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2019 Interior Design Trends

Posted by Maggie Nguyen

2019 Interior Design Trends

The new year is here with new designs and trends coming our way. What better way to start off the year with an opportunity to redesign the home. Here are some of the top interior design trends predicted for 2019.

1. Floral Print

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Floral wallpapers and fabrics will be making a comeback this year and are the way to go for 2019. We will be seeing floral patterns in a new light. Try incorporating floral patterned wallpaper into your home. Floral fabrics on chairs or benches are also a good match.

2. Terrazzo

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The biggest interior design trend of 2019 is terrazzo. Terrazzo is a composite material consisting of chips of marble, quartz, granite, and glass to evoke a playful, confetti-like abstracted spirit. Use the terrazzo pattern for coffee tables, side tables, and tile floors. Terrazzo can bee seen covering everything from flooring to lamps to even shower curtains in print.

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3. Living Coral, Pantone’s Color of the Year

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For 20 years, Pantone’s Color of the Year has influenced product development and purchasing decisions in multiple industries, including fashion, home furnishings, and industrial design, as well as product, packaging, and graphic design. Living Coral was announced as the Color Of The Year for 2019. Beyond the accent wall, it is easy to infuse Living Coral into a space with accessories such as lampshades, wall art, pillows, and throws. You can even take this a step further by integrating a colorful area rug to give the room dimension from the ground up.

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4. Curvy Furniture

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Embrace a curvy design aesthetic. Rounded back chairs are a chic way to bring the curvy trend into your home. Hard lines are being traded in for softer curves. Today, the curved sofa and chair have maintained their elegance but added comfort.

5. Feminine Tones

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Colors in for 2019 are blush, dusty pink and bronze. Warm colors and feminine tones for on the walls and dashes of soft pinks will instantly update a tired room. Now, softer shades like rosy neutrals and muted blushes are being favored.

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