattern instead. If you have an exciting palette of colours in your accent pillows, furniture, walls and flooring, it would be great to add some more colours to it which could truly pop out in your room. Make use of brown glass which contains a unique white swirl instead of using a clear white glass.
- Varying and unique patterns of marbles:The reason behind its popularity is that it looks like a combination of natural and some different item. It is a vibrant alternative to cream, beige or grey tiles on the countertop, floor or walls. You could earn extra points for using recycled wood or marble in your home design. Recycled stone and rock can create distinct and random patterns on your floor without any wastage. And it not just limited to flooring. Many manufacturers are using recycled ceramics, stones and other materials for creating furniture’s and light diffusers which could give your home a design without paying for any commissioned artwork.
The best part of this trend is that this look can be achieved by adding up a few accessories like personal possessions or throw pillows. The look can be further completed by changing the window treatments and breaking up the monotonous colour patterns.