I recently got my hands on a copy of Elle Decoration’s ‘The Forecast S/S 2019’ issue and it is absolutely bursting with inspiration. It’s no surprise that 70’s design is back again or that woven textures are sticking around for another year. But, there are a few trends that you may not be expecting to pop up.
Take a look at my product boards below to see what 2019 will have in store for our interiors.
This year the interior design world will be looking beyond traditional marble to the world’s naturally occurring shades. According to interior experts, 2019 is set to be the year of emerald and salmon-hued stone. In the past, coloured marble has long been associated with tacky décor, however, the modern shapes and metallic touches make it bang on trend. Check out the gorgeous furniture and accessories below to give you some inspiration.
Get the look:
- J by Jasper Conran – Green Marble Table Lamp – Debenhams – £44
- Pearl Side Table, Brown Marble & Steel – SWOON – £149
Triangles Blue poster – Desenio – from £7.95
- Circles Blue poster – Desenio – from £7.95
- Colt Marble Round Wall Clock, Green – Cult Furniture – £55
- Selby Coffee Table, Black Marble – Swoon – £300
- Ferm Living Marble Trees, Set of 3 – Connox – £45
- Gaby Green Marble Vase – Louise Roe Copenhagen – €55
- Hudson Floor Lamp, Black – Cox & Cox – £150
With fine black outlines and expressive brushstrokes, this trend will display the creativity of illustrative art. One of 2018’s hottest interior trends was inspired by the free-flowing illustrations from the likes of artists like Picasso, Magritte, Miro and Matisse. With online searches for ‘line drawings’ at an all-time high, the illustrative style is definitely here to stay in 2019. Try finding furniture that also features black lines, such as the lamp and chair below.
Get the look:
- Marselis floor lamp – HAY – £225
- Jasper velvet armchair – Maisons du monde – £376.50
- Sketched face cushion – Urban Outfitters – £20
- Abstract Shapes No1 Poster – Desenio – from £11.95
- Abstract Shapes No4 Poster – Desenio – from £11.95
- Celestial Blue 2 – Dulux
- Taiki Dotted Vase – Anthropologie – £8
- Tall Ceramic shapes vase – White Black Grey – £24
- Katana sideboard – Swoon – £649
Mixing metals was very popular in 2018, however, mixing woods is going to take over this year. Trend forecasters have predicted that stylish homes will be going against the grain in 2019 by combining the palest ash with the darkest ebony to create a statement.
A lot of people struggle with mixing different wood tones, but it can be done. Check out my board to give you an idea of how it could work.
Get the look:
- Blossom Candleholder – Connox – £52
- Zabel TV Stand, Mango Wood – Swoon – £349
- Mira Mirror Natural – Umbra – £80
- Tom Raffield Skipper Pendant Light, 62cm, Oak – John Lewis – £211.50
- Lightyears Night Owl Table Lamp – Cloudberry Living – £158.40
- Graphic Wood Texture Poster – Desenio – From £6.95
- Black Wood Poster – Desenio – from £11.95
- CH25 Style Rocking Chair, Natural – Cult Furniture – £345
4.Rust and Rose
Warm Desert inspired tones rust and dusty rose are set to make a major comeback in 2019. Both tones come from the warmer end of the spectrum and will add a glow to any room.
With Coral being Pantone’s colour of the year, it makes sense for these pinks and reds to be in the spotlight too. I definitely prefer the earthy feel of rust to coral. Have a look at my board below to see if you do too.
Get the look:
- Tip table lamp – Scandinavian Design Centre – £222
- Tulou Coffee Table, Orange – HAY – £165
- Pink Tinted Glass Vase H10 – Maisons Du Monde – £8.39
- Rust No3 poster – Desenio – from £7.95
- Rust No2 poster – Desenio – from £7.95
- Benjamin Pendant in Rust – Heal’s – £135
- Moby Sofa Bed, Vintage Pink Velvet with Copper Leg – Made.com – £299
- Washed linen cushion cover – H&M – £8.99
Graphic illustration is definitely my favourite trend as I’ve always been a fan of line drawings. Due to the simple monochrome palette, it’s also really easy to add your own accent colours and personality to it. Which trend is your favourite? Let me know in the comments.
I’m currently working on an exciting project with Valspar paint which I will show you very soon…
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11 thoughts on “Key Interior Design Trends For Spring/Summer 2019”
Rust and rose is definitely something I could see in my home! I just love the tones! I love graphic prints too!
Wow! I’m gutted I haven’t come across your blog before..I obsessed over interiors. I’m loving the wood trend!
I love the coloured stone, honestly there is something so beautiful about it!
Love, Amie ❤
The Curvaceous Vegan
Ooh I love that rust and rose colour palette and emerald stone sounds wonderful too. These are some really interesting trends so thank you!
Soph – https://sophhearts.com x
Absolutely loved this post and I’m completely obsessed with the coloured stone trend as it looks beautiful!
Rust and rose looks and sounds absolutely gorgeous! Rose gold has been trend for the past couple of years and just doesn’t seem to go out of fashion. I absolutely love marble, I didn’t realise it was ever considered tacky, especially as it’s usually such an expensive thing to buy if its ACTUAL marble! My friends dad recently made her the most GORGEOUS white and salmon marble table for her living room, I want to steal it!
Well, this post is right on time for me as we are in the early stages of getting ready to build what I hope will be our dream house. The rose and rust trend made me so happy – I loveeee this combo. also, love the timber. Not a fan of the colored marbel though:) this is going to my pinterest file:) thanks!
I love the coloured stone in the first trend! I love these posts – it’s so interesting to see what’s going to be “fashionable”. Although obviously you can have these styles any time of year!
I am totally obsessed with Desenio currently. 🙂 I am just ordering myself 4-8 posters! Can’t wait to bring them on the empty walls.
I like the rust and rose trend best. I admit I definitely have a problem with mixing woods! Why is that!? This was interesting for me to read as I live in the US and the trends are slightly different here. I’m definitely seeing a lot of the warmer dessert colors and prints and geometric woven textiles.
Vow! really nice designs. Thank you for sharing