Are you currently thinking about giving your home a new look but still have not yet decided on what style to follow? Well, 2019 offers a lot of fresh interior design trends that you can definitely follow, as today’s home interior ideas draw inspiration from almost all things bright and bold-a big jump from the basic, modern, and minimalist fads that have dominated the yesteryears.
What should you be looking at when it comes to 2019’s best interior design Singapore trends? Here are some inspirations that have made the cut:
1. Floral fabrics and prints.
If you may have noticed, vintage florals have started their way back into the style mainstream since 2018, and it seems like they are here to stay. If you are looking for a classy yet old-fashioned look for you home, you may want to check out floral prints such as roses and peonies for wall décor, wallpaper, or linens. You can also use these as accents on living room and dining room tables.
Floral prints are best in either monochrome or watercolor/pastel shades on white or light colored backdrops, especially when you want to brighten up your home space.
2. Nature-inspired shades and furniture.
Green and wood have likewise become a favorite among the best interior design in Singapore, and this can be attributed to the ongoing green revolution. And yes, there are furniture pieces made of lighter wood materials such as bamboo that are now suitable for urban living spaces.
If you happen to want a more nature-inspired ambience in your home, then you may opt for wood (bamboo, wicker, or rattan woven) furniture, as well as fabrics under the green-yellow-brown color schemes, and make use of live plants as accents and decors.
3. Bold backsplashes.
Meanwhile, if you happen to be fan of geometric designs and want to go big especially on kitchens and some of your walls, then it would be great to go for bold backsplashes. Bold geometric patterns are all the rage these days, and they give life to an otherwise plain, boring wall.
You may want to experiment first on backsplashes that come in bold linear patterns if colors and shapes tend to be messy for your eyes.
4. Handmade furniture pieces.
Are you a fan of something borrowed and something old? Do you have furniture pieces and accents that can be considered as family heirloom? If so, then it’s time to make them part of your home interiors! Old and handmade furniture pieces are becoming popular once again, as they go well with vintage florals and nature-inspired interiors. All you have to do is polish them up and see where they fit best around the house.
You need not to go all out on your olden furniture and accents; as most of them tend to be bold in terms of design and make, you can follow the “less is more” rule.
5. Feminine shades.
Yes, feminine shades are in this year, thanks to coral being the pantone of 2019. You may want to use light pastel shades of pink, peach, green, blue, and of course coral on runners and drapes, or on accents to give your home a pop of color.