5 Interior Colors For 2019 That Will Transform Your Home
At Bob’s Upholstery and Design Center, we stay up-to-date on the latest trends in home décor. We want to provide our clients with the most modern options and keep a pulse on what’s really popping in the home décor market. Here’s a roundup of the 5 interior colors for 2019 that are on trend and were featured at the Stockholm Furniture Fair, which is often a great indicator of what’s to come.
Here's our list of the trending interior colors to transform your home in 2019
After seeing warm jewel tones take over the scene last year, the pendulum is now swinging in the opposite direction with soft pastels. Lilac and lavender are taking over the reign after the vibrant ultraviolet that dominated the market this year.
Soft pinks are also trending in furniture pieces, fabrics and the color of interior walls. The soft pastels are being used as a new neutral where you can see an interior hallway painted completely in primrose pink or tea rose. A home office may be covered in these colors, providing a soft backdrop for a work environment. Pillows, curtains, and accessories create a cohesive backdrop.
Avocado, Celery, and Celadon
Part of the new trend is a throwback to a retro era, featured in 70s inspired furniture collections that are part of international furniture fairs. You can expect to find light shades of avocado, celery, celadon and mint green colors. The darker green trend has evolved into these softer hues.
Another color that is popping for 2019 is a milky white ice cream color. This color is layered in rooms on walls and accessories. This color helps combine the newest trends with established décor choices. Mix this soft color with warmer hues, such as terracotta and chocolate. You can also throw in some nude shades like beige or gray for a charming color palette.
Another nod to the 70s, peach orange is making a return. Today, it combines beautifully with the still trending metals like gold and brass that are featured in fixtures and accessories. It also blends seamlessly with trending patterns and textures like marble and terrazzo. Because of the softer hue, infusing your space with this color can make other accessories and features pop.
There you have it. These are the 5 interior colors for 2019 that are on trend. Which colors are you feeling the most? Leave us a comment below to let us know.
I love the look of peach tones and the green shades you mentioned, especially paired with brushed gold accents. I have been wanting to repaint my living room for a while, and I think I’ll go with a peachy accent wall. A milky cream color on the rest of the walls would provide enough contrast against the orange while still looking harmonious.
I’m glad that milky white colors are currently in style, as they are so versatile for decorating. And I completely agree with you that milky white looks great with both warm colors and grey tones. It is definitely something I am considering for my redecorating project.