27 Nov 2019 Design Trends: What’s in and what’s out?
With the new year fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about what interior design trends will be in, and what trends or styles we are going to see leave. We are going to see small décor touches, such as rose gold and chevron on their way out. The all-white look will also be on the decline. Instead, people are opting for more color and visual interest in their spaces. So what’s in?
Timeless Décor and Longevity
There’s been a shift towards people choosing a design that will stand the test of time. Whether it’s flooring, furniture, or décor, people want quality products that won’t need to be replaced often. By keeping core pieces timeless, it allows for small accents to be updated seasonally.
Inspiration for this look comes from the Scandinavian’s who prefer a light, natural wood look. Use this on chairs, furniture, and décor to get the look.
Curved furniture and décor will be popular in 2019, as we see couches, chairs, rugs, artwork, and mirrors sporting this look. In a room with straight lines and masculinity, curves will bring a softer look to your home.
Add a unique spin on visual interest by bringing a statement to your ceiling. Fun ideas include wooden beams, molding, patterned wallpaper, or paint. The sky’s the limit when it comes to design.
Darker Colored Kitchens
There will be a shift to darker kitchens, as we see less of the all-white look, and more color. People still crave a kitchen with bright, natural light, but we’re seeing darker colors on cabinetry and backsplashes for a dash of personality.