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11 of the hottest home and interior design trends for Spring/Summer 2019

on March 13, 2019 . 0 Comments.

The main theme for home interiors for 2019 is for more sustainability and natural materials. When it comes to decoration for homes the main emphasis is on choosing designs that are classic and longer lasting, with of course some pretty colours to embrace.

1.70s Scandi:

 

This is quite a pared-back look evolved around simplicity and a bright colour palette. 1970’s Scandi has a graphic feel with geometric prints, earthy colours and natural materials. Less is more with this look, no need to over clutter however a few accessories such as planters and statement lighting add a nice touch to this trend. 

Shop the look: Fulton small sideboard, £179, mirror, £20, Mala dome 1 light fitting, £42, Doria twisted string table lamp, £32, 3-seater Prague sofa, £349, Breckton stripe throw, £30, roots stripe cushion, £16, textured cushion, £20, Fulton coffee tables, set of 2, £119 Dunelm

HOM Loves:

Geo Moroccan Bright  £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre

Midi Metro Crackle Teal £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre  

2. Recycled Kitchen:

 

As mentioned sustainability is key this year and you will start to see this come through in all your favourite homeware stores. This kitchen is made from recycled wood and covered with a plastic foil made from recycled PET Bottles and the end result is a great looking kitchen that also ticks another trend – Darker Kitchens. Team this look with wooden worktops, brass traps and plants. 

Shop the look: KUNGSBACKA kitchen, Ikea 

HOM Loves: Laos £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre 

 

Carrera Mix £12.99 per tile, £142.89 per square metre 

3. Beautiful Textures:

This is a beautiful tactile trend based around slow living, highlighting natural materials.  This trend is all about creating a cosy, homely feel by mixing your textures with tactile throws and cushions.  French Connection has launched a bedding range incorporating natural substrates, raw materials and hand finished techniques. 

Shop the look: Mexico woven bedding, from £75 for a double, Shani tassel cushion, £45, hammered mango tray, £20, luxe medium glass, £5, French Connection 

HOM Loves: 

Chelsea £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre 

 

Dubai £12.99 per tile, £142.89 per square metre 

  

4. Mix and Match Pattern: 

     

To counter the minimalist look, pattern is also key this season, using a combination of patterns and styles together. The key is to keep the colour palette in the same tone, eg here you can see everything blends in with the same tone, nothing stands out. The plain furniture, floor boards,  and coffee table acts as a blank canvas, the rug and wallpaper pulls the look together. 

Shop the look: Speckled table lamp, £55, artisan hammered metal side table, £89, Brigette chair, £199, mark making geo cushion, £9, melody two seater sofa, £449, soft terrazzo cushion, £19, mineral texture cushion, £22, Kempsford mirror, £185, tranquil storage coffee table, £169, Epsom terrazzo print rug from £15, white ribbed vase, £6, Boutique industrial texture wall paper, £18 per roll. JD Williams 

HOM Loves: 

Rose Gold Elysee £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre 

    

Shoreditch £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre  

   

5.Mustard: 

 

Mustard has been the go-to shade over the warmer months. However, there is now a move from small pops of mustard to larger pieces which add a bold, refreshing burst of colour to our homes.  Mustard is a versatile shade which works well with pink, team, indigo blue and crisp white, creating a more fresh look. 

Shop the look: Belgrave bespoke large sofa in Harriet mustard fabric, £1,899, Leona floral cushion in yellow, £0, Design Project by John Lewis No.16, cushion in achre, £35, rib knit cushion in mustard, £25, easy-to-fit Lyssa rattan celling shade in natural, £60, Esempio round coffee table, £399, Wedgwood Wonderlust Tonquin cup and saucer set in yellow/multi, £45, Wedgewood Wonderlust Tonquin bowl in yellow/multi, Dia. 11cm, £35, littalo Aalto vase in clear, £131, LSA International pleat tealight holder in amber, £20, LSA INternation Flower Colour bud vase in amber £15, Philppe Starck for Kartell Tip Top table, £174, Wendy Morrison for john  Lewis Stork rug, in yellow, £595, all John Lewis Mustard paint, £54 for 2.5 litres Neptune  

HOM Loves:

Geo Moroccan Large £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre 

   

Ibiza £12.99 per tile, £142.89 per square tile  

   

6. Mid- Century: 

 

Sleek lines, tapered table legs and simplicity are key ingredients to mid-century design. This trend has longevity and suits a minimalist home. Use limited accessories and limited colour palette to let the shapes own the room.  

Shop the look: Bates yellow and green pendant lights, £40 each Lincoln dining table, £495, Tiles flatweave rug, £150, Oregon grey and natural cord dining chair, £160, terracotta, grey and black plates and bowls from the Inara range, from £6, Sadie splattered serving bowl, £35 all Habitat.   

HOM Loves:

Midi Metro Crackle Pistachio £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre 

 

Midi Metro Crackle Teal  £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre  

   

7. Homespun Style Ceramics: 

 

Organic style ceramics with subtle patterns and artisanal elements will be popular this summer.  The main colours for this trend are natural plus blush pink and jet black. 

Shop the look: Cage easy fit pendant, £45, cereal bowls, set of 2, £10, melamine bowls, set of 4, £10, dinner plates, set of 4, £10, side plates, set of 4, £0, embossed jug, £12, patterned vase, £20, dipping bowls, set of 3, £10, cutlery 16pc, £35, all Debenhams  

HOM Loves:

Carrara Brick £12.99 per tile, £142.89 per square metre 

 

Brighton New £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre 

 

8. Open Shelving:

  

Kitchen trends are moving away from having everything hidden away to having your items on show for example have some jugs of different shapes and sizes for pasta, cereal, oats etc.  Kitchens are now having cabinetry in the base units allowing walls to remain open and bright. 

Shop the look: Grey Linear Kitchen, from £18,000 Harvey Jones. 

HOM Loves:

Diftwood £14.99 per tile, £179.88 per square metre 

    

Quartz Linear £15.99 per tile, £175.89 per metre 

  

9. Raw and Unfinished:

Classic designs such as shutters, tables, chairs and other furniture will be more sustainable that opting for styles that are more ‘disposable’.  Shop for well made pieces with an unfinished look that will stand the test of time. 

Shop the look: Full height shutters in natural, from £166 per sq m, California Shutters; Rebecca oak table, £420, Perch & Parrow; Issie easy-to-fit ceiling share by John Lew; Wishbone chair in natural, £159, My Haus. 

HOM Loves:

Mekong £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre 

   

Newquay £14.99 per tile, £494 per square metre 

  

10. Scallioped Shapes:

   

Scalloped shaped accessories such as chairs, bedheads, basins and tiles are all key pieces to this look. This trend backs us back to the art deco era where Scalloped edges where on dresses, mirrors and decorative accessories. The colours are bold so team with prints and patterns for a decorative look. 

Shop the look: Depp achre velvet chair, £750, Ella James  

HOM Loves:

Teardrops £12.99 per tile, £168.87 per square metre 

 

Greenwich £2.99 per tile, £32.89 per square metre 

11. Living Coral:

  

Pantone’s colour of 2019 is Living Coral, a warm nurturing shade that is set to energise and enliven out homes. Crown have also brought our their own shade a called Powdered Clay.  Living Coral brings warmth to any room, the palette works well with soft chalky colours or for a pop of colour add bright oranges and reds. 

Shop the look:  Powdered Clay easy clean emulsion, from £14 for 2.5ltrs, Crown

HOM Loves:

Copper Elysee £14.99 per tile, £164.89 per square metre 

  

Copper Luxe £15.99 per tile, £175.89 per square metre 

With Thanks to House Beautiful 

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