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2018 is almost over! So it’s right about time to focus on the ultimate interior design trends for 2019! We bring you some examples that not even an Italian designer will ignore.
A tendency which was observed (particularly during this year’s Milan Design Week) was that people have a growing tendency to prefer unusual products. Traditional organic materials, like wood, glass, and stone won’t lose their value. The retro trend is still going to be trendy in 2019.
Seeing the tendencies mentioned in the last paragraph, many designers and architects are starting to create pieces with natural materials. The main goal of this is having many functionalities as well as figuring out smart forms to create harmony with nature.
So sit back, relax and check out some examples of trends you definitely should look out for in 2019 even in Italy (and more specifically in Milan)!
Marble tables will definitely stay trendy at the design scene and are possible to find a more casual and simple way to use this praised luxurious material.
As you can see, not only is this apartment full of colour but also has space entwines bold contemporary with retro with inspiration from nature and its reflections.
Terrazzo flooring is very present in its beauty and it’s going to be a strong trend next year. The coloured glass partitions and the metal lattices only enhance the strong visual impact of this good example of interior design.
This variation of the colours introduces warmth and a strong statement to the decor composition. The energizing statement of the bold red and the blubbery inspired will satisfy a variety of tastes. This works out for both those who want to look for strong sensations, but also to those who prefer the calmer and softer expression for their ambience.
This architect combined flexible structure arrangements, bold and strong colours to purify and simplify the expression of concrete and contemporary. As you can see the large central piece of furniture proves that it is possible to put together multiplicity and modern life in interior decoration.