Home Improvement Trends For 2019

Have you grown a little bored of your home interior but have no interest in moving house? Then the obvious solution is to wipe the slate clean and reimagine the current appearance of it.

You might have some ideas in your mind of how to freshen up its look but it also helps to know about some of the up-to-the-minute trends causing a stir in the world of home interiors as the last thing you want is to implement changes that miss the mark.

We’ve done our research and found these to be amongst the hottest home interior trends for 2019…

Colour of the Year – Living Coral

There’s no doubt what the most popular colour of 2019 will be after the clever colour experts at Pantone announced to the world that ‘Living Coral’ was their 2019 Colour of the Year.

Pantone have described Living Coral as “An animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and enlivens with a softer edge.” We prefer to just describe it as a peachy orange colour!

Almost as soon as the announcement was made various companies began producing their homewares in the Living Coral colour. You can see some good examples and find out where you can buy them in this article.

Kitchens connected to the outdoors

We had a fabulously hot summer last year and it seems as though householders are hopeful of a repeat as there’s been an increase in the number of people wanting to create some sort of connection between their kitchen and the outdoors.

The integration of a bi-folding door in an available aperture between the two settings is one of the best options as you can fully fold the door to one side to generate a huge opening towards your patio, garden or decking. Those summer barbecues will be such spectacular occasions when your kitchen and outdoor area almost become a single space.

Tin will be in

Pinterest is a fantastic resource for anybody wanting to update their home interior and the people behind it have discovered that searches for ‘tin interiors’ have increased by 563 per cent over the past few months.

Tin interiors can cover a whole host of potential homewares for your interior including everything from splashbacks for the kitchen and little tin flower pots that you can display on the outside wall next to your entrance to give a colourful welcome.

You’ll be floored by Terrazzo

It was back in the 15th Century, in Venice to be precise, that Terrazzo floors were first created and they’re identifiable by the chips of marble or concrete set in the polished concrete.

Terrazzo floors aren’t all you can buy nowadays though if you love the look of it as the Terrazzo style can be seen in wallpaper solutions, on bed sheets, lampshades and various other items. Don’t overdo it with Terrazzo as too much of it could be overbearing but use of it here and there will make a significant visual impression.


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