Interior Design Trends To Watch Out For In 2019

Welcome the new year with fresh ideas for your home design and decorating.

Updated on January 14, 2019 8:01 am

Catherine Zhang

Interior Design Trends To Watch Out For In 2019

As we usher in the new year, we will be seeing a fresh take on interior design trends. If you are considering renovation this year, it will be helpful for you to know the hottest in design and decorating to keep your home updated.

2019 is going to have some fantastic home design trends and we’ll see more of them as each day unfolds. Here are some of the hottest items this year:

1. Expect to see more natural elements.

This year, we are moving toward using more natural materials such as stone, copper, concrete, and granite. These elements will surely bring an organic and rustic touch to any space while connecting it to the surroundings.

2. Multi-purpose convertible storage units to save up on floor space


As space becomes more limited in Singapore, more Singaporean homeowners have already seen the benefits of convertible pieces of furniture. Benches and beds that double as storage spaces will be expected to gain popularity.

3. Warm hues will be on the spotlight.


AkzoNobel’s Colour of the Year (Spiced Honey) and Pantone’s Colour of the Year (Living Coral) are both warm hues that will add sophistication, elegance, a bit of playful creativity, and warmth to any home. Don't worry, the feel-good caramel and coral tones of these colours are timeless and classic.

4. And so is greenery…

Shades of green will complement natural materials. May it be mint, olive, sage, or lime, go ahead and incorporate these lively yet calming hues in your home. One quick and easy way to introduce this colour is by putting an indoor plant.

5. Custom built-ins are here to stay.


Aside from pieces of furniture as storage shelves, we will also see more homes with custom built-ins. Asfloor space in some homes are getting smaller, Singaporeans will need more ways to maximise tight corners for storage.

6. Eye-catching bathrooms


Singaporeans are now paying more attention to their bathrooms. This year, consider having eye-catching details in your bathroom such as a graphic backsplash, unconventional vanity, or vintage sink. Don’t go overboard with the details though or your space will look tacky and cluttered.

7. A variety of textures


2019 gives us an opportunity to explore a variety of materials. Aside from the natural elements, this year is also promising for sophisticated materials including hardwood, leather, velvet, to name a few.

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