Whether you’re in the midst of a home renovation or you simply love refreshing your interior, keeping up on the latest interior design trends is fundamental. Luckily, Much Needed has analyzed leading design resources to come up with the top design and decor trends of 2019.
By looking at publications like HGTV, The Spruce, ELLE Decor, Houzz and much more, they were able to extract the most common trends in design. From what’s hot in kitchens and bathrooms to the rise in plants and natural materials, their infographic is a must-read for anyone who is interested in interior design.
We’ve extracted some of the main sections and have given our suggestions for how to incorporate these trends into your home. Read on for what’s hot in interior design in 2019 and click here for the full infographic.
Curious about what’s hot in home decor and interior design? Check out the latest trends and get inspired.
Kitchens & Bathrooms
People are getting adventurous in their kitchen, forgoing traditional white for black when it comes to cabinets and accents. Patterened backsplashes are also in fashion and when thinking of bathrooms, people are using large soaking tubs as a centerpiece.
Art Styles & Color Schemes
Searches for mustard yellow and jewel tones are on the rise as people seek out color schemes that will make their decor pop. Strategic use of wallpaper with bold patterns or prints is also a popular trend.
Artisanal & Handmade
People are looking to express their individuality by moving away from mass-produced items and seeking out handmade furniture and decor. Textile art and macramé are both seeing a strong resurgence as a unique way to bring some color to your walls.
Sustainability & Nature
The use of natural materials in interior design is on the rise, with more people than ever searching Pinterest for gardening. People are looking for ways to incorporate air purifying plants, introduce tropical plants into their home, and create vertical gardens to maximize indoor greenery.
See the full interior design infographic to see what’s trendy in home decor in 2019.