Home Decor. Saturday , November 30th , 2019 - 23:07:18 PM
Though muted colors can help you avoid making spaces feel overwhelming and visually heavy, our interior designers believe that 2019 will be a year where bolder colors are preferred. Richer hues throughout your home can make your more muted and natural-hued furnishings and decorative elements instantly pop and feel anew. Lookout for dramatic reds, statement pinks, bold yellows, and lush greens. 2019 is setting up to be a year where we say goodbye to stainless steel, chrome, and polished nickel, and welcome brass accents back into our homes. Brass is a surprisingly warm and subtle alternative to the expected steel accents and will be sure to add an everyday sense of elegance to even the simplest of spaces.
In 2018, the solution to every design problem seemed to be the same: Make it white! Countertops were no exception. No matter what the material, everyone insisted on choosing lighter-hued counters in kitchens and bathrooms. But that might change now. Design analysts predict that dark countertops will come back in style for 2019.
Stepping away from the tech-obsessed decor trends that we saw dominate the 2018 design trends, 2019 move towards fresh, natural materials such as stone, copper, concrete, and granite. These elements will help bring an organic and serene ambiance to any space while reflecting the world around your home. Get some ideas on how to add natural elements to your urban abode here. Believe it or not, velvet was seen as old fashion and stuffy, and it’s now viewed as a luxurious and comforting fabrication. This multi-dimensional fabric has already started gaining a lot of attention, leading scores of interior designers to gravitate towards velvet decor as it will be one of 2019’s most sought-after interior design trends.
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