2019 Home Design Trend: Designers' Opinion
New Year, New Me, New Perspective. Any new year resolution you want to achieve early this year? Maybe a new you need time to process, but a new perspective can be achieved sooner by re-decorate your home. Before you start to throw away all your old furnitures, think of the new design trend that could probably save your money by reusing old furnitures that are still on trends for 2019. Here’s some forecast from the decor experts on what might be the new home design trend in 2019:
2019 is setting up to be a year to welcome brass accents back into our homes. Brass is everywhere right now, from ultra high-end designs (think Kelly Wearstler, or Roman and Williams) to local home decor stores near our home. Brass is surprisingly warm and subtle alternative to the expected steel accents. This luxurious metal used to signify conspicuous consumption and showiness. Now it feels traditional, nostalgic, and homey. But remember, don’t overdo it. Nothing that is too much will look good, anyways.
"I love brass metal details, but it’s overkill when a room is furnished with brass-accented case goods and upholstery pieces. For example, if the chairs have a brass frame, the sofa has a brass base, the dining table has brass pedestals, and the credenza has brass sabots and pulls, well then, that’s just too much." — Keita Turner of Keita Turner Design
Wave goodbye to the tech-obsessed decor in 2018 design trends, as we move towards fresh, natural materials in 2019 such as stone, copper, concrete, light woods, and granite. These elements will help bring an organic and serene ambiance.
"Light-colored floors are making a comeback, thanks to the homeowner's growing desire for a more airy and open look and feel. In shades of birch, beachy white and light oak, these floors reflect more light, and can transition from casual to luxurious, without sacrificing comfort."— Kesha Franklin of Halden Interiors
Four Poster Bed
Four-Poster Bed or Canopy Bed, is now on the top list of 2019 bedroom design trend. Though they haven’t been in vogue since the late 80’s, there has been a steady rise in demand on grand canopy beds because people are seeking out the ultimate comforting oasis. To make one work in your bedroom, choose a minimally minded canopy bed that is quiet and slim to ensure that it won’t take up too much space or ever go out of style.
"In uncertain times, people tend to want spaces that bring a sense of comfort and safety. A four-poster bed provides that type of feeling. It's the closest thing you can get to a hug from a piece of furniture." — Amy Sklar of Sklar Design