The Best Interior Design Trends in 2019


We’re at the doorsteps of spring, the season of new beginnings and new life. There’s no better time to refresh your home. You can renovate it to parallel the growth and flourishing of mother nature. Here are ways you can pinpoint the best interior design for your home:

Consider the Layout Carefully

The layout is the most important aspect of a successful redesign – how does the design of our room look like at the moment? Do you have lots of space? Do you want your room to be easy to navigate, or do you want to fill it with furniture?

You must take all of this into consideration if you want a room that you’re comfortable spending time in. A smart design will accentuate the furniture that you love the most while driving attention away from boring and cheap furniture. Your room will look much more stylish and chic with the right layout to suit your both practical and aesthetical needs.

Take Colour into Account

Something rarely focused on in interior design is the colour scheme of your room. It’s not enough to separately look at each piece of furniture and see if you like the colour or not.

Colour is extremely important to everything else, and it is one of the central aspects of the interior. Scientists have empirically proven that different colours make us react differently:

  • Black gives off an impression of sophistication and elegance. If you want your interior to look expensive, you should start using more black.

  • Blue gives off a homely ambience and makes you feel more relaxed and comfortable. If it is a room you and your family spend a lot of time in, a blue tint would help to achieve a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

All colours have their own advantages and disadvantages – you should do research and take notice of them when designing your interior.

What Kind of Furniture Do You Already Have?

You have set aside a certain budget for renovation, and you might be tempted to go shopping and spend all of it on two or three high-end, ultra expensive pieces of furniture and just let them sit in the middle of your rooms, but this is a terrible approach if you don’t have a lot of money or don’t want to renovate your whole house.

In the most likely case, you have set out to only renovate parts of your home while leaving the rest intact. Whether it is a modern sideboard, modern tv stand, or a modern corner sofa you are looking to buy, you must not rush it and take your existing furniture into account. You must ensure the modern TV stand has a colour that jives well with your TV and doesn’t look too out of place in your living room. The corner sofa must also match the tables and chest of drawers that are already in the room.

This applies to every type of furniture, so be careful when you buy an item – the biggest and most expensive doesn’t always mean the best.