Trendbook: Bold Interior Decor Style Trends To Try In 2019⇒ TrendBook forecasts future trends for the Home and Interiors. This tool explains how trends grow, evolve and flow; helping perceive and understand how they will interact with our daily life. Today CovetED will show you four of them.
The Mid-century style is that design trend that never really fades away. Designers such as Charles and Ray Eames, Harry Bertoia or Arne Jacobsen created iconic furniture and lighting that are still highly coveted. This movement can be seen in architecture, interiors and graphic design and it is best known for the use of simple forms in furniture, organic influences and emphasis on function.
For people that love colours, Maximalism is the go-to style. This trend is characterised by the use of bold colours, luxurious fabrics and a mix of metallics and patterns. With this style, the more artwork the better as the key is to strive for personalization. Maximalism is all about saying yes to the items that you love and express your true self in a room.
We expect the Art Deco influence to become more prominent in the coming year, inspiring both textile design and interiors. Angular forms, exotic materials and linear decoration characterise the Art Deco design. Certain materials pop up in this style like stainless steel, chrome or glass and even more expensive ones such as ebony, marble, and rare woods are extensively used as well.
This trend is reminiscent of the cubism art movement pioneered by Pablo Picasso. With cool colours and quirky abstract lines when applied to interiors, this decor style can be used to create changes of perspective in a room. Bold geometric patterns with hard angles and a clear preference for symmetry are essential in this refreshing interior style.
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