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The top interior design trends we’ve seen so far in 2019

By LLM Reporters on 22nd July 2019

Wherever you live – be it in the city or in the midst of rolling countryside – your home is the place where you spend the majority of your time, and if there is one place you should be able to enjoy a comforting haven away from the stresses and strains of everyday life, it’s here.

It’s not just about comfort though, but about creating a beautiful space to be proud of, too.

When it comes to creating a beautiful luxury home, it’s what’s on the inside that counts – and interior design plays a fundamental role in bringing your lavish vision to life. So, if you’re looking to ramp up the sophistication and add a good dose of sumptuousness to your home all whilst impressing your guests with your creative flair, then it pays to keep abreast of the latest interior design trends.

In 2019, it’s all about the black, and from suites to tiles, it’s all about going big

Out with minimalism, in with mustard

Minimalism is almost a thing of the past as some of the world’s finest designers lead the move towards bold, vibrant colours, tactile, textured pieces and fuller spaces. After years of repeating the mantra, “less is more”, in 2019, the opposite is true. If you are a fan of maximalism, then this is your chance embrace this exciting trend while it lasts.

If you want to make a big impact in minimal time, then throw caution to the wind and swap creams and neutrals for a bright mustard yellow – it’s the 70s colour to be seen in this year. If you’re not quite brave enough to create a bright feature wall, then opt for bright accessories or statement pieces of furniture instead. Some designer velvet cushions or a bold mustard chaise lounge will bring your living room up to date with ease.

Swap white for black

With the decline in minimalism comes the fall from favour of all-white kitchens and bathrooms. In 2019, it’s all about the black, and from suites to tiles, it’s all about going big. It might seem daunting to think of introducing such a dark colour into your home, but this disruptive trend isn’t going anywhere fast. Chic, luxurious and practical too, it’s the ultimate colour choice for an edgy and up to date look.

If you want to make a big impact in minimal time, then throw caution to the wind and swap creams and neutrals for a bright mustard yellow – it’s the 70s colour to be seen in this year

Hello to handmade

Handmade and artisan items are already major home décor trends for 2019 – you only have to pick up a quality interiors magazine to see them flooding the pages. This trend can be closely related to the popularity of craft websites such as Etsy, which has played a huge in shifting many individuals from mass-produced items to handcrafted one-offs.

As time goes by, interior design reinvents itself time and again. The old is now new, and the new is now old, so unless you are a designer by trade, it can be quite a task keeping up. To make things a bit simpler, muchneeded.com has created the following infographic outlining the latest trends. Take note, and you’ll be one step ahead in the style stakes for the rest of 2019.

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