Mid-Century Inspiration At Its Best with the New 2019 Colour Trends ⇒ As the years go by, there are a lot of changes in the design world. With each year, new colours are brought forward, new materials, new personalities and ideas, new brands and products that revolutionise it. As we get ready for 2019, one thing never changes: the mid-century style still hasn’t gone out of fashion. Timeless and passionate, elegant and sophisticated, Mid-Century is a go-to for interior designers all over the world. But what happens when you mix mid-century with the new colour trends for 2019? Come with us and find out the incredible world created with hand-crafted furniture pieces and the newest colour trends in interior design.
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When we think of mid-century, we think of colour, glamour, elegance and dramatism. We think of families gathered around the living room, a hint of charm in the air, a taste of freedom. Mid-century provides us with that, even after all these years. Now, with a contemporary and modern twist, you get the never-ending and trendy attractiveness of the vintage style but always with a spin, always with the modernity you seek for your home. That brings us right back to colour, one of the most important aspects of the mid-century style. Take Neo Mint or Purist Blue, two of the most awaited colour trends for the year 2019, and watch magic come to life with ease in three simple steps.
First, upholstery with a mix of materials, velvet or maybe a hint of leather if you’re absolutely in love with the classicism of mid-century. The Ellen armchair is always a good option, a comfortable chair that provides you with all the mid-century elements but with a modern charm in its design that is irresistible. Second, colour, easily achievable with Essential Home’s customizable products that allow you to bring colour into your life in the easiest and most aesthetically pleasing way. Third, make it elegant and sophisticated. All it takes is tones of gold, possible with the trendiest materials such as polished brass.
Cantaloupe and Mellow Yellow comes to us this new year in the form of sophisticated leather and incredible golden polished brass. Two of the colour trends for 2019 you will want to apply to your home decor, it is more than just a simple yellow or rich orange… it’s the definition of pop art and the sun rays hitting the window and illuminating that metallic sideboard that has always been your favourite, the one with your most prized framed family pictures. It’s a call for Summer, it’s the memory of glamorous times. These are colours that will forever stay in your heart, warming your soul.
2019 will be all about choosing warmth for the entire family with mid-century pieces that are a miracle. A stunning mirror with golden undertones, reflecting the happiness in your home and elongating it to every person and every division; a classic armchair upholstered in leather, sober and casual, perfect for a zen moment; a side table of incredible duality and harmony, in black and white marble to contrast with the colourful Mellow Yellow and Cantaloupe; and last, but certainly not least, the powerful and hypnotising Monocles sideboard, your new favourite furniture piece, taken straight out of the Hollywood scene into your home in no time.
From Essential Home straight to your living room comes this incredible mid-century inspiration. Laughter fills the air as the sound of popping champagne echoes through the room, a memory of what had been, and what could be in your home. It’s the patterned colourful dresses and navy blue suits of guests having a drink, it’s the twinkling of lights that call out for the glamorous side of the home decor, the sounds of the wonderful jazz music played on the Vynil record player. It’s the memories of chatter all around, of happiness and laughter, of smiles and joy, families coming together and friends gathered once again for a good time.
Now, years later, it’s back. A black leather sofa is a modernity you need to pair so greatly with a vintage rug, a grey patterned beauty as versatile as the rest of the pieces. Konstantin side table stands with pride next to the sofa, a piece of design that mixes the best of mid-century with a contemporary twist. Years later, it’s the memories of the past mixing with the present and the future, it’s all at once in your home, bringing what’s best in the world of design right to your doorstep.
Fill your life with colour with the newest trends. Essential Home brings you the feel of the mid-century vintage in true works of art, in the form of furniture pieces that are handcrafted by master artisans that deliver the highest quality of design directly to your home. It’s not only just pieces of colour, trendy materials and incredible design, but also with identity, soul and history. As you sit back on that armchair or sofa, set your drink aside on that centre or side table, lay down on the upholstered bed or even enter your home and step on that patterned coloured rug, and you are taken a trip back in time. When decorating your home, these are the kind of pieces that you should be looking for.
When decorating the living room, let your focus point be the centre table, the centre of the room, the one that will harmonise the remaining pieces. Whether bold or simple, you will find it dictating the tone for the rest of the space. The Craig centre table brings you the best of the trendiest materials for 2019, marble and polished brass come together for a unique piece that you just won’t be able to resist. Pair it with a velvet sofa and armchair, comfortable for the whole family, as well as a patterned rug, and you are ready to conquer the world… or at least your guests’ hearts.
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