[en] 2019 comes full of new decorative designs. Some of last years designs continue to cosolidate themselves and there are some surprises that you’re going to love. We’re going to list the ten most outstanding ones so that you don’t miss out on them and so you can incorporate them into your own home whenever you want.
In our knobs and handles catalogue you will find everything you need to complete these trends and transform your furniture without having to change them.
1. Terrazzo is here to stay
This material and its characteristic designs are the current retro fashion. Although it was originally used in the seventies for floors, nowadays we can also see it in kitchen units, handrails, and all types of accessories.
2. Marble reinvented
Marble, a retro classic par excellence, continues to make waves in the world of interiors. We can find it on kitchen and bathroom units, floors and all types of furniture pieces.
3. The golden age
Copper is taking a step aside to allow gold to take its place. We can see it on taps, lamps, accessories and also on decorative elements often combined with black tones.
4. Leather which takes us back to our origins
Leather elements mixed with golden metal structures. A mix that can be found on sofas, armchairs and upholstered furniture such as tables, drawers and cupboards.
5. Framed pictures and flowers everywhere
It’s a complete invasion: bedclothes, cushions, tablecloths, upholstery, cutains and wallpaper. Framed pictures of maximum size, together with flowers, are the fashionable designs for this year.
6. No end to the curves
The fashion for winding curves, whether on furniture complements, the furniture itself or simply within the interior space, continues to be at its peak.
7. Art Deco – the return
The influence of Art Deco will make itself visible throughout 2019, applied both to textiles and to pieces of furniture and complements. It comes in a modern format, its range of colours widened to include those which are currently in fashion and the materials used are brought up-to-date following modern trends.
8. Colour in the kitchen
After years of white being the undisputed go-to colour, other colours are now startig to find their opportunity to be part of kitchen decoration. Kitchen furniture provides the possibility to use black and other rmore intense tones. Kitchen worktops are no exception. We’ll see them in warmer, more intense tones than those used up to now.
9. A velvet touch
Velvet will continue to be seen in our homes for yet another year. It is ideal for sofa upholstery, chairs and armchairs and also as a wallcovering.
10. Looking up at the ceiling
Ceilings, very often forgotten as regards decoration, are now becoming yet another area of decoration with the use of paintings, paper coverings and striking colours.