We don’t know what it is but there is something about the new year that makes us want to declutter, reorganize and upgrade the home. Keeping that in mind, we have done our research and bring you the top 2019 furniture trends to consider when you’re redecorating your home.
While we have been bringing you trends year after year, this year is a bit different because specific modern pieces are not on trend, instead this year we are taking a step back and are focusing on vintage, Yes! That is right for those that love a warmer, more traditional touch this is the year for it! Not only is vintage coming back on trend but adding character for that stark feel is here to stay.
Another trend that is coming forth strongly is black oak, while 2018 was all about white hues and crisp minimalism this year is all about creating a grounding effect and black oak does just that! It creates a warming effect without overshadowing any other pieces. Therefore, having a black oak accent creates a beautiful warming effect in any room.
The bigger the better when it comes to a grand headboard. In essence, you want your headboard to make a grand statement without many decorative bits needed.
Keeping the theme of personal and character emphasizing, grand headboards make an entrance yet again. The idea is to have your bed make a big boom without taking away from the décor you already have. This also entitles grand headboards in bold colors and textures.
Blush is coming in as a neutral; therefore, you want to add it simultaneously with many other hues such as gray, black, white or even shades of plum.
Blush tones are here to stay yet again! Think of blush as the new and upgraded neutral hue. It works well with multiple richer tones and it doesn’t take away from your décor. In fact, blush tones are great when you want to blend multiple shades together.
When you’re working with geometric patterns you want to go big or go home, the main reason being geometrics are bold and daring so using them in a bold manner will work exceptionally well in any room.
This year we are moving away from structured pieces of art and we are bringing in lose finished pieces with geometric bits that have a unique feel to them. The key here is using geometric patterns that bring color in the room yet will workflow well anywhere in the home.
Rounded or curved decor works well because of the unique aspect that they bring, not only are they modern in a way but their curved feature adds to the aesthetics of the space.