5 Residential Design Trends for 2019

In 2018 it was all about Rose gold, subway tiles and exposed lighting. But, with a new year comes a new chapter filled with invigorated decorating trends. Stylish, timeless pieces and fresh takes on old styles become the focal point this year. Needless to say, 2019 will showcase some fantastic home design trends.

Here’s a few to keep an eye out for and perhaps even incorporate into your own home sweet home.

Artisanal Fixtures:

Fixtures are going bespoke. Hand-crafted, artisan made pieces will featured boldly in this year’s design mix. Shying away from the mass-produced, interior designers are switching to small-scale designs by local artists and small businesses. This is a fantastic way to personalize a home and make it truly one of a kind. It also helps shift the focus from our tech-driven world back to a more natural aesthetic.

Natural elements:

Keeping with the natural theme, while veering away from the tech-obsessed decor that we saw overtake the 2018 design scene, 2019 maneuvers towards fresh, natural materials such as stone, copper, concrete, and granite. These elements create an organic and serene ambiance in any space while also reflecting the world surrounding your home. Here are some easy ideas to add a little more nature to your abode.

Velvet Furnishings:

The once funky fabric is once again very much in Vogue. A soft, luxurious, multi-dimensional material, velvet is making its comeback in big ways this year. Leading interior designers are already predicting this could be the sought-after trend of 2019. Get a little velvet inspiration here.

Floral Patterns:

Although this isn’t a new trend per se, 2019 will reveal floral patterns in an entirely new light. Expect to find exaggerated proportions and contrasting colors palettes when it comes to this timeless decor pattern.

Copper Accents:

Rose gold took the cake as 2018’s most used decor trend, however 2019 should boast more copper accents, along with a mix of other metals. With it’s raw red and orange tones and overall earthy hues, copper is a welcomed change of scenery. Here’s a helpful guide to help you navigate the world of accent metals.



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