If you’re looking for ideas and inspiration to redecorate your home this year, you’ve come to the right place. Even the most beloved design elements can start to feel outdated after a while. If you want to spruce up your home decor, these seven home design trends for 2019 will offer something for every style.
Wood beams create a bold and rustic statement while enhancing the spatial hierarchy of the room. Exposed beams provide texture and contrast to seemingly modern spaces. This has been a growing trend over the last couple of years and doesn’t show signs of slowing down.
Quartz is a combination between natural stone and resin and in 2018 it was the number one selling countertop material following a 3 year decline in granite. The great thing about Quartz counter tops is that they’re practically maintenance free. Engineered quartz counter tops don’t need to be sealed like natural stone counter tops. Due to it’s non-porous surface, quartz counter tops are stain, acid, scratch, heat and impact resistant. Click here for more information on kitchen countertop options.
Glass and Steel Room Dividers
Glass and steel have been popular materials for showers, shower enclosures and front doors in recent years but it now seems to be expanding into living areas. It creates an open and inviting feel while allowing natural light to pass through.
Farmhouse Design Style
Farmhouse style decor has been a trend some time now. It’s warm, relaxing and full of character. This style needs to have a mix of old and new in order to keep it from looking like an area straight from the farm. Natural wood, apron sinks, wood beams, weathered finishes and sliding barn doors, makes for the perfect farmhouse decor.
Light fixtures add a unique and aesthetically pleasing character to interior spaces. Industrial lighting is an easy and exciting way to provide a modern look to interior decorating while also showing personality.
Full Wall Backsplash
Backsplashes have always been a main focal point in kitchens but home design professionals expect to see more full wall backsplashes. These seemingly endless walls stretch from the couter to the ceiling creating a clean, and open feel to the space.
Bold Paint Colors
Whites, lights and neutrals have been popular for many, many years. This year, there’s been a shift in traditional colors with more people turning to dramatic deeps as people have gradually become more comfortable experimenting with bolder colors.