6 Interior Design Trends That Are So Over in 2019
2019 is well on its way and we want to help you stay up to date with the trendiest interior designs, that will keep your home hip this year. Design trends are tricky, some come and go quickly and others live on forever.
Here are 6 interior designs that the experts say are ready to get out of your house in 2019.
6. Gallery Walls
20 -piece photo collages on your walls have come to an end. Instead, have a bigger impact with one large photo that wows your guests. A wall full of small photos gets overlooked and fails to make an impression. This year do away with the clutter and make room for the big, impactful art.
5. Industrial Kitchens
The time for cage lights, exposed pipes, and exposed beams in the kitchen is up. Industrial kitchen looks are not the warmest or most inviting for the heart of your home. Make the switch to lush, opulent hues in the kitchen such as deep greens and blues with dark woodwork.
4. Boho Accessories
The macrame wall hangings, the waxy-fake succulents, and Moroccan lanterns made a good run, but their time is up. If you can’t bring yourself to get rid of the gypsy soul vibe we suggest getting an authentic piece that reflects ethnic tradition, such as a kilim rug, and continue building your room around that.
3. Wood Art
Even if you can live, laugh, and love with the best of them, it’s time to take those words off the wall. All the text art hung in the home that’s meant to be positive just feels a little cluttered.
2. Gray Everything
Neutral colors have been the go-to for so long they have started to feel tired out. 2019 is set to be all about the warmer tones - think sandy colors. Designers are moving away from the dull palette, and into colors that give the room a relaxing feel without boring your guests.
We know Game of Thrones makes you feel like heading to the nearest Hobby Lobby and picking up a white fur throw. Stop now. Organic textures have overthrown the fur trend of 2018. Consider items that give you a home-made feel. This can be anything from a hand-sewn quilt to wicker-lounge chairs.