Out With The Old, In With The New

Out With The Old, In With The New

Industrial Home

Say Goodbye To 2018 Interior Designs

New Year celebrations and resolutions have finally come to an end and with it; last year’s interior trends are going out. To the proud homeowners in the Golden State, today we bring you emerging home design trends of 2019.

Warm tones and cozy ambiance

Last year witnessed a sharp rise in cold hues, with designs that emit an ultra-modern, yet impractical look. With the world around us increasingly becoming cold and troublesome by the day, people are reverting to the good old warmth within their homes. Residents now want to return to a home that feels welcoming, cozy and provides a sense of security.

To achieve this, warm tones such as chestnut, burgundy and soft gold are gaining popularity. This, however, goes without saying that metallic and wooden materials are still trending through this year. But the harsh vibe emitted will be neutralized through warm colors and incorporation of asymmetry.

Industrial concrete style

The concrete style is bound to intensify further in 2019 - so all industrial style lovers, take delight in this. After all, it provides ample possibilities in terms of interior designing. The style can act as the perfect pallet to show off your greens in the house; by green, we mean your plants. Yes! And if you don’t have any, it’s time to add some of your favorite flowers and indoor plants. Also, concrete effect porcelain tiles that are durable, and require little to no maintenance, are a great option to incorporate in the industrial style home this year.

It goes without saying that the industrial look can also make your home more attractive for buyers if you are selling. After all, there are unlimited ways to style and design it.

Multi-functional and compact

As more and more people gravitate towards the city, living spaces are shrinking. The idea that only large and spacious homes are given particular attention to by interior designers is now a thing of the past.

Many designers are showcasing functional yet stylish designs that cater to smaller homes. Multi-purpose items with several functions are not only being created but are increasingly used by homeowners and stylists alike.


The automated home system is yet another trend that will continue to grow this year. Appealing to the technology-oriented modern homeowners, living in the house and performing routine tasks is sure to become more efficient. Google Home and Amazon Alexa are two of the rising platforms in this area. Whether it’s a simple task such as turning the light on or controlling the faucet in the kitchen, the ultra-modern homeowner will love the growing trend this year.

At the end of the day, keep in mind that your home should be the place where you want to come to after a long day. It’s the special space where your artistic side can shine and leave friends and visitors impressed. Although it is important to keep these trends in mind, do not hesitate to design your home to your liking. As they say, home is where the heart is.