Sustainable and Bold at Home

2019 home decor trends are shaping up to include vibrant colors and even curvier shapes in the furniture designs for creating an elegant but cozy mood. Best of all, design elements are moving in the direction of sustainability for 2019 and should continue throughout the year.

As November approaches, we can see 2019 design trends is yet to come. From materials to designs, and decorative items to our favorite colors, 2019 trends will all be about creating a vibrant mood. Compact and convertible furniture is creating spaces more living. Bold colors are everywhere: in sofas, on walls and even on ceilings…Best of all terrazzo, is coming back. And it’s not only in the floors, but also in walls, rugs and even shower curtains. And the best news is all of the design elements for the upcoming year will feature sustainability.

Compact ideas

Space is always a big issue when it comes to decorating a home. Working with a small or limited space was much more of a challenge in the past. But now, the goal is to use fewer items and to make the room appear larger. A few helpful tricks are the way to make it happen. For example, add mirrors to the room to give it a larger feel. Or, placing window treatments as close to the ceiling as possible creates the illusion of greater height. With these kinds of arrangements, the space will no longer feel small. In 2019, compact furniture and the right decorative objects in your room will are the way to achieve this goal. As living spaces continue to become smaller in big cities because of the challenges and limitations of land development, it makes sense for designers to begin to change the design aesthetic to include more compact furniture and other related design elements. Because of this, in 2019 we look forward to seeing the appearance of furnishings that can adapt to different spaces and make homes even more livable.

Continued on Hijab In Style’s November 2018 issue…

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