4 Home Design Trends to Watch Out for in 2019

Having a house that looks current can make you feel better about your home and give you something to show to your guests. Check out this handy-dandy list of some of the latest trends in home decor that 2019 has to offer.

Natural Materials

If 2018 emphasized tech and metal, then 2019 is doing an about-face. This year is emphasizing natural materials, such as stone and wood, and the decor is focusing more on our relationship with nature. Plant life is a focus, and plenty of daylight illuminates spaces for a natural aesthetic. Eclecticism that becomes overdone is on the decline, even if it is still somewhat present in some interiors. Functionality is also taking center stage, with spaces that are paired down so that the lines are cleaner.

Open Concept

If you’ve always loved open-concept design, feel comfortable in the knowledge that this floor plan isn’t going away. An open plan is ideal for entertaining guests and hosting parties. This type of design also makes rooms feel spacious and comfortable for you and your family on a regular Tuesday night. You can spend time with your family when you’re prepping food in the kitchen and they’re in the living space when you have an open concept ground floor. So, if you’re looking at real estate or planning a remodel, consider this type of floor plan.

Statement Furnishings

Many of the furnishings of 2019 come in bold colors, such as purple or green, and they’re made with luxurious materials. If you’re not ready to have an entire couch upholstered in velvet, you can still incorporate the trend into your living room or bedroom by having a single chair or even just a few throw pillows made of the material. These statement pieces look stunning against a background of contrasting color.

Copper and Brass

Brushed nickel accents had their moment, but now the trend is turning toward the warm hues of copper and brass. You can use these metals for your kitchen pulls and knobs, or pick up a few decorative objects for the living room or kitchen. A coal scuttle by the fireplace is the perfect place to add some brass. If you want to bring these materials into the kitchen even more, you can also include hammered metal sinks.

Trends come and go, but you can change objects and design a little bit at a time to have a house that always looks up-to-date.

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