Revitalizing Your Home: The Top Summer Interior Design Trends of 2019
Is your home still sporting carpeted bathrooms or floral wallpaper?
If so, your home may be a victim to a few of the worst design trends in history.
It's hard to stay on top of fleeting design trends.
You don't want something that's outdated in six months.
You want something timeless and trendy at the same time.
Are you thinking about redoing your home's interior this summer?
If so, read on to learn about the top summer interior design trends of 2019.
1. Colored Cabinets
One of the hottest interior design trends of 2019 is colored cabinets.
Recently, open shelving in the kitchen was all the rage. And while we love that light and open look, we don't love being able to see all the contents of your cabinets.
Instead, opt for colored cabinets. Either redo your current cabinets or design new cabinets. You can't go wrong with a deep navy blue or any color that's bold and matte.
This will give your kitchen an updated, unique look to host great dinner parties.
2. Concrete Furniture
If you're looking for a sophisticated interior design trend, consider concrete.
Concrete furniture and finishings and a great touch to any living room, den, or outdoor space. Opt for a concrete sofa table or concrete table top. You don't need to redecorate your whole room to have an upgraded feel.
The great part about concrete furniture is that they are easy to clean and require no upkeep.
3. Bathroom Wall Tiles
Is your bathroom in need of some tender loving care? Forget paint or wallpaper, cover your bathroom walls in tile.
Make a statement with tile around your shower and tub area. Or try a half wall of tile paired with a bold wall color.
Either way, you'll make a statement and create a relaxing place to enjoy your baths.
Tile is a great choice for the bathroom because they are waterproof and easy to clean.
4. Scalloped Shapes
Not everything in your home needs to be modern. We love the scalloped shapes trend from the art-deco era and it's making a huge comeback.
Make a large statement with a chair or bedhead that's scallop-shaped.
If you're looking for a more subtle statement, try a scalloped end table or even a rug.
This isn't a trend you should overdo, so one or two scalloped-pieces work best.
5. A Touch of Gold
Gold decor offers a timeless, classy touch to any room in your home.
Gold fixtures paired with the right light designs can really brighten up any room.
Add gold hardware to your kitchen or try some gold knickknacks for your shelves.
Even switching out your old picture frames to a gold frame makes a huge difference.
Want More Interior Design Trends
You can't go wrong with any of these interior design trends.
Start with one project and watch your home transform.
Or, better yet, talk with a custom design company to get advice from the professionals.
Need help making your interior design dreams come true?
Contact the team at Milestone Design and Development for a consultation.