While it would be impossible to list all of these trends we can summarise a few of the most notable home trends of 2018 which includes the surge in sales of skylights as householders strive to bring more natural light into their homes. We have also seen the continued rise and adoption of smart technology in the home and kitchens have become a lot brighter and bolder as people become more daring with their colour choices for their cooking spaces.
What trends will we be talking about at the end of 2019? After much research and looking into our crystal ball, we are putting our necks on the line and predicting an emergence of the following trends in the New Year…
The favourite colour of this year was Ultra Violet, the provocative and thoughtful purple shade that was announced as Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2018.
Over the next 12 months you can expect to see the Spiced Honey colour everywhere as paint experts’ Dulux recently crowned it as their ‘Colour of the Year’ for 2019.
Dulux have described Spiced Honey as “a warm amber tone, inspired by the beauty and versatility of honey itself.”
If you’d like to spice up your home interior with Spiced Honey, Dulux have produced this guide giving you ideas of how you can incorporate the colour into it.
We often neglect to decorate our ceilings and fully focus our efforts on prettying up our walls and flooring. Well that’s set to change as statement ceilings are due to be all the rage.
Many of the world’s best-known buildings have a statement ceiling inside and when it’s done well it will attract immediate positive attention.
You can make a statement simply by painting the ceiling in a colour that contrasts nicely with accent walls and your choice décor or you can be a bit more elaborate and add a three-dimensional or Geometric design.
There’s going to be some ‘blooming’ nice home interiors in 2019 as floral patterns will be added to living rooms, dining areas etc. up and down the country.
Look out for throws, pillows, bedding and soft furnishings with fancy floral patterns to capitalise on this floral takeover or try and find a floral decorated chair that you can use a sole, striking statement piece.
Avoid going overboard with the florals though as you don’t want them to be too overwhelming and gaudy.
The flush casement window was first created in the 19th Century and is called a ‘flush casement’ because when the window (or sash) is closed,…
We live in hope that this summer will match, or even emulate, the gloriously hot summer we had last year. Even if it fails to…
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