If you were one of the first to embrace 2018 home trends like terrazzo
, moody hues
, and spa-inspired bathrooms
, you're going to be *all* over this next batch of 2019 finds. Thanks to the Pinterest 100 Report
, we have the first look at predictions for the year (and trust us when we say they're going to be good). Scroll through to check out the season's buzziest styles for your digs, including bold wallpaper, modern fireplaces, and vertical gardens.
Jewel tones had their moment in 2018, but you can expect them to stick around in 2019. Mustard yellow, in particular, is expected to shine extra bright. Experts predict it to be on everything from accents to statement pieces. (via A Beautiful Mess)
Are we the only ones pumped that this low-maintenance plant is up in search by 235 percent? Gardening just got soooo muct more appealing. (via DesignLoveFest)
Tropical leaves, geo prints, and bold patterns, oh my! Get in on the vivid wallpaper trend that promises to breathe new life into rooms of all sizes. (via Sugar & Cloth)
We're stating the obvious here, but this next trend is lit. Up 763 percent, modern indoor and outdoor fireplaces are about to be in all the places you frequent. (via Emily Henderson)
Calling all plant ladies! This is your year to make a statement in your garden. Partake in the floor-to-ceiling style by building a stunning greenery-filled wall in the new year. (via Inspired By This)
Yarn Wall Art:
If you haven't caught on by now, people are diggin' artsy aesthetics. When it comes to wall art, instead of the more commonly seen macrame, multi-colored yarn arrangements should be at the top of your list. (via SF Girl by Bay)
Geometric Wall Murals:
Minimalist white walls were once big news, but in 2019 they'll be replaced with a new style — geometric murals. Create a striking feature by working in different palettes and angles to give your space a totally unique look. (via Hey, Let's Make Stuff)
Ditch the traditional tile styles you're used to. In the next 12 months, people will be turning to painted designs to repurpose their porcelain floors. Good news: This'll save you time (and a whole 'lotta mess). (via The Handyman's Daughter)
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