What are the trends that will be the best in 2019 in decoration and interior design? What colours will be the most used? What new ideas are waiting for us?
This is the fun of changing numbers in the calendar: The new bets and aspirations that augur a lot of news!
We have been at the Maison & Objet in Paris, as well as in Madrid at Intergift exposing our novelties and seeing all the interior design proposals that were being breathed.
We tell you our impressions!
1. VELVET STAYS
Velvet remains the protagonist in the decoration for this 2019. We’ve seen it this past season, but it comes back again and harder. Elegant and sophisticated, it comes with more daring and contemporary designs.
More and more vivid and strong colours like dark blues, mustards, greens, roses… are going to be a trend for this new year!
2. BUBBLE LAMPS
This proposal has been present in Paris, at the Maison & Objet Fair, as well as in Intergift Madrid. It is a constellation of lights that comes to decorate the home with its irresistible trend.
There are vertical, perfect to place the dining room, next to the sofa, or in the bedroom or dressing to bring warmth to the stay.
The pendants usually consist of several joined lights that provide a very sophisticated touch. They are ideal for illuminating large eaters as the set brings a lot of light and fills any space. Horizontally they are ideal for placing on the dining table or on the bedside tables.
With its use we managed to give a touch of elegance, sophistication and personality to the home.
3. FLORAL WALLPAPER
Flowers gain prominence this year again. In wallpapers and in textiles will be able to fill in colour any space of a home.
Both the most classic and the most contemporary and modern designs will be taken.
1. LIVING CORAL
So is the colour of 2019 chosen by Pantone. The living coral or live coral, intense yet soft. It is a tone that fills us with warmth and optimism.
Attentive because from now on the Living Coral will land in multiple sectors such as fashion, interior decorating and industrial design.
It is a tonality that moves between salmon, red and orange. A cheerful colour, fresh and, above all, easy to combine and assimilate.