THE TOP 5 BEST INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS OF 2019

THE TOP 5 BEST INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS OF 2019

With each new year comes a slew of covetable home decor trends that are worth giving a go, but how do you bring the best ones into your home with confidence and ease? To help inspire your creativity so you can stylishly update your home with the best interior design trends of 2019, we turned to design firm Decor Aid to help sort out what is worth giving a go, so you can start from a highly edited list of go-to trends.

SECTION THE SPACE

If you’re lucky enough to have an extra large common space combining your kitchen, living room, and dining room, use the ample square footage to your advantage by creating smaller vignettes within the area. This will work to break up the space while giving you intimate nooks to entertain in. Master the look by keeping everything at a similar height and in tonal colors for consistency and to not overwhelm the eye. 

NESTING TABLES

Nesting tables make for a delightful way to open up extra space in any room when needed. And with so many interesting and unique styles and silhouettes to choose from, there’s plenty of affordable options that’ll let you easily add a sense of personality in a small dose throughout your home. Even better when they are glass topped as they won’t block the view and light underneath.  

ONE-OF-A-KIND CONSOLE TABLES

Add a sense of unique character in your foyer and living room with wonderfully complex, abstract console tables that’ll work as instant, mesmerizing conversation-starters to boot. The more interesting the better as you can also use them as a design direction to elevate a room in your home while boasting practicality and a one of a kind feel.  

CUT OUT THE COUCH

Just because it’s a common room meant for entertaining doesn’t mean that it has to have a couch. In fact, to the contrary, many of the latest design shows across the globe skipped out on couches completely. Instead, think about unique alternatives that’ll make your living room stand out while still boasting plenty of seating for a parlor-like effect. Just think of how different and closed off the living room pictured above would feel if it had a traditional sofa in place instead of that alluring tufted bench. The key here is that the interior designer went for consistency by symmetrically placing matching chairs side by side so the total look doesn’t read as random.

VELVET UPHOLSTERY

Velvet has been making a splash in the interior design world over the past few years and its popularity shows no signs of waning. Best of all, this sumptuous and sturdy fabrication looks great in both dark and light colors alike, and it pairs well with just about design style, from the minimal to the maximal. To get the trend right, opt for classic and simple silhouettes and skip out on patterned velvet as it is simply too rich of a material to see printed on a daily basis and will read as too busy in the long run.

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