A look at 2019’s top Interior Design Trends by some top Luxury Brands
Spring is here so it’s time for you to feel inspired by some of the best 2019 interior design trends brought to you by the some of the top luxury brands. Are you ready to give your interior decor the makeover and inspiration it deserves?
Setting trends, Jonathan Adler uses Gold Accents, the latest interior design trend for 2019, to redecorate his home accessories. Who wouldn’t love to have a golden touch at the table? 1948 Dinnerware is a chic and classic porcelain dinnerware on a generous scale and a friendly coupe shape with a surprising splatter of solid gold.
With its all-over splatter pattern, the dinner plate is like a sparkly neutral while the other pieces are embellished with a bold composition. Our 1948 dinnerware is the perfect balance of timeless and today, formal and fresh, uptown and downtown. Your dining table deserves some quiet luxury with a splash of panache. This dinnerware is dishwasher safe up to 500 washes so it’s formal enough for a holiday table but hardworking for every day.
Brass and Gold are your go-to metals at the moment. The adventurous ways theses finishes are being used is the reason behind the focus on this trend that dominates this space. This is a trend that goes well on everything and in every space: on your bathroom, in the kitchen, the living room or even on your entryway. And thinking on that, Jonathan Adler has created Talitha Waterfall Console with a hand-stamped nickel-plated metal on wood and with a high gloss lacquer coating it.
The high-stamped patterns applied to a minimalist and modernist form are what truly distinguishes this luxury piece of furniture. Its surface is reminiscent of a silver leaf, which emits an exquisite lustrous glow. Besides the precious materials that are part of it, as expected, this console is extremely durable – or wasn’t it made by the luxury brand it is. Talitha Waterfall Console will give that extra glamour to your entryway or a bit of twinkly glamour behind a sofa perfect for your downtown loft.
Fitzroy Sofa, by the Portuguese luxury brand Brabbu, is inspired in Mount Fitz Roy, a mountain in Patagonia, whose name is a tribute to Robert FitzRoy, the captain of the ship that transported Charles Darwin in his travel around the world. This curved sofa, with its back inspired in the outstanding mountain shape, is fully upholstered in cotton velvet and the base is in matte casted brass. Fitzroy Sofa will add an organic element to any living room set.
If you follow Thomas O’Brien rules, you just have to mix wood, natural elements with a soft, white palette to get a practical space – of course, otherwise, we wouldn’t be talking about Thomas O’Brien – that will just double its own size.
The smaller the room, the bigger the rug – that’s the rule you should always follow, according to Bunny Williams Home. Otherwise, if we’re talking about a larger room, you can have more than one rug, as long as it fits the furniture groups. When there’s less fabric to compete with – as in dining rooms, for example, you can bet on bold, extravagant carpets.
All around the globe, HBA elevates luxury, comfort and innovation. The company’s international presence, depth of experience, and detailed industry knowledge enable them to identify interior design trends at their source, make definitive predictions about new directions and innovations, and influence design standards at a global level.
A modernist approach was used on the Hilton Wenchang, an interior design project completed in 2015. The masterpiece ends up being the oversize chandelier, which serves as the heart of the property. Ample seating is provided to meet the current need for community spaces in hotels where guests can work or socialize in an open environment. Darker materials were utilized to enhance the contrast with the exterior, which is lush and green.
Yabu Pushelberg is an international design company, with studios in Toronto, SoHo, and New York. It was founded in 1980 by Glenn Pushelberg and George Yabu. The teams are focused on the design and project management of personnel specialised in interior, furniture and product design, for the hospitality and retail industries. The company also does residential projects.
Amore Pacific New York is one of its latest interior design projects that follow and elevates 2019 interior design trends. The exquisite marble used in the bathrooms, the natural elements and
The Getty Residence, designed by Peter Marino, reunites some of the most coveted 2019 interior design trends: the neon colours, in the chairs, the velvet, the larger rugs, the big open windows, and, of course, the natural elements.
A round large mirror with a gold frame made from brass cords in artistic motifs, gilded in 18k gold, intricately handcrafted by one of ancient and richest jewellery making techniques known called Filigree. The richness of Filigree Ring lies within its detailed jewellery expression. A precious piece of art that pays tribute to the finest craftsmanship, ideal for a unique and exclusive home.
Big open spaces: that’s the major trend followed by Marmol Radziner in his in-progress project Quay Tower. Big windows surrounding all the apartment, a neutral palette – with just a small pop of colour. Besides that, Marmol Radziner had also incorporated in the interior’s marble – an obligatory element for anyone that wants to be in vogue in what concerns interior design trends this year.
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Dusk blue everywhere: that’s the main theme of this interior design project and what actually connects the pieces on it. The dusk blue rug, with the walls on the same colour, create the perfect ambience.
The Florence collection by Essential Home joins two of trendiest characteristics in just one luxury furniture piece. The gold accent and the velvet goodness of the bestsellers make this armchair, of high-quality craftsmanship, perfect for any living room or bedroom corner. It will bring you comfort and cosiness for two, with all the style of mid-century modern style.
With Spring here, and Summer starting to make its first appearances nothing better than review some design trends for outdoors! And that’s exactly what Michael S. Smith brings us. In his residential project, Desert Oasis, in Palm Springs, California, the top luxury brand has mixed some of the most influent design trends for 2019 ending up creating a luxury outside – and interior – ambience.
Whether it is the side of the bed you wake up on to who does the cooking in your home or the feel of a texture that exudes elegance on a luxury yacht, meticulous attention to detail creates a completely bespoke design that is both practical and luxurious while emphasising the atmosphere you want to achieve – that’s the main characteristic of the British interior design.
On her latest project, Kelly Hoppen used the neutral palette to enhance the spaces she was working on. The contrast between the black and the different tones of white give a luxury statement to this commercial project in London. Gold accents are also present, but this time only on the bathrrom, providing it a glamorous touch.
Tristan Auer’s style is eclectic, near the approach designers of the 20th century. He knows how to navigate between periods, from baroque to contemporary, and do tailor-made as a tailor.
In his residential project – Pigalle – Tristan Auer has guided himself through 2019 interior design trends. The colours – with living coral in the bedroom – the patterns – with floral fabrics in the living room – and the mid-century furniture that completes the look.
Among many other novelties, Alberto Pinto Studio launched the Mana Sofa – a versatile sofa that looks great indoor or outdoor, as you prefer. Its materials are resistants and the neutral, primary colours don’t get attached to the ambience, eventually standing out in the room. You can decorate this luxury piece of furniture with cushions and give it a more comfortable, luxury and indoor look, or let the brass speak for itself and get a glamorous outdoor look.
Liaigre has exclusive, glamorous furniture. As oak is a big trend for 2019, the Console Orion is a statement piece you can’t miss. The black colour will make it stand out in a white division and its clean lines give it a glamorous touch.
Garden Layers is a collection of rugs, mats, roll pillows, cushions, Indian bed and side tables by the Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola. She inspired in her trip to India, where she was captivated by the delicacy and harmony of Mughal architecture. From that, an amazing outdoor collection was born. Gardens, terraces and miniatures ignited her imagination, inspiring a new collection which, from the very first moment, intended to elevate gardens and outdoor spaces. The oriental influence in this collection is obvious an invitation for the user to lie back, relax and be comfortable on the rugs and mats, among roll pillows and cushions.
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