Looking for new design cues to stylishly update your home? Or are you in need of inspiration to easily refresh any room in your home? Want to see what will be trending in every style-conscious, décor-minded person’s home for the year ahead? Look no further as Pinterest, everyone’s favorite visual resource has just unveiled the top home trends for 2019 and after weighing in with Décor Aid interior designers, these are the 10+ that caught our eye.
With minimalism trending so heavily over the past decade, it was only a matter of time before we saw a shift in the complete opposite direction as clients continue to opt for bolder, more expressive design.
With maximalism you’ll find much more freedom when exploring decorative options, making the design process all the easier. The key though, to getting the look right, is to keep a tight edit and visual balance so your home doesn’t come off as heavy-handed or over stimulating.
With an increase of 763% in searches, modern fireplaces were second on the list for good reason. A contemporary fireplace will always look timeless while adding value to your property.
But best of all, with new innovations, come easier to maintain and use fireplaces that also take up less space.
Geometric Painted Panels
When it comes to interesting paint ideas that’ll easily add character-defining charm to any room in your home, geometric painted panels look fresh and stimulating to say the least.
To get the look right go for a symmetrical look with no more than three complimentary colors for a clean and sophisticated update.
While it was the color of the year a few years ago, Pinterest users continued to gravitate towards mustard yellow décor for fresh inspiration.
Use it to add a pop of color in your home via accessories or even a painted accent wall.
Add instant style in your home with bold and expressive wallpaper ideas that’ll be memorable long after guests have left.
Plus, an intriguing wallpaper will make your home all the more unique and well-judged.
While our interior designers were unanimous over their disdain for all-too-common macrame wall art, there are plenty of brilliant options to bring the trend into your home.
Instead, go for something abstract and pop-inspired to add instant personality in any room.
While they haven’t been used for decades and continue to evoke a vintage-inspired feel, tin panels are one of the easiest and least expensive ways to add tonal texture in your home.
And while we all know how great a tin ceiling looks, tin also makes for ultra-chic backsplash ideas.
With all eyes on sustainability and eco-minded design, a living plant wall is an interesting way of adding greenery throughout your home.
And with kits readily available, you can create your own plant wall easily and inexpensively.
Over the past year, searches for cactus arrangements have increased by 235%, and we can see why. They are easy to care for, are inexpensive, and come in an endless variety of sizes.
Natural Swimming Pools
Designed to not use chlorine while embracing natural landscaping cues, natural swimming pools are a wonderful investment to consider for your home as they evoke an idyllic setting that’ll be enviable for years to come.
Painted Floor Tiles
Of all the top Pinterest home trends, painted floors were hands down the most searched for design images with a whopping increase of 1276%. Which makes sense as painting your floor is one of the least expensive upgrades that’ll have a big impact in your home. And its a great idea for transforming unsightly linoleum.
Images via Pinterest