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Discover 2019’s Top Home Trends

Top Trends

Discover 2019’s top home trends, with our round up below.

1. New Minimal

Minimal Decor

Minimal Decor

In a complex world, the tendency toward simplifications is becoming increasingly valued by customers. Now, our belongings and interior spaces are following suit. Pure forms in neutral colour palettes help us to feel lighter—without sacrificing comfort—at a time in which space itself is a true luxury.

2. Footloose and Fancy Fringe

Fringe detail on bar lamps

Fringe detail on bar lamps

Echoes of a festive and luxurious era make this basis of another of 2019’s top home trends. Art Deco and the roaring 20s are making a comeback, joyfully renewing our living spaces. They allow us to reveal our own personality through colours that are decidedly bold and anything but subtle.

3. Return to Craftmanship

Dektonhenge by Apparatu

Dektonhenge by Apparatu

Appreciation for the artisan is clearly on the rise. Tactile and organic shapes are back in the spotlight. It gives us a chance to relax and unplug from the (too many) hours spent in the digital world. New craftsmanship, always with a twist, has arrived to reconnect us with our most authentic values.

4. Thinking Green

A living wall

A ‘living wall’

2019’s top home trends wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the bid for flourishing green spaces and evocative pieces. Pastoral ambience that turns our day-to-day into a true anti-stress therapy. Gardens are no longer relegated to the outdoors. They invade our homes replete with positive intentions, and we don’t even need to remember to water them.

5. Minimalist Decor

Mirrored dressing room

A chic mirrored dressing room

They say that true happiness is nothing more than a state of one’s soul being liberated from the weight of things. Decoration has signed up for the joyous task of making the house feel lighter by playing with slim furnishings, and glass objects, metallic finishes, or soft fabrics.


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