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5 more of the biggest interior trends for 2019

Want to know what your interiors will look like in 2019? Here are 5 more of the biggest trends to check out next year.

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Feature wall hangings

Out goes the painted or wallpapered feature wall. In comes beautiful textile hangings. Don’t think tapestries or macrame wall art, instead focus on beautifully handmade pieces using sustainable materials like rice paper and jute. The look is light and modern and integrates perfectly with the new neutrals.

Make a statement – on the ceiling

If you’re still determined to make a statement, then look up. Clear your walls and make your statement on your ceiling. Choose a deep and bold colour or even a vibrant wallpaper to liven things up. Try a moody deep green ceiling with your sage green walls or add a splash of floral or a bold geometric wallpaper pattern, both of which can look amazing when you’re lying in bed!

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Black is the new white

While white remains the king of the neutrals – and looks amazing with pops of the new jewel bright colours – black is coming into its own. One room where this trend will really take off is in the bathroom where the bright white spa bathroom will give way to a dramatic, high end look dominated by black. Although black can actually make a room feel remarkably spacious, it’s not a look for everyone. Instead, keep it as an accent colour for lighting and accessories. Black also looks very modern when used for woodwork, so if you’re having new double glazing installed by a company like, why not opt for black frames?

Tipping the velvet

A lot of designers have been tipping velvet as the fabric trend for 2019. It’s been all over the catwalks and now it’s migrating to your home. The best dressed sofas, chairs and beds will all be wearing velvet next season. And for windows Tewkesbury can be proud of, why not invest in richly coloured velvet curtains?

The personal touch

Faceless hotel style decor is out next year. Instead, our homes will be all about being comfortable and homely, a little bit rough at the edges with a boho mix of textiles and textures blending modern and vintage. It’s all about creating an effortlessly comfortable interior where you want to linger, so trust your design instincts.