A trio of Interior Design Trends for 2019
Interior design trends for 2019 are everywhere. We picked three of our favorites to highlight.
#1 – Expanded idea of Sustainability
Natural materials like bamboo, jute, rattan and linen continue to grow (pun intended) in popularity and well-deserved respectability. In addition, designers are leaning toward elements that stand the test of time both in quality and style.
Similarly, in line with sustainable living, the idea of investing in key, standout pieces that will last the test of time, be it decoratively or simply for quality, is an approach we can definitely get behind.
For decades, Carolyn Kinder International has focused on timeless, trendless, well-traveled designs. While we introduce new products to our line each season, many of our designs have been in our line for a decade or more and continue to top the list of top sellers each year. View recent post on Interior Designs that Stand the Test of Time.
#2 – Simple, Matte Black for drama
In a recent article in House Beautiful, trending forecaster WGSN noted that black, and more specifically matte black, will be a hot color choice in 2019.
“We’ve seen matte black across the fashion and beauty world, but for 2019 look to see matte black across interiors and homewares, too,” say the team at WGSN. “From the residential to commercial market, expect to see bold, refined designs that create a sense of drama. It’s quite an about-turn from the ubiquitous millennial pink.”WGSN, Trending Forecaster
Cool jewel tones like teal will also be a hot color this year.
#3 – Use of Metal as art
ElleDecor.com noted that a more interesting use of metals and finishes will trend in 2019.
“Metals will be used in more interesting ways and will be more popular than ever, but no more rose gold. Whether it’s gold, brass or blackened metals, they will be used in a lacy or massed ways. They will definitely be more interesting and designed in a more sculptural-based manner than in the past. There’s a strong push towards art as function.” — Joy Moyler, interior DesignerJoy Moyler, Interior Designer
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