2019 Home Design Trends

2019 Home Design Trends

Wednesday Jan 16th, 2019


Home Design Trends for 2019


Oh the joys of the new year. January 1st has become our opportunity for a reboot and it’s an opportunity to leave behind what’s bad and embrace what’s new and good. When deciding what to overhaul in 2019, don’t overlook the benefits of refreshing your home! For all you decor lovers out there, we compiled a list of the home trends that are in and out this year.

"When a space has too many things going on–to the point where you can barely utilize a surface area for function–it creates chaos. We love eclecticism, and you'll see it in a lot of our designs, but what we don't love, and hope to bid farewell to, is eclecticism on steroids. The inability to use design for function is one of the biggest caveats we see with this aesthetic. Everything you invest in should have purpose, and we see 2019 shaping out to be a year of reduction and purpose in the items used to style, so say goodbye to eclectic clutter!"—Becky Shea of Becky Shea

IN: 90% WHITE, 10% COLOR
"There was a moment while I was watching the Spring/Summer Louis Vuitton show by Virgil Abloh that I though...'THIS is it!' I was inspired by how the collection was built on a foundation of white, but gently unfolded to embrace confident hues with bracing edge. The look was fresh, bold, and youthful. For recent project, I created a bedroom for a young lady that incorporated this trend. Tempered by neutral layers and tons of texture, it's a design that reflects this "of the moment" color recipe while staying true to the personality of the client." - Jon Call of Mr. Call Designs

"I love brass metal details, but it’s overkill when a room is furnished with brass-accented case goods and upholstery pieces. For example, if the chairs have a brass frame, the sofa has a brass base, the dining table has brass pedestals, and the credenza has brass sabots and pulls, well then, that’s just too much." — Keita Turner of Keita Turner Design

"Colors I see in for 2019 are blush, dusty pink and bronze. Warm colours and feminine tones for on the walls and dashes of soft pinks to break up expanses of taupe or neutrals will instantly update a tired room."—Katharine Pooley of Katharine Pooley London

"Warmth in the kitchen is no longer achieved with this traditional go-to finish. Painted cabinets in deep blues, grays and black are dominating both modern and traditional kitchen designs." — Kesha Franklin of Halden Interiors

"Simple, monochromatic kitchens have had a good long run, so we will be gravitating toward making a little more impact in their kitchens, whether that's with bolder color choices or graphic tiles. Either way, I predict we will be seeing more pop and punch in kitchens!" — Amy Sklar of Sklar Design

"Rose gold has overstayed its welcome and I think it'll be 

all but gone by 2019. It's such a specific look and doesn't integrate as seamlessly as polished nickel or antique brass." — Corey Damen Jenkins of Corey Damen Jenkins & Associates

"Warmer and/or darker countertops in kitchens. Marble will still be a classic choice, but we'll see more darker tones and warmer-based stones instead of stark whites and greys." — Erin Gates of Erin Gates Design

"Dramatic-colored or wallpapered accent walls are no longer the focal point of interiors. Single-colored walls are making a much bigger impact by creating a balanced backdrop for furnishings and decor." — Kesha Franklin of Halden Interiors

"Light-colored floors are making a comeback, thanks to the homeowner's growing desire for a more airy and open look and feel. In shades of birch, beachy white and light oak, these floors reflect more light, and can transition from casual to luxurious, without sacrificing comfort."— Kesha Franklin of Halden Interiors


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