2019 is set to be an exciting year in the world of interior design, with 80s vibes, travelling to the cosmos and saving the planet on the agenda. Check out our top five trends below.
After years of obsessing over mid-century modern décor, it’s time to hop into your time machine and fast forward to the 1980s, where Memphis design is all the rage.
Inspired by the designs of the rebellious Memphis and the Sottsass Associati group you will find Art Deco, Pop Art and 1950s kitsch making a statement with loud primary colours, eclectic prints and a whole host of 80s pop culture references.
It’s not for everybody, but you can’t say it’s boring!
In contrast to the loud and proud hues of Memphis design, more feminine tones are increasing in popularity, with Farrow and Ball most recently revealing its stunning muted rose colour ‘Sulking Room Pink’. Mix warm tones such as blush pinks, soft greys and bronze with cosy furnishings. Bliss!
It’s time to make a tribute to the night’s sky and reach for the stars with the most out of this world trend of 2019. Combine sophisticated zodiac patterns, star constellations and galaxy print with deep space blues, dazzling gold and sparkling silver to make this galactic trend shine.
With the world becoming increasingly more conscious in protecting the environment, it is no wonder that designers are creating interiors that are more sustainable. To ensure that your home is as environmentally friendly as possible key factors to consider include creating responsible energy consumption, choosing materials with the lowest environmental impact, reducing your waste by recycling and upcycling where possible and choosing items that are built to last.
Pantone’s colour of the year
We love finding out which hue Pantone, the self-proclaimed global authority on colour, chooses each year and this year is no different. Let us introduce to you ‘Living Coral’. Described as an “animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone” this vibrant yet mellow colour looks fantastic with striking teals, peach and grey.
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