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10 Interior Designs That Will Be The Craze in 2019

Mark Carr, Jeff Cleaver, Cindy Yanushonis

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1. Artisanal accessories

Handcrafted artisan looking furniture will be right at home in 2019. It can be a handcrafted headboard, a unique chair, or custom made-framed mirror. A few artisanal pieces will keep the room interesting without having to commit the whole space to the look. This year's home design will be for the craftsperson.

2. Warm neutrals

Rooms have been covered in icy, cool grays for a long time now. But in 2019, the colors are warming up the neutral cool look. Now look to give your home warmer neutral colors that will give your happy place a more elegant feel. 

3. All shades of pink

Bring on all the pink. This flowery hue is still in the now, but get ready for a bolder raspberry-tones twist to make a statement. The daring shade will be right at home in prominent spots like your kitchen cabinets. The walls, on the other hand, will pop the most with the more peachy tones of pink. These shades will pair well with mustard, orange, or even dark green.

4. Tweed time

Look at tweed as the textural cure to the moody velvets that have been trendy for the last few years. Prepare for the stardom of tweed, tightly woven wool that shares velvets impact but isn't quite as extra. Tweed also pairs well with velvet and other fabrics.

5. Terrazzo

Terrazzo is made from a mix of glass, granite, marble, or quartz chips suspended in a polished cement or resin. Once the de facto flooring selection for schools, hospitals, and airports because of its durability and affordability. But nowadays terrazzo has resurfaced as a retro-luxe choice, showing up in all rooms of the house. Large patterns in all shades give a retro-fresh feel to coffee tables, shower walls, and much more. 

6. Contrasting tile and colored grout

Intricate tiles such as Moroccan, herringbone, and other geometrics have already made a strong appearance in the home to take the place of white subway tiles. But prepare for even more fascinating looks to make their way into the home in 2019. Colored grout and contrasting tile on the walls and floor will be a big hit.

7. Black kitchens

Move over all white kitchens, it's time to make way for some color. Black kitchens are especially proving to be popular. This look will give your kitchen a sleek, rich feel and modern ambiance.

8. Curvy furniture

Let's bring back the intimacy, it's easy with today's hectic schedules, plus nonstop technology to exclude the simple act of sitting down and talking to others. So, now we're seeing sofas, settees, and chairs adding some curves to bring us together. Curved sofas and chairs will bring elegance to your home, but still maintain comfort.

9. A new crop of florals

Spring and fall fashion runways can dictate the trends that appear in home decor. This is the year of florals, so get ready. These aren't the dated floral prints that your grandma has in the house. Today's blooms are bigger, bolder, and even abstract, offering a larger than life interpretation of a flower. If you are ready for a hiatus from chevron, trellis, and geometric patterns, this might be the look for you.

10. Dog showers

Why not show love to dogs, they are family. Expect 2019 to go to the dogs by adding a dog shower. It doesn't require a lot of space, so there is multiple areas within your home you may be able to install one. Imagine being able to walk your dog into a wet place and clean them up quickly and easily. Don't forget your dog in 2019. Give those cute furry family members a shower to keep them squeaky clean.

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