The Greatest Interior Design Trends For 2019


Now that the Pantone Colour of the Year 2019 has been announced as Living Coral, we think it's the perfect time to take a look at the exciting interior design trends ahead.

Living-Coral-wallpaperLiving Coral Reef Pattern Wallpaper Mural from

Natural and eco-friendly

Yes, this seems to be a trend following from last year, and will evolve into something much more personal. In 2019 we are looking not just at sustanability but how we can make our homes more individual to our lifestyle and tastes.

Positano-three-seater-sofa-lightPositano three seater loose cover sofa / La Volière Pendant Lamp from The Conran Shop

Whether you love your velvet sofa or dote on your favourite footstool, they are an expression of your style, and if you love more artistic design, then local artists and small businesses are a great way to discover some real gems which fit your home.

Burlington Midi Leather SofaBurlington Midi Leather Sofa

In all this though we still remember what is good for our environment and often actively look for products which use materials and production processes that leave little impact on our planet. With this we also bring more plants into our home. A great new trend are wall plants and hanging indoor baskets. They clean the air and add a touch of nature.

Rich colours

We have written a few blog posts on the use of rich colour interiors in the past, and see it's one trend which will stay with us for much longer.
As we start to experiment more with rich colours in our furniture, we become bolder in our design choices. From luxurious gold sideboards to teal velvet sofas, we look to expressing our personal style and make use of a wider range of colours.

Leo three seater sofa and Leo footstool / Barcelona Matt Emulsion Wall Paint from Graham & Brown

But those who love their neutrals, don't worry! It's all about the right balance. You don't have to give up on your cream coloured armchair, instead add bright scatter cushions or pattern throws to liven up your living space.

Glorious velvet

We simply cannot get enough of velvet! And in 2019, more dramatic velvets will pop up as part of our home decor. Take Pantone's colour of the year, living coral, or bright purples, we are emboldened to play around with styles.

Grosvenor three seater sofa in Opulence velvet coralGrosvenor three seater sofa in Opulence velvet coral

Mix and Match

We used to get everything from the same shop, our sofa suite, cushions, throws, side tables and other living room furniture, but our shopping behaviour is slowly changing, even more so in 2019.

Megan Velvet Sofa CollectionMegan Velvet Sofa Collection

This year we'll mix and match, we'll pick up more accessories than ever from a range of shops and even bigger furniture items, such as sofas, side boards and co., do not overwhelmingly come from large retailers, but smaller independent businesses with equally great quality and competitive prices.

Boho meets retro

While bohemian home decor never completely faded, it has found a new expression in individual interior styles. Foor good reasons: boho is easy to replicate and adds a truly personal touch with every detail.

Richmond-3-seater-sofaRichmond three seater sofa

This natural style also goes hand in hand with the ever more popular retro look. Large floral walls and sleek, modern furniture design is a must have for everyone with a love for 60s and 70s home decor.


We hope you feel inspired with these lovely 2019 interior design trends. Originality is bang on trend, so be bold and experiment with bright colours, patterns and plants, and remember: adding some individual touches make your house a true home.

Posted in Colour & Hue, Contemporary Sofas, DIY, Homemaking, Interior Design, Sofas on 15th Jan 2019


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