2019 is fast approaching and were soon be saying goodbye to 2018, I can’t believe how quick this year has gone but I’m looking forward to seeing what 2019 has in store for us all.
When it comes to interiors they can change so quickly. I think back to some of my interior choices, which now would never be seen on Pinterest! So it got me thinking about what the Interior Trends for 2019 will be.
Let’s start off with something that I did in my kitchen renovation, unusual tiles. Being bold and brave with your tile choice can be a little daunting to start off with, but it pays off once it’s done. I love having tiles that are really different, and breaking out from the norm! Adding a feature wall like this bathroom could give a little touch of unusual tiles and combining with some plain tiles to complement them. If you don’t feel brave enough to go for some unusual tiles then you could go for a different colour grout, C & W Berry have a great range of grout to choose from.
Metallics are appearing more and more in the interior sections. You can find them in furniture to make statement pieces, or in accessories to add in a simple touch. I’ve been adding a few little pieces into my home this year, but I am very tempted to add some wallpaper with metallics in when we change our lounge.
During 2018 I’ve seen a lot of interest in more organic items and people being more sustainable. I have made some changes in my life during 2018 and cutting our waste down. So I think we will be adding more and more items to our homes that have been upcycled, recycled and I’ve even seen blankets made from plastic bottles!
Weave and Textiles
I have seen more and more weave and textiles being used as practical items within the home. Plain decor with natural weave items look so natural within the home. I really love the knitted wall hangings which are great to add colour, texture and interest to your walls.
Plants within the home are getting increasingly popular inside the home. I remember as a child my Grandparents having plants inside the house, but I think they went out of fashion for quite a while, but not anymore. Plants can bring colour, texture and life to a room. You can fill a little corner gap with a tall plant, or add a bunch of flowers to a shelf for a pop of colour. With so many different plant pots to accompany them too!