Posted by on January 30, 2019

If you’re completely redecorating, or you just want to add some new features into your home, we’ve rounded up 2019’s interior trends to give you some Grove House inspiration!

Floral prints

Floral prints are here to stay for another year. 2018 saw floral prints become a huge trend and dark and bold florals took centre stage. But for 2019, traditional floral prints will be the focus for wallpapers, cushions and curtains. Chintz fabrics are making a comeback too and will be the main pattern of choice!

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Bold splashbacks

Kitchen splashbacks are now a stylistic piece and can often be the central focus in the kitchen, whereas previously splashbacks were used for their practical role of protecting the hob’s surrounding walls. Over the years, we have moved away from the traditional choice of ceramic tiles and now there are so many textures, materials and shapes available to choose from to add a personal touch to your kitchen. But 2019 is the year of the BOLD splashback, splashbacks full of character, adventurous colours or graphic tiles.

Daring walls

Gone are subtle walls in the home, 2019 is full of bold wallpapers and dark shades, dark forest green is taking over homes across Pinterest and Instagram.

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Sustainable materials

The environment has become a huge topic of interest, and home owners across the world are trying to do their bit to become more sustainable or to reduce waste. With home owners now thinking about the products they buy; recycling and reusing is a popular choice rather than buying off the shelf items. Designers across the world are now thinking about the conscious consumer and are developing materials and products that are environmentally friendly and sustainable.

Mixed metals

Mixed metals have often been thought of as going against the rules, but 2019 sees those rules going out the window. A mixture of metal accents in one room can create the right balance, but the rule is no more than three accents!