Living Room Trends, Designs and Ideas 2018 / 2019
If one wonders what are the main trends in Living room design should take a peek in the fair trade halls of imm cologne for an early year preview. And this year exhibition has one very distinctive trade there is an explosion of color – vibrant, vital and capturing, so one thing is sure this year decor journey won’t be boring at all.
Living Room Colors and Materials
The research and exploration of color are worth a time – chairs, armchairs, sofas, and accessories were all offered in a wide range of color tones, strong and characteristic, as were even tables and luminaries. And the modern classics, may they be by Cassina, Ligne Roset or Thonet, are all taking the limelight again thanks to updated colors – that becomes one of the most distinctive trends for this year, so let’s enjoy this exotic journey.
So, colors as a trend, which raises a lot of questions – which colors, what combinations, in what range? Well if we keep in mind that often the fashion scene paves the way for furniture design when it comes to color and texture we can assume that in the end a single colorful piece of furniture can accentuate and spin the whole aesthetic of any space. Also notable is the influence of brands that introduce the strong and playful presence of pastel girlie room colors that quickly can become a norm.
Touring the halls of Cologne one can notes the repeated presence of bright sunny, or lemon yellow as a character defining choice. But that is not the only bold and strongly present choice of the designers when it comes to color choice – take a note of new shelf system called Mesh in red-orange by Werner Aisslinger for Piure in a burnt reddish-orange or Pad Board in a lush grass green. Green in its all vivid varieties is highly acceptable and introduced in any number of different hues including the zesty yellow-green that Pantone has made its color of the year.
Another intriguing and wort deep exploration trend for 2018 / 2019 is the creation of living premise where pine green, mustard yellow, royal blue and Bordeaux red allied to form an interior style inspired by the Vienna salons of the turn of the 20th century.
And speaking of the Baroque influence and richness of sensational experiences we must turn our attention to the usage of rich materials compositions like velvet, different shining surfaces of metal and the addition of dark wood. Highlights in satin gold, created by brushed brass, a worthy successor to the copper can also adorn the rich decor of the feature. Whereas bronze was strongly featured in recent years, now we are seeing more gold and brass tones. That puts a strong emphasis on the splendor of the interior in our home.
Like in this interior composition the combination between modern Scandinavian approach and vintage charm when sprinkled with a dash of golden spender can acquire a sense of luxury and nobility that is unmistakable. The creator of the decor Indre Sunklodiene had found a balancing point of preserving some of the rich features of the vintage expression and adding luxury materials, strong, bold color accents and inviting textures.