The year 2018 is almost over and as we prepare to enter the new year, key trends in home design are emerging. Recent changes have meant that Americans are spending more on their homes than their apparel and more focused on investing in their homes; with the right reasons.
Home decor choices have been proven to boost home resale value by thousands of dollars if done right. Whether it is about choosing the ideal living room color scheme or the right accessories and furnishings, Americans and their choices are evolving. If you are looking for design inspiration to kick 2019 off in style, check out a few of those trends expected to make a big splash next year.
Expression Is Alive
Rooms rich with personal expression and tastes are certain to be a feature in 2019. From dark, rich wall colors in the kitchen to bold accessories such as brass taps, bold is making its mark in interior design. Brass taps add contrast to cool, paired down rooms while rich colors such as Nightwatch green can provide an impactful backdrop in the home or even incorporated in little ways such as stool coverings or furniture choice.
As a bonus, bold colors can add $5,000 or more to your home resale value, according to Zillow.com’s analysis. The key is vibrancy in expression; with other choices such as boho, geometric and tribal patterns are all home furnishing styles creating an increasing buzz in the interior design industry.
We have witnessed homeowners increasingly gravitate towards compact and multifunctional furniture in the past few months; a trend that we expect to fully kick off in 2019. More people are looking to be space savvy and make the most of smaller spaces in their homes.
With pieces that are adaptable and reusable in many scenarios, homeowners can be guaranteed to have functionality but not skimp on style. Watch out for this trend; it is guaranteed to feature heavily in 2109.
Going Expose Is In
Feeding into the popular minimalism trend, muted soft color choices in home decor is set to make a comeback. The barely there trend can be incorporated in many aspects of your home from your wall colors to your furniture choice. Gone are the days of grey or black chairs and other furniture.
Earthy tones such as Farrow and Ball’s Setting Plaster or Dead Salmon can still make an impact and still be warm and welcoming at the same time. Paired with sharp accents, muted blush tones provide the perfect backdrop to showcase the little details in a modern setting.
From the paint color to your ceiling lighting, there are a million ways to express yourself in your home. If you are looking for inspiration for your next room makeover, then look no further. Whether it is a full scaled makeover or an afternoon paint jobs, these emerging trends are certain to breathe new life into your home.