2019 Decor Trends

2019 Decor Trends

Comfort is trending for 2019, a consensus of home decorators agree, with more people seeking warm colours, intimate spaces, and a casual but sophisticated lifestyle.

Designers looking to pair physical coziness with emotional comfort forecast these trending decor trends:

Scaled down furnishings – After years of favouring large furniture and open spaces, consumers are aiming for a ‘nesting’ environment and choosing smaller pieces arranged in more intimate settings. There’s a definite return to rounded edges, especially in furniture with big, soft, rounded arms.

Wall coverings – The return to traditionalism brings with it a return to wallpaper, fabric wall coverings and murals – and expect to see plenty of rich shades of green in fabric and wallpaper patterns.

Colour changes – While blues and indigos have been huge in recent years, green is the new blue for 2019 and is likely to be used in everything from upholstery patterns to kitchen furnishings.

Colour ‘pops’ – Yellow is the hottest colour for small accents, from ceramics to lamps to sofa pillows. There’s also a trend toward ditching beige minimalism in favour of fun colours, especially in family-friendly spaces.

Warm woods and traditional styles – Antiques and even second-hand items are having their moment again, with consumers looking for skirted tables, wooden chests and other wood pieces with a sense of history.

Indoor and outdoor fireplaces – The trend toward coziness leads to indoor fireplaces, working or not, with homey hearths as a nice spot to gather. Outdoors, fireplaces are also preserving a sense of happy summertime barbecues.

Crafts and artisanal accents – In a world of increasingly mass production, there’s a move back to crafting, and to artisanal or boutique choices in pillows, wall hangings, quilts, and other accent pieces all around the home.


Bold Art – With the wide array of wallcoverings that are now front of the line in design, Bold Art is back. That means saying goodbye to your “Live Love Laugh” signs…. thankfully.  Bold patterns and colours on the walls will help create a uniquely yours room.



Brass is Back –  Goodbye stainless … hello, brass and brass accents. Welcome home. Brass is warm and subtle for today’s casual yet sophisticated decor. One of the positives of brass is that goes with all colour tones. Give your pastel living room and update by adding a handsome brass floor lamp.