Top 5 Design Trends that will dominate in 2019


The good part about trends is that is always changing so we can choose the best for our taste. Today Trendbook, bring to you 5 Design Trends that will dominate in 2019. Let’s see which are.

1. Terrazzo walls


Just as statements moved from the wall to the ceilings, a popular 1980s floor covering is moving from the ground to the wall. Back in the 80s, terrazzo was a cement flooring filled in with a mix of random bits of debris. Walls won’t be the only home area decked out with terrazzo. Other terrazzo pieces include lighting fixtures, too.

2. Sage green


In this trend, we include plants too but for that, you read the previous article about that here. The ultimate leader of color trends, Pantone, introduced a vibrant green color, appropriately named “Greenery” back in 2017. But this color will be sticking around well into 2019.

This verdant shade called sage green will find it’s way into home decor via real plants, fake plants, pillows and wall colors.

3. Gallery Walls


Gallery walls and framed prints will take a back seat to wall hangings. Wall hangings aren’t particularly new, but the trend for 2019 will be geometric color block hangings. These can offer a minimal and modern alternative to the typical bohemian wall hangings.

4. Ethnic and tribal patterns


The earth tones and natural wood surfaces are making a comeback in 2019. And what better way to decorate these toned down spaces than with vibrant ethnic and tribal patterns? They’ll look especially bold when they’re made with black, white and caramel colors.

5. Earthy colors


It comes as no surprise that earthy colors will dominate 2019 home decor. After all, earth colors are consistent with four other decor predictions: natural wood, plants, and sage green.

Expect to see warm beige shades, various green hues and more.

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