Your home is your castle and is where you spend a lot of time.
People like their homes to be comfortable and stylish. This is why the home decor industry is projected to be worth around $664.0 billion in 2020.
This is the perfect time to rid yourself of any negativity and start fresh with a new vibe.
These 10 interior design trends will help you do just that.
1. Add Some Shine
An easy way to add a fresh look to your decor is to add some glamour with high-shine metals. Find a shiny vase to be the centerpiece of your shelf or mantel.
You can also add some sparkle with sequin pillows and throws. Mirrors can also brighten up a room with several options. A mirror can make a room look larger and more expensive.
2. Paint it Black
The white kitchen used to be all the rage, but now black is about to steal the show. Black kitchens feel very modern and sleek.
You can get dark or black cabinetry with gold hardware for an even more modern look.
Contrast the look with a bright white countertop.
If you live in an apartment and can’t paint your kitchen, find some black accent furniture and add gold knobs for the same effect. You can accentuate any room with a showcase black piece.
3. Refresh Your Ceiling
Another way to really update the feel of your room is to paint an accent ceiling. A big trend in 2019 is updating your ceiling to add a visual impact to any room. Ornate ceilings were a trend back in the 1920s with intricate tin ceilings.
You can add molding or wallpaper for additional texture and prints. These ceilings can make your room feel bigger and brighter!
4. Add Some Curvy Furniture
Sofas and chairs are starting to be more curvaceous. The curvy furniture will not be as formal as it once used to be. These pieces add elegance and comfort to any room.
These pieces of furniture were popular in the 1960s and are making their way back in 2019.
If you don’t need a new sofa or chair, you can still bring the curvy design to your home with a side chair or bench to help give you more storage for organization.
5. Add Some Floral
Sometimes what we see on the runway makes it into our homes. This year, the runway featured a lot of florals.
You can add some flowers to your decor with chairs, wallpaper, pillows, bedding, and throws. The popular prints in 2019 are big and bold. The flowers are more abstract.
This trend can help break up the popular trellis and chevron patterns you have in your home. You could replace some of those accent pieces with a large floral print.
6. Tile with Contrasting Grout
The white subway tile is starting to get replaced with more intricate tiles and patterns. A new trend is to also use colored grout that contrasts the tile on both the floor and walls.
Tile is easy to make a focal point just like wallpaper. It can make a bathroom appear to be more expensive. You can try light tiles with dark grout or dark tiles with light grout for that new look.
7. Geometric Patterns
Geometric patterns never really go out of style. Look for more patterns that are tribal-inspired in 2019.
You can use this design trend to any room even a minimal room. Use a warm, neutral pattern.
You can also get your geometric patterns in your pillows, throws, and framed prints to switch out from time to time. You can update the patterns as new ones emerge.
8. Go Green
Adding some green plants to your space can really give your home a boot. Plants bring your room to life and help purify the air. Some plants can add a subtle fragrance to your space.
Plants are relatively inexpensive and add a sense of flair to any room. Try some ivy plants that are easy to grow and need minimal care.
You can also add height to your decor with potted trees that you can take outside when it gets warm. Try different style plants to give your room a complete feel like cactus, succulents, spider plants, and spiked palms.
Greenery is a great way to also improve your room’s Fen Shui. Learn more about how to improve your room’s Fen Shui.
9. Return of Terrazzo
Terrazzo is a mix of granite, marble, glass, and quartz chips that are suspended in cement or resin. This was a popular trend during the midcentury. It was also popular in airports, schools, and hospitals because it is extremely durable and is also reasonable.
Large patterns using terrazzo is popular for showers and coffee tables. They make great backsplashes behind sinks in kitchens and bathrooms.
You can pick just about any color combination you want to brighten up your space.
10. Tweed is Not Just for Clothes
Tweed adds a lot of texture to a room. Just think about velvet and how it can really change the way you view a room. Tweed is a tightly woven wool which adds lots of masculine and sophisticated feel.
It has an expensive feeling. Tweeds also work well with other fabrics and velvet so you can mix and match items easily in your home.
Try a tweed accent chair or bar stools. You can also find a tweed rug to give your room a sophisticated feel.
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As you can see, just a few minor touches can really update your home’s interior.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money to update your decor just start with a few small pieces or create a new focal point.
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