With a brand new twinkling year in tow it’s the perfect time to look to the interior trends 2019 has to offer. From rich tones to laid back neutrals, 2019 is set to be a year full of existing interior trends. Colour looks to be making a real splash with Pantone’s colour of the year predicted to be a vibrant shade of coral. Is 2019 the year we finally embrace some colour into our homes?
Huge news from the latter half of 2018 was the rising trend in Velvet, with it being the most searched for fabric by the discerning interior warriors out there. We are seeing an increased amount of luxury, rich tone velvets from peacock jewel tones to brights, think pillar box reds and canary yellow. Velvet can completely change a room and give an expensive, luxe feel to any space. The “Haresfield” Grande Sofa in the beautiful jewel green colour “Mallard” would be the perfect example.
In recent years the Boho vibe has been pushed a little to the background with the nation preferring a cleaner more minimal feel. May I introduce to you the new Bohemian interior trend for 2019!
Showrooms have highlighted the comeback in a big way. We are seeing a real mix of fabrics with the use of pom pom’s and fringing being big news. With clever layering of textures and natural finishing touches creating a whimsical feel. Patterns also play a huge part in creating the look. Designers have favoured geometric navajo prints in bold colours to create the lusted desert chic. For those of us who are green fingered and wish to add a touch of green add a cacti, or perhaps something with more form and structure? Make a statement with an aloe vera plant.
Sennen Chair in lundy linen & Muza print Lyme Regis Sofa & chair in Opium Velvet & Barcelona Velvet.
Alternatively “Modern Urban” living is something that many of us aspire to. It screams sophisticated city dweller. This trend encompasses smart living in terms of the use of space with clean lines and comfort to give a highly stylised environment. It has a softer, more inviting edge than the harder industrial look that was incredibly popular in recent years. Exposed brick, wood structures and steel can be seen, with soft beautiful accents with the use of rugs and comforting sofas such as the “Stourhead”.
Stourhead large sofa in Portland Burnt Orange.
Mid Century Modern
Mid century modern is most definitely a key look for the coming year. With low slung furniture, coffee tables with curved edges, upholstered pieces having straight edges. Functionality is of importance with an uncluttered form. Patterns for this trend are abstract and asymmetrical. Typically colours are dark with a brighter accent colour to lift the mood.
Finsbury sofa in Cameron Velvet Paprika
We all know your home should reflect your personality and there are no rules when it comes to colour and trends. Step outside your comfort zone and you do you! With so many exciting interior trends 2019 looks to be the year to experiment and have some interior fun.