The New 2019 Home Trends This Season’s Latest Arrivals Are Dropping Major Hints About
So you've embraced the new year, stuck to your resolutions (so far), and started making forward progress on some major 2019 goals. And while that's all well and good (really, good for you!), it's important to ensure your surroundings are feeling equally as fresh. After all, nothing beats an inspiring space when it comes to drumming up major motivation. So, to bring your home into your driven headspace, you'll want to try some new 2019 home trends with totally fresh perspectives — they're already popping up at some of your favorite retailers, so you know each is bound to be big.
If you're feeling like you've been in a bit of a rut with furniture and decor, there's no time like the present to shake things up in your spaces. Especially considering 2019 is already proving to be a pretty ground-breaking year when it comes to home design.
From pieces that redefine the concept of furniture, to decorative elements that find inspiration from the great outdoors, your favorite interior destinations (like Pottery Barn, CB2, and Anthropologie, to name a few) are already stocking this year's soon-to-be-big home trends. Keep scrolling to discover the new styles you'll want to shop now, before they're everywhere.
Unexpected Furniture Shapes
Just when you'd thought furniture design couldn't really go any further — how many ways are there to make an armchair, after all — 2019 is already proving the opposite. Amongst the inventive new furniture arrivals you'll find unexpected spins on classic pieces, like this $698 tripod chair from Anthropologie or this re-imagined Bella daybed by Crate & Barrel, $1,899.
Currently reduced to $523.50, this tripod armchair is an unexpected, contemporary spin on a classic piece.
Sure, round dining tables are nothing new, but the brass-polished ribbed iron base on this marble topped table makes it feel totally unexpected.
With unexpected, asymmetrical curves and a contemporary sleekness, this brings the whole idea of daybeds into 2019. Customize yours by choosing from seemingly endless fabric options and several different leg finishes.
With six legs instead of four and a hexagonal-shaped top, this side table is an architectural work of art as much as it is a functional furniture piece.
Inspired by Nature
Nothing freshens up a space quite like bringing the great outdoors inside, and it's looking like lots of pieces are picking up cues from nature in 2019. Think settees and other upholstered seating options with rich floral patterns, and decorative elements made to mimic wood and more natural materials. These $39 wood salad servers from West Elm are an affordable way to try the trend.
Give your dining room a moody garden-like vibe with these rich floral dining chairs.
Candle holders and vases are great ways to reinforce a theme. Go for a lush nature vibe with this tea light holder that mimics the shape of a bamboo shoot.
Bring a modern-rustic mood to your dinner table with these carved wood salad servers. The gold utensils also add a luxe touch.
This sultry-looking sofa has a gorgeous forest scene that gives off a lush vibe. Use it as the focal point in your sitting room, and keep the rest of your decor sleek and complementary. It's currently down to $1,798.50.
Those who don't shy away from super-bold shades will be pleased to know 2019 is looking bright. Popular home decor stores are stocking lots of vividly colored items, particularly in warm shades of yellow. Stick to the sunny hue with this $129 nightstand from West Elm, or play with an even bolder color palette by adding this whimsical Anthropologie rug, $1,198, to your bedroom.
Matte-painted steel in a bold shade of yellow provides a perfect pop of color, whether placed at your bedside or next to an armchair.
This whimsically-patterned rug is perfect for adding a splash of bright colors to any space.
A bright yellow polka-dot duvet cover brings sunshine right into your room, making Monday mornings just a little bit easier to face.
Your table wear is a great way to mix up the vibe in your dining room. Swap basic wares for super-colorful patterned plates to give your table new life. Opt for a mixed set for even more color variety.
With many other decorative elements maxing out in 2019, it makes sense that lighting is trending more minimalist this year. Look for streamlined floor lamps with spherical-shaped fixtures, like CB2's globe floor lamp for $349, or table lamps that take a monochromatic approach. The resulting vibe feels very modern — ideal for when you're in a forward-thinking state.
Not only are lamps good for bringing, well, light into a space, they're also great for adding a touch of interest. This stacked globe lamp gives of retro vibes, while still feeling modern and fresh.
A black and white motif and modern silhouette make this streamlined lamp minimalist, yet impactful.
Sconces are ideal for entryways, hallways, and even flanking the bed in your master suite. These feel minimal and modern, and can bring an older space into 2019 with ease.