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Home Decor Trends of 2019

As the world keeps spinning and the years keep turning, home decor trends continue to evolve and grow with the ebb and flow of time. The home decor trends of 2019 are no exception to this rule, and they’re bound to be even more stylish and relevant than last year. 

So pour a cup of tea, find a comfy couch, and let’s delve into the new, most popular home decor trends of 2019.


Millennial Pink

A massive hit in 2018, this trendy hue is getting a lot of attention again thanks to its delightfully modern feel and is set to be a definite home decor trend of 2019. This pink shade has already made its way into home decor and fashion - but for 2019, get prepared to incorporate this hue in creative and unique ways as it’s an easy way to update any space with decorative accents, fabrications, and wall coverings. 

Splashes of the dusty hue have already cropped up all over the market from upholstery to drapery, and rugs! It shouldn't come as much of a surprise, after all, pink has long been thought to have a relaxing effect, and many designers adore the light shade of the hue for the flattering glow it casts. 


Natural Materials

Stepping away from the tech-obsessed decor trends that we saw dominate in 2018, the home decor trends of 2019 represent a 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. 

Tables made from petrified wood, pendants woven with branches, and stools covered in coconut shell beads are just a few examples of how this new home decor trend of 2019 is making an impressive splash. 

Backs of chairs can be covered in a pattern meant to mimic the look of a field of wheat, or you can use a particular type of weed called lampakanay to give an organic look to mirrors and furniture. The possibilities are as vast as nature’s diversity.


Metallic Accents

Another home decor trend in 2019 we’re likely to see is the incorporation of metal finishes in interior spaces. This inspired touch can be applied, for instance, to allow hardware such as faucets and light fixtures to match pieces of furniture like barstools. Nickel faucets could pair with satin brass knobs on cabinetry or vice versa. Either way, it’s poised to make your home look extremely awesome.

Yet another application of this home decor trend of 2019 we’re likely to see is an infusion of copper accents. With it’s red and orange tones and overall earthy hue, copper offers a much-needed breath of fresh air for this new year.


Rich Colour Palettes

Though muted colours can help you avoid making spaces feel overwhelming and visually heavy, many interior designers believe that one home decor trend of 2019 will be bolder colours utilized throughout interior spaces. Richer hues throughout your home can make any muted and natural-hued furnishings and decorative elements instantly pop and feel brand new. You definitely want to be on the lookout for dramatic reds, statement pinks, bold yellows, and lush greens.

In fact, more and more we're seeing a wave of personalized, rich colour designs that feel uniquely collected - and blend seamlessly with living spaces in the home. If you’re thinking vintage rugs, open or glass cabinets with cookbooks, collected dishwares and other pieces from travel, then you’re right in line with the current and projected home decor trends of 2019.


Summing up the Home Decor Trends of 2019

Colour that pops definitely seems to be a big style this year. What’s great about this is that these vibrant colours can be used along with other popular trends like metal accents and natural materials. Truly, it appears as though 2019 is set to be an interesting year for home decor lovers everywhere.


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