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Jan 22

This Year’s Top Interior Design Trend Is ...

Posted by Nicole King on Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Maximalism! This movement of “more is more” is a reaction to the minimalism of the past. This year, people desire more depth, drama, and personal expression of uniqueness through interior decorating.

Here are 5 things to love about 2019’s top design trend!

Bold Color

Color palettes are moving from cool grays and dark woods to more vibrant colors, particularly in jade greens and rich teals, navy, and bright coral. Some designers are embracing high contrast using black and white color schemes, especially in kitchens and bathrooms. It’s a great time to spice up your color palette!

Fun Shapes & Patterns

The sleek lines of minimalist style are yielding to the softening effects of curvy shapes in seating, tables, light fixtures, and accent pieces. Geometric shapes expand into backsplashes, flooring, and even ceilings. Traditional, global, and tribal patterns all offer exciting accents and Overall, we see 2019 as the year for big, bold patterns to create excitement!

Layered Luxury

Maximalism shifts away from the cool finishes of stainless steel and brushed nickel. This year, mixed metals, textured silver, brass, and gold accents bring an element of comfort and warmth to our designs. The use of velvet upholstery and rugs layered together (yes, really) take textures new levels of luxury. It that’s too much for you, a bar cart is sure to add a touch of glamour to your space.


Yes, green living can contribute to maximalist design. First, it seamlessly incorporates your favorite vintage furniture and bohemian accent pieces, keeping quality items in use and out of the waste stream. Additionally, furnishings and fixtures made from upcycled or sustainable materials bring eco-conscious value with their beauty. To put just a hint of sustainability into your space, bring the outdoors in with natural fibers, lots of living plants, or leafy prints.


While decluttering may seem in opposition to “more is more,” decorating with things you love isn’t going anywhere. Choosing colors, textures, patterns, and accents that mean something to you is a timeless element of design.

The return of maximalism in 2019 gives us a ton of freedom to express our individual tastes, values, and character. Our designers are skilled at drawing out your uniqueness and helping you select the pieces that express it through a beautiful space. Call or stop by to explore how to include these trends in your decor through furniture, fabric, rugs, or accent pieces.