New year, new style.
With the coming of a new year comes the opportunity to change things up a little bit in your home and explore some of the current interior decorating trends. We've rounded up the top trend predictions for 2019 here for you - and even linked some perfect products! Make sure to drop by to have a look around our showroom - it's just filled with inspiration, and our in-house design team is always ready to help bring your vision to life!
Velvet has been making a comeback in the last year and will hit its peak in 2019. It’s luxurious, yet funky. A great way to add some texture and a multi-dimensional look. Try a velvet sofa or accent chair to add some wow to your space.
Rich, bold colors
Bold indigo. Hunter green. Deep red. Get ready to create some drama. This trend goes perfectly with velvet coverings or any fabric, adding richness to fabrics to make your décor pop! In fact, PPG has named “Night Watch”, a rich, luxurious classic shade of green, their 2019 Colour of the Year.
Black and White
A timeless trend, 2019 is no exception. The visual contrast of black and white décor provides a sense of balance and boldness to your space.
Expect to see more geometric patterns on backsplashes, wallpaper, and fabrics in 2019 – particularly bold oversized patterns that will help you make a statement. This is a perfect element to incorporate in your kitchen or bathroom renovation, or even with some simple toss cushions.
There’s a move away from straight rigid lines, instead embracing curves this year. Make sure to look at curved tub chairs and curved sofas for a new look for your living space.
In 2019, a key part of interior design and furniture purchasing will also be asking “What types of materials are used in this item? What does this company stand for?” That’s why we have a huge selection of pieces that feature eco-friendly elements, like certified sustainable kiln-dried frames, eco-friendly foams and gels made from soy and regenerated fibres, recycled metal frames, water-based glues, and natural and recycled fibre fabrics such as cotton, linen, and wool.
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