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As the year 2019 comes to an end, the new year is a great opportunity to reboot and embrace change (especially in your home)! If you are thinking of updating your home or simply looking for some design inspiration, there is no better time to make the phrase ‘out with the old and in with the new’ your mantra. To get a headstart on the upcoming interior trends for 2019, we spoke to several of our favourite influencers on their trend predictions for the coming year.

Hayley Johnson
@harness_house

Interior designer living in Gloucestershire

My trend predictions for next year will be:

Matte black, golds and nudes.
Stylish velvet furniture against different backdrops.
Maison Minimaliste, SF Girl

Black is the new white! I love how versatile black is and how much of a statement it makes to the overall decor. Going into 2019, expect to see it teamed with warm neutrals, wood, browns, beiges and golds.

Neutral colours such as nudes, oatmeal and stonewash linen will slowly start to replace the much favorited and popular grey colour that we all know and love too. These shades will be paired with crisp white and black accents and rustic or natural woods.

Going into 2019, expect to see it teamed with warm neutrals, wood, browns, beiges and golds.

Hayley Johnson

For gold, autumn/winter going through into next year we will start seeing it teamed up with the more moodier colours such as blues, greens and black.

Velvet
Geometric patterns applied to stairs and walls.
Pinterest, Curated Interior

Velvet beds, sofas, footstools, and chairs have been a popular trend this year and this too will go in to the new year.

Geometric Patterns
Series of white interiors with rose gold and natural plants.
TLC Interiors, Sabbini

We saw a lot of geometric patterns a few years back on lots of rugs and cushions but expect to see it featured on walls, floors and even ceilings!

Wallpapers
Colourful wallpaper prints on walls and ceilings.
Drop It Modern, HomePolish

Wallpaper will continue to be very on trend, with bold styles, murals and textured wallpaper being popular. We often hear about accent walls, and next year, this trend will also be about accent ceilings! Dressing the ceiling with a contrasting wallpaper and plain walls will be a gorgeous surprise to anyone entering the room.

We often hear about accent walls, and next year, this trend will also be about accent ceilings!

Hayley Johnson
Kat Mannell
@life_at_number_63

Home illustrator, interior decorator, and online content producer from Epsom, Surrey

Pastel coloured accessories and natural home furniture.
Nest.co.uk, Decoist

I predict that in 2019, there will be a wider range of soft brown tones trending in paint colours and textiles. These coordinate beautifully with the gorgeous blush and nude pinks of this year, which I don't see disappearing any time soon. I also think that eco friendly materials and products will continue to come to the market, and be integrated into everyday life. I have had the pleasure of working with some great eco brands this year, and I love the ethos of using recycled materials and less plastic.

Soft browns will be trending in paint and textiles, pairing beautifully with blush and nude pinks.

Kat Mannell
Homebirds
Emma Roberts and Laura Spivey
@_homebirds_

Two bloggers with a passion for interiors

 Interiors with bold pops of emerald and pink.
Reno Guide, Domino

Emma: The main trend change I think we will see is a shift from dark, moody blues and greys to much fresher, lighter pastel shades. Look out for rich, emerald greens too as well as earthy tones. I also think layering will continue to be big.

Laura: I think we are set to see black making far more of an appearance in our homes. We’ve already started to see other influencers setting the trend, using matte black to create statement interiors in every corner of their home.

Look out for rich, emerald greens too as well as earthy ones.

Homebirds
Natasha Sidhu
@la_sidhu

Social media influencer and content producer living in London

A monochromatic space and a natural, airy interior.
NineFourDesigns, Photography by Ben Jack for Domino

I predict that houseplants and beautiful botanics are here to stay. Next year we’ll see a development in ‘bringing the outside in’, merging the lines between indoor and outdoor living.

We'll see a development in 'bringing the outside in'', bringing us much closer to nature.

Natasha Sidhu