These Are the Biggest Interior Trends in 2019, According to Industry Experts

The Biggest Interior Trends in 2019, According to Industry Experts

Lydia Lohshini by Lydia Lohshini on Jan 26, 2019
Why you should care

The easiest way to spruce up your home in the new year is by embracing some of the latest interior designs trends. Industry experts have predicted that these trends are here to stay all year, and maybe even long after. From graffiti inspired art to bright coral chairs, we’ve got you covered.

Our homes are a reflection of ourselves, so as we delve into the new year new me phase, doesn’t our personal space deserve a new year boost too? The easiest way to spruce up your home is to get on track with the hottest interior design trends right now.

Embrace these stunning new home interior styles that will surely give your space the update it needs.

1Ornate Walls

If you want your home to have more appeal and character, what better way to express yourself than with statement walls? Forget about singular muted hues, think patterns, contrasting colours, murals, and even wallpaper. Ornate walls have a way of making a simple, muted space come to life.

A budget friendly option to achieve this trend is by purchasing large artwork that will take centre stage in the room.

2 Street Art Style

This may be a hard one to believe but some industry experts believe that with the rise in industrial inspired spaces, millennial homeowners will be including street art themed décor into their homes. Blending graffiti and murals into the home is a way to make things more exciting and appealing.

3 Updated Fixtures

Industry insiders say that homeowners are now purchasing trendy bathroom fixtures and are steering away from white and silver products. From matte black faucets, to bronze showerheads and blue sinks, colour is back in style. We love how changing the colour of your bathroom fixtures can give your plain white bathroom an instant upgrade.

Mandi BP

SOURCE: amazon.co.uk

4 Multifunctional Spaces

With real estate taking on the “less is more “attitude, homeowners are left with no choice but to make multifunctional spaces a trend again. We’re seeing modernised versions of murphy beds and foldable tables that give you to have more space to manoeuvre when the room is not in use.

5 Copying Coral

pantone 2019

SOURCE: livforinteriors.co.uk

With Pantone’s 2019 colour of the year being a bold and vivid hue of coral, homeowners are trying their best to incorporate the tone into their homes to keep up with the colour trend. The colour that is bright and fun can easily turn a neutral space into a lively living space.

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Why you should care

The easiest way to spruce up your home in the new year is by embracing some of the latest interior designs trends. Industry experts have predicted that these trends are here to stay all year, and maybe even long after. From graffiti inspired art to bright coral chairs, we’ve got you covered.

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