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2019 Interior design trends

Everyone will be trying

Boho's back

Okay, so boho style really never completely faded away, but its impact on the design world last had its moment about a decade ago and for good reason.

The return of terrazzo

With the enduring popularity of mid-century modern design showing no signs of slowing down, it comes as no surprise that Terrazzo surfaces and decorative extras made a big impact on design forecasts looking at 2019 interior design trends.

Statement ceilings

Every year there’s quite a rush of excitement when Pantone announces it’s color of the year and new shades are released to the public, but in all honesty, those new paint shades offer very little change in tone and inspiration as we’ve all seen enough accent walls and clever takes on wallpaper installations to bore us to no end.

Top Ways to Decorate

With Lanterns

Hanging Lanterns

String 4 or 5 of them together and put them on your deck, in your bedroom or in a child's bedroom (awesome nightlight). This picture was taken from an article about how to decorate your camper or camp site.

Centerpieces

Lanterns are a great way of adding some sparkle and color to any space. It could be a dining room table , kitchen counter or entry hall table. It is easy and versatile. You can take your lantern and put in a wreath of flowers or in a basket.

Fall Patio Decor.

Lanterns are a beautiful way to decorate your front porch for fall! The glow from a lantern can make your home look and feel cozy. If unattended, it is best to use LED lights. For a more rustic style, place it in a planter!

Tips

Trending Home Decor

Create a recessed
pantry wall.

This Australian home features a nifty way to bring extra storage and display space to a kitchen. A system of shelves fills a recessed portion of what would otherwise be a blank wall.

Make outlets the same color as your backsplash.

Bright also suggests coordinating your outlet color with the color of your backsplash. That way those white outlets won’t disrupt the visual look of, say, your gorgeous minty green tile.

Consider a wet room.

Curbless showers are all the rage, but if you have space, think about going with a wet-room concept in which all or most of the bathroom components sit within a tiled space.

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