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Home Design Trend 2019: What’s In & What’s Out

Updated on February 22, 2019
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Shuvam has an acute interest in home decor and interior designing.

With a change in the calendar, it’s time to leap towards new trends, vibes, and interior editorial for your home that are on the rise. Wave goodbye to old shades and furniture segments that are looking completely out of place. Whilst “trends” change and evolve, some are apt for years rather than merely a season, but some may get outdated within the first spring of the year.

When it comes to creating a perfect home, every artistic individual looks for the right furniture and colour that can reflect the vibes of the homeowners. Collecting and picking right pieces – either customized or readily available, can elevate your entire home aesthetic. To help you understand the best trends to watch out for in 2019 here’s a simple and easy article. From peachy coloured to unique handmade pieces, there is everything to keep on your radar in this year.

What’s In!

Velvet Furniture

Believe it or not, velvet has always been considered as old fashion and stuffy, but this traditional style trend has made it to the popular trends of the 2019’s. We have not even reached halfway through the calendar, but the fabric has already gained a lot of attention and is observed as luxurious yet funky. Velvet sofas and furniture items are always thrones of Instagram. Velvet also provides a royalty to the traditional and ancient house as the fabric is sparkling and shine the particles and fixtures.

Like velvet, a sudden shift has been observed in the decoration and fixture like lighting. Fixtures personalize your house and intensify its interiors. Such elements cooperate to provide a natural look. Handicrafts like decorative arts and furniture will be more popular this year. These type of elements present detail and brighten the ambience with even the regular accessories.

Shades of Nature

Walking away from the tech-obsessed decoration that dominated the 2018 design trends, 2019 is quite different. It has moved towards fresh, natural elements such as stone, copper, pavement, and granite. These elements will help bring an organic and peaceful ambience to any space while revealing the world around your home. So observe some ideas on how to add natural elements to your urban abode and make your home look more serene yet polished. A touch of nature will help in maintaining the tranquillity of your home. Handmade details can immediately modify an interior. This year you’ll see regular patterns and imperfect lines incorporated through hand-painting, sewing and detailing, increasing the possibilities for endless mixing and matching in the home. Additionally, materials and accents with strands of crystal, wooden, and pearlescent stones present a modern flair for an artful feature.

Peachy and Warm Whites

Grey is still a hit, but peach or pink is the new neutral, which has inscribed into trends. Moody new shades such as sulking blush pink or peach are a major hit. Any shade of orange from blush pink to pastel peach is going to be a hit in 2019. Warmer whites and beige is also growing more popular because the colours present a bit of saturation contrast and furnish warmth to the room.

Multifunctional Furniture

Everyone wants to simplify their home and interiors, and multifunctional furniture can help in managing it. It creates more area in the little space, and at the same time, the items can be used for multiple purposes like a sofa and a bookshelf. It takes less space and changes the look of the room. A spacious home, if perfectly arranged can look bigger.

What’s out!

Rustic Gold

The rustic gold and brass trend seem to be leaning towards a modern twist, as cutesy barn doors have taken a back seat, to a more modern version highlighting more of metal or warm instead of reclaimed barn wood.

Mixed Material Kitchen

The mixed material kitchens were all over 2018 wish lists but as the year changed, modular designed kitchens are taking the place. No doubt, that mixing the finishes do provide much more electric aesthetic but handmade or custom pieces rightly coordinated looks more creative. Hence, it is growing more in the notice of the people and getting popular this year.

Statement Art

2018 was all about statement art and about curating look for the walls and not piling everything that may work together in one place. In 2019, the fashion leapt towards geometric patterns, which are overscaled and asymmetrical.


Bright violet was seen everywhere last year. Whether it’s the colour of the walls or furniture. It was the front-runner, in terms of either the trend or look. As the year changed, the colour preference of people has also changed, and now the focus has shifted to blush peachy colour that is more calming and comforting.

Funds for improving or redecorating a house are often a need. For all those people who wish to settle with new trends but couldn’t afford can opt for homeowner loans. Or else, you can always choose to go with your savings. Explore the local markets for fabrics, décor pieces, cushions and all other accessories. The internet is full of ideas for DIYs. In this way, you can easily create the designs that you need without spending much.

This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

© 2019 Shuvam Samal


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