I adore giving a room a refresh in design so I’m excited to share the top trends in interior design for 2019. The results show I’m one of the majorities of people in the country who have mod style in their home with mid-century pieces of furniture, natural wood tones and pops of color. The second most popular is rustic style with warm hues, layered textures
Which states are big on these trends? I was surprised to learn New Mexico prefers mod, Mississippi loves rustic and South Dakota is an industrial style mecca. The west coast and northeast go for
The most popular purchases for interior decor was spent on pillows, rugs
There’s a difference between the colors that people like and the colors that they actually want to live with in their homes. The colors that Pantone choose as the colors of the year don’t necessarily translate to a decor favorite. Blues and neutrals are the favorite colors. The least chosen color choice? Pastels and greens. Perhaps people prefer a blush pink dress and their greenery in a house plant instead of furniture.
Top Trends in Interior D
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Whimsy With Classics
A bold decor trend taking over walls in 2019 will be classical paintings presented in a whimsical style creating a modern spin on a once very serious theme. It will be all
If you have a dull corner in need of some whimsy, try introducing one of these artworks to bring an element of light and playful drama to your space. Shop for classic art with whimsy on Modsy.
All About The Curves
Hard lines are being traded in for softer curves. We’re already seeing curved furniture, such as sofas, armchairs, even beds, and believe this is a trend that will be everywhere in 2019.
Current obsession? Bold, striking, hand-painted brushstrokes. One of the favorite decor trends on the horizon,
You don’t have to commit to a big-ticket item, like a sofa or rug, to try the look. Try a few pillows to bring a bold pop of pattern to your sofa or bed. Or consider acquiring a piece of art with large, intentional brushstrokes to easily elevate any gallery wall.
The natural textures and plants that were big in 2018 are here to stay and 2019 is all about layering them. Bring some zen into your home, no matter your style with a few key pieces. To add natural textures into your space, think jute rugs, storage baskets, rattan chairs, and woven wall-hangings. Not sure how to style your plants? Here are 5 ways to decorate with plants
High Contrast Neutrals
While neutral color palettes have been all the rage, we’re going to see more and more dramatic neutral palettes. Think dark neutrals paired with lighters colors to create high contrast spaces. Love the look?
Top 10 Popular Decor Accessories
And plants, whether real or faux are a great way to liven up dead space, as in that corner where nothing else seems to fit. And why stop at just one when you can create visual texture by adding different greenery in varying heights to give that spot new life and depth. While you’re at it, try the cluster approach by putting a few smaller pots together on a floating shelf or as a coffee table centerpiece.
- Wall Art
- Side Table
- Table Lamp
- Floor Lamp
- Coffee Table
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Style Expert Alison Deyette is a TV + digital host and Los Angeles stylist who was recently named one of the top stylists in Los Angeles by Variety, WWD, Angeleno, and Modern Luxury magazines. As a stylist and fashion director, Alison has styled and directed photo shoots all over the world with models, celebrities and real women for a variety of magazines, including Mode, Good Housekeeping, People Style Watch, Woman’s Day, Ocean Drive, Real Beauty, and Fitness. And she’s styled Oprah’s Weight Watchers commercials. She appears regularly on Good Morning America, TODAY, Access Hollywood, Access Hollywood Live, Wendy Williams, The Real, and The View and is the Style Expert for KTLA’s Morning News. She’s conducted countless celebrity interviews including Ryan Gosling, Jessica Chastain, Scarlett Johansson and Salma Hayek for TV and in print. Plus, she recently styled Oprah’s Weight Watchers commercials. And she’s hosted several web series that collectively have more than 100 million views.
When teamed up with her bestie Jesse Brune, they share fun tips from fashion to food to DIY and décor in their Super Easy videos on their Super Easy YouTube channel. You can tune into more happening with Jesse and Alison on their lifestyle blog and listen to their Alternative Styles podcast on Apple podcasts or wherever you consume podcasts featuring interviews with fascinating women and good news.