Discover our opinion on notable interior design trend 2019. Find out what the leading interior designers had to say on what’s in and what’s out for 2019.
Today we all bored and tired of the plain and spartan heavily trending design style minimalism prevailing over the past decade. It was only a matter of time before we would see the shift in the opposite direction. Finally, the table has turned and pale and laconic Nordic style with its straight lines and driftwood is giving the way to more festive and homey interiors. More and more people are creating their unique space using a large variety of personalized items.
Maximalism is looking to bring more eclectic and transitional items to give endless freedom and make your interior anything but plain and boring. With maximalism, you’ll have much more options to follow your instinct which in turn. With it, the design process is getting so much easier. The key to warm maximalism right is to keep a well-judged edit and visual consistency so your efforts don’t appear as heavy-handed or over stimulating. Instead, stick to no more than three contrasting colors, patterns, and finishes for a more timeless take on maximalism that won’t feel dated or tiring anytime soon.