New Year, New Trends: DISD Predicts Statement Ceilings & Deep, Moody Color Will Headline 2019 Interior Design Trends

New Year, New Trends: DISD Predicts Statement Ceilings & Deep, Moody Color Will Headline 2019 Interior Design Trends

2019 is here and with the new year comes an exciting new list of interior design trends that will influence spaces all across the globe. Design Institute of San Diego recently sent out a survey to our current students, practicing faculty, and alumni to gather their predictions for 2019’s most prominent design elements. The results are in, and we can’t wait! Check out DISD’s top trends for 2019 below.

Top 2019 Interior Design Trends

Textile/Pattern

Phone Room designed by ID Studios
Phone Room designed by ID Studios
Office Design by ID Studios

Geometric shapes will continue to top patterns and textiles, along with more layered textures and rich color patterns.  Offices are having more and more meetings in dynamic spaces that are truly inspiring.

Colors

Colors will trend darker than in years past, with dark brown and matte black showing up in accessories, paint colors and furniture/cabinetry. Pastels will be more muted (bye-bye millennial pink, hello deep hues!)

Bar designed by Studio Jackson
Bar designed by Studio Jackson
Living Room designed by Studio Jackson
Living Room designed by Studio Jackson

Kitchens

Kitchen designs will shift away from bright colors and accents to embrace dark cabinetry, statement islands, and matte appliances.

Kitchen designed by Studio H
Kitchen designed by Studio H Design Group
Island designed by Studio H
Island designed by Studio H Design Group

Bathrooms

Free-standing tubs will continue to be a hot bathroom trend, as well as the addition of wood (yes, wood!) in bathrooms, from floors to ceilings beams.

Master Bath designed by Robin Wilson Interior Design
Master Bath designed by Robin Wilson Interior Design
Powder Room designed by Robin Wilson Interior Design
Powder Room designed by Robin Wilson Interior Design

Flooring

Exotic woods like Brazilian cherry and teak will dominate flooring trends, with the use of larger, wider and more rustic planks.

Master Bedroom designed by Studio Jackson
Master Bedroom designed by Studio Jackson
Living Room designed by Studio H
Living Room designed by Studio H Design Group

Ceilings

Statement ceilings will be big in 2019, whether it be natural or abstract.

Living room designed by CM Natural Designs
Living room designed by CM Natural Designs
Office designed by ID Studios
Office designed by ID Studios

Restaurant Design

As for restaurant design, DISD foresees bold and unique color pairings as well as natural elements.

Restaurant Design - Sake House designed by Jules Wilson Design Studio
Sake House designed by Jules Wilson Design Studio
Renovated location of Bobalicios in Mira Mesa are of San Diego designed by Corine Maggio Natural Design.
Bobalicious Restaurant designed by CM Natural Designs

What interior design trends are you excited for in 2019? Share your thoughts in our comments below.

 

Source:

Textile/Pattern: http://www.idstudiosinc.com/work/corporate-life-science/

Color: https://www.studiojacksondesign.com/galleries/pelican-crest/

Kitchen: http://www.studioh-int.com/residential#/residential-coronado-residence/

Bathroom:  https://www.rwid.com/pt-loma-san-diego

Flooring 1: https://www.studiojacksondesign.com/galleries/pelican-crest/

Flooring 2: http://www.studioh-int.com/residential-del-mar-residence

Ceiling 1: http://www.cmnaturaldesigns.com/portfolio/hermes-ave/

Ceiling 2: http://www.idstudiosinc.com/work/featured/

Restaurant Design 1: http://juleswilsondesign.com/projects/gaijin-noodle-sake-house/

Restaurant Design 2: http://www.cmnaturaldesigns.com/before-afters/corine-maggio-natural-design-bobalicious-13/

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