For interior enthusiasts, keeping up with interior trends is as important as keeping up with fashion trends. While a complete house makeover can be more difficult than a complete wardrobe overhaul, you can definitely add touches based on the latest trends to freshen-up the look of your space. To save hours of Pinterest-snooping and interior design magazine shopping, we have compiled a list of six trends that will be huge in 2019 and can be easily added to any space.


Gold-Plated Metals

This year will continue to see use of metals such as brass and gold-plated aluminum and iron to add a touch of glimmer to your space. You can look at adding this trend to your space by getting golden décor accessories made from brass or by using furniture that comes with a tinge of gold.

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Green

Green is gaining wide acceptance as a color and as an ethos. Dark green adds a touch of sophistication to a room and works well with botanical interiors. With a shift towards an eco-friendly approach to decorating our homes, green walls provide a fabulous back-drop for natural materials we are embracing.

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Artisanal Goods

With so many things now being mass produced, more and more people are moving towards owning one-of-a-kind things. Artisanal goods are not only unique, they also support dying arts. You can look at adding rattan weave baskets or handmade vases to incorporate this trend.

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Fabric on Walls

Textiles art is having its moment right now as people are adding vibrant fabrics to their walls for a textured and artsy aesthetic.

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Terrazzo

Terrazzo is essentially marble or granite chips set in concrete and polished to give a smooth surface. Terrazzo was very popular in the 80’s and is making big waves in the interior world currently. You can choose a wide array of products from terrazzo bathroom accessories and planters to terrazzo coffee tables, tiles, and rugs.

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Curvy Furniture

Furniture with clean lines and cuts is now giving way to curvy and rounded 70’s inspired furniture. While rounded sofas epitomize this trend, it is easier to embrace the trend with rounded chairs.

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