Is there anything more exciting than taking the decision to have new extensions added to your Liverpool home? Any renovation project is a fun undertaking, particularly when the construction and building is finished and you get to have the fun of designing it yourself and really putting your stamp on it.
With a new year just around the corner, now’s the perfect time to take a look to see what interior design trends are likely to pop up in 2019 so you can make sure that all that lovely extra space at home is on trend, stylish and fashionable.
Luckily for us all, Refinery29 has taken it upon itself to have a quick chat with four interior experts to find out what they think will be big news in the world of home décor over the coming 12 months… and you’re sure to find a bit of inspiration in there somewhere.
For example, Natalie Kraiem of Natalie Kraiem Interiors across the pond in NYC expects to see lots of high gloss paint being used on walls at home in order to create a very bold look, reminiscent of a jewellery box. She also noted that it’s all about art at the moment as well and it’s worth remembering that there are no rules when it comes to hanging pieces at home… all you need to do is ensure they’re framed properly and hung in groups if small.
In terms of colours to look out for, Susan Glick of Susan Glick Interiors said that moody blues are really going to come to the fore, mixing in well with neutrals and blacks and whites. “These colours are truly a ‘wow’ and a great accent or pop of colour. They blend beautifully when combined with brass and bronze finishes, whether high shine or matte.”
You might also want to see what you can find in a terrazzo finish, as Slash Objects’ Arielle Assouline-Lichten says we’re going to see a lot more of this look in kitchens and accessories, with the colours and textures really adding to any part of the house, creating a “tactile story for people to experience in a space”.
In similar fashion, Elle Décor also recently spoke to some other interior designers to see what they predict for the world of interiors in 2019. Jeff Andrews of Jeff Andrews Design, for example, said he’s loving deep jewel shades with a bit of an edge right now, such as emerald and hunter green, dark teal and bold indigo – which are all primed and ready to be taken out of the kitchen and into other parts of the house.
If it’s the kitchen that you’re planning on redoing, a bold patterned backsplash is the way to go. “I predict we will be seeing more pop and punch in kitchens,” Amy Sklar of Sklar Design told the news source.
So there you have it – a bit of food for thought for the coming year. Which trends will you be trying to hit?
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