2019 Home Decor Trends
Photography by Megan and Luke Pettipoole on Design Sponge

Good news folks! No matter if interior fashion is something you flinch from or faithfully follow, the recurring theme throughout this year’s predicted trends is something we can all agree on, individualism. Rather than jumping on the bandwagon, 2019 is setting out to be all about getting your own bandwagon, decorating it with your most treasured knickknacks and riding off into the sunset. From maximalism to eco-chic, clashing prints to luxury bed linen, here's our guide to bringing personality, not predictability, to your home.

Sumptuous Slumbers

Savour your sweet dreams by using the luxe look to bring a touch of decadence to your bedroom. Instead of cluttering the space with too much furniture, pick a statement-making piece to be the focus. Whether you opt for a glamorous chandelier, gilded dresser or velvet armchair, make sure it has a notable feature, such as a unique shape, impressive height or elegant upholstering. Emperor size bedding and canopy beds are another sure-fire way to increase the glam factor, while surrounding yourself with soft textures - sumptuous throws, pillows and rugs - in dusky pinks and smoky greys will instantly make a room look, and feel, like a million dollars.

See our Luxury Bedroom Ideas Pinterest Board.

Our Very Faves

Duchess Chesterfield Bed

Duchess Chesterfield Bed

Introduce old Hollywood glamour into your bedroom with this Chesterfield-style upholstered headboard and sleep chicly.

Zeus Chandelier

Zeus Chandelier

Drift off beneath the cascading light of this spectacular brass and glass chandelier.

Luxury Bedding

Luxury Bedding

For a royal rest, our best of the best luxury bedding with a smooth sateen finish brings five-star quality to your home.

Sustainable Style

With the environment suffering catastrophe after catastrophe, it’s no surprise we’re all trying to become more conscious consumers. Decorating your home needn’t cost the Earth. Reclaiming, reusing and recycling is becoming the norm and choosing ethically-sourced products, such as hand-crafted homeware and natural textiles, is a no brainer. The popularity of furniture made from fast-growing plants is bamboo-ming making swapping from plastic, polyester and particleboard to jute, rattan and wicker easier than ever.

See our Eco-Friendly Interiors Pinterest Board.

Our Very Faves

Hembury Chair

Hembury Chair

An eco-twist on the fibreglass Eames chair, this design classic is made from solid wool. Yes, solid wool! Baa-rmy.

Extra Large Alibaba Basket

Extra Large Alibaba Basket

Made by highly skilled women in Senegal, these baskets are hand woven using skills passed down from grandmother to granddaughter.

Hyve Display Unit

Hyve Display Unit

Once a mango tree has stopped producing fruit, the wood is used by artisans to build Fairtrade furniture.

Peppy Palettes

Rip up the rulebook and reach for a paintbrush, colours straight out of a crayon box are no longer just for the kids’ room. To boost a room’s energy (and your mood), give up greige and go mad for whimsical wallpaper, playful pigments and happy hues. Don’t be shy! Confident colours are easily tempered with neutral layers and tons of texture, and remember, whites bring out the best in brights.

Wall murals are another way to add texture, colour and instant wow to your living space. When integrating a feature wall into your scheme, make sure the design is included in other elements of the room, for example, in rugs, lampshades and cushions.

See our Bold Wallpaper Prints Pinterest Board.

Our Very Faves

Punchinello

Punchinello

This striking harlequin patterned paper is a nostalgic nod to childhood fairy tales.

Lagoon Wallpaper

Lagoon Wallpaper

Created by award-winning design studio, Lucy Tiffney, this paper is blooming with verdant greenery and a tropical palette.

Custom Wallpaper Maps

Custom Wallpaper Maps

Pick your city, choose your colours and Point Two Design will custom-print a wallpaper map in intricate detail and with incredible precision.

More is More

Instead of striving for perfection, strive for personalisation and make maximalism your mantra. This look is all about combining creative-expression with careful curation to make a beautifully layered and interesting home that reflects who you are. Plus, if you and your partner often clash over styles, mashing-up aesthetics, shapes, colours, texture and finishes is the perfect compromise.

Ace maximalism by picking up eclectic finds on your travels and tying together unlikely items like modern art in a baroque frame or soft, homey furnishings with a battered industrial lantern. Just remember this one easy rule; if you love it, display it.

See our Maximalist Interiors Pinterest Board.

Our Very Faves

Malachite Rings Vase

Malachite Rings Vase

Add a twinkle to any table top with this art deco meets avant-garde vase from potter and designer, Jonathan Adler.

The Feather Lamp

The Feather Lamp

While maybe a tad over your budget, this exquisite lamp is sure to can-can its way into your heart and your home.

Tell us if you're game for going bigger and bolder in your home this year, we love hearing from you.

Lizzy x