The new year is approaching quicker than any of us are ready for and with it comes a whole new batch of exciting interior design possibilities. 2019 will be the year of experimentation so don’t be afraid to put a splash of your personality into any space that’s yours. Here are some ideas already trending for the new year.
Go with Green
Everyone is excited about green for 2019. Not in your face, as bright as the grass, emerald green, but a subtle dark nightwatch green. This is an ideal color for changing up your kitchen. Whether you add some to complement your work tops or use in your kitchen accessories, it’s sure to bring new love into a space that’s used so often. Imagine a dark green rug laying across your black marble floor. It’s enough to make you want to get up and change things right now.
Yes, glass is back in. Once upon a time we became sick of our glass coffee tables and tv stands, setting them aside in favor of solid oak. However, you shouldn’t think of glass as you already know it. Designer, Patricia Urquiola, has come up with a way of presenting glass in a different way when it comes to furniture. Imagine a glass coffee table, but the glass is imperfect, with veins running through it in a similar way to marble. It adds a whole new dimension to any room you use it in.
No 2019 home will be complete without a ton of gadgets that make life ten times easier. Whether you’re shouting at Alexa to play your favorite music or using your phone to turn on the air conditioning, life at home in 2019 will be a whole lot more convenient. Even if you want to call someone for central air repair, you shouldn’t have to move off the sofa. Gadgets may not be furnishings or decoration, but they will become part of our future interior design.
As we roll into 2019, we begin to need different things from our furniture. Life is busy and ever evolving and we need the same from our furniture. A chair that pulls out into a sofa when you have guests. A sofa that turns into a luxurious bed when someone needs a place to sleep. Bulky items that can also be neatly stored away. It’s all been on the wish list up until now. However, some top interior designers have been working on solving these problems and multi-functional furniture is no longer a thing of dreams!
Who says your ceiling has to remain plain and boring? Why not make your ceiling a feature of the room? Go for bold patterns and colors and match your room accessories. It’s not since 1920 that statement ceilings have been such a big deal, so embrace the change and personalize your ceiling to your heart’s content.
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