These 4 New Design Trends Are Ready to Take 2019 By Storm
Winter may just be the ultimate season for a home makeover. Hear us out: It's too cold to spend much time outside, so it's a prime opportunity to re-assess what's working in your space (and, if we're honest, to binge-watch HGTV for inspiration). If you're looking to upgrade your decor in 2019, we have the inspo you need thanks to home accessories brand Surya. They've rounded up four emerging decor trends hitting the scene this winter. "This season, we are highlighting four emerging looks that we feel will be important... in the near future," says Satya Tiwari, president of Surya. And from the bold and colorful to the muted and modern, there's something for everyone in these looks. Click through to get an overview of the need-to-know trends.
Ice-Cold and Metallic Hot: Opposites attract! Maybe it's the chill in the air, but we're loving the look of icy blues paired with warm metallics like brass and gold finishes. Play up the cozy-meets-cool feel with a plush sheepskin rug and glacier-esque marble to really amplify the effect. (via Moones Home)
Simply Cozy: This trend is all about the texture. High-shine metals mix with nubby wovens and earthy rattan to create an all-neutral aesthetic that's undeniably comfy, not sterile. Pops of botanical-inspired decor and hints of green emphasize the natural element of this look. (via Bend Furniture and Design)
It's A Colorful World: Can't decide on a color scheme? Embrace the whole rainbow with this vibrant, playful design. Exotic, international-tinged patterns and handicrafts mix with saturated pops of pink to create a refreshing, invigorating vibe that we just can't resist. (via DAG Design Boston)
Distressed and Vintage: Good news for collectors: The well-worn, well-traveled look is in. Rugs with faux-"wear patterns" lend an authentic feel to furniture finds from throughout the ages: Art Deco intermingles with Victorian, and the effect is somehow thoroughly modern. (via Newberry Architecture)
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Emily Bihl is a freelance writer and sometimes-songwriter currently undoing a lifetime of healthy eating in the great city of New Orleans. When she’s not writing, she can be found covered in clay at the ceramics studio or attempting an approximated downward dog. She likes her black labrador Selkie, unexpected anagrams, and cracking the sugar on creme brûlée with the back of a spoon.