2019 Home Interior Design Trends

Nov 2, 2018 10:16:09 AM / by Lauren Smyth

2019 will be here in no time and as the year changes, so do the design trends. This year has been full of natural wood tones with heavy doses of white, black and a sprinkle of gold. I have to say, the design trends of this past year have been some of my favorites and I don't think we'll see that neutral palette changing much but I do think there are going to be some new takes on these staples and potentially the addition of something a bit more bold. 
1. Matte Black - Ease your worries because matte black is here to stay. Plumbing fixtures, cabinet pulls, cabinet and millwork color, lighting and accents galore. It pairs well with everything and balances out an otherwise bright and airy palette. Add a little, add a lot, it just works.
2019 Interior Design Trends: Black and Marble Trend
Black Matte and Marble Trends
2. Raw Materials - Handmade is everything right now or even just the look of it being handmade. I'm seeing this a lot in tile, quartz, hardwood flooring, hardware and lighting. In the tile world this will be a knockout with varying finishes and colors from tile to tile in the same batch creating an authentic, aged look that looks great next to new polished finishes.
3. Texture Contrast - Speaking of handmade tiles next to new finishes, high contrasts and juxtapositions will also be a trend for design. Something "old" paired with something new. One of my favorite examples of this is a kitchen done by Taylor and Taylor I think this is such a great mix with the vintage table, green cabinets and handmade backsplash and floor tile. 
4. Green - Especially on cabinets. There are so many different shades that all look gorgeous on cabinetry. It pairs really well with wood tones, whites, grays, blacks and gold. 
2019 Interior Design Trends: Texture and Green Trend
Texture and Green Trends
 5. Marble - I have been seeing marble with dramatic veining everywhere and done for maximum wow factor. Whether it's carried down the side of a kitchen island, up on a backsplash in a full slab or done on floor and wall in bathrooms, this luxe finish is taking over for more subtle surfaces. I love this kitchen by Athena Calderone of Eyeswoon, the marble and the black in this space is absolutely gorgeous. 

Topics: Design

Lauren Smyth

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