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Guide to 2019 homeware trends

New Year, new home style!

It’s the New Year, and whether you are attempting dry January, re-joining the gym or just genuinely keeping a positive mind set. It is that time of the year where we are all bettering ourselves- and rightly so- but we mustn’t forget about our homes. 

Having battled a hectic Christmas, keeping your guests comfy and hosting many frantic parties, it may be in need of a little TLC. Wondering where to start? Kick-start your inspiration with some of the hottest homeware trends for 2019.

Sandy Shades;
Grey has dominated the neutral interiors palette over the past few years, however expect to see less of it this year, as it is all about the warmer neutral tones. Think stonewashed linen, oatmeal and earthy shades- we are talking next level beige here.



Modern Ibiza;
Dreaming of your summer holiday already? This trend will definitely give you those chilled bohemian vibes. Full of folksy prints, natural textures, and pom-pom frills, give your home the relaxed atmosphere it deserves.



White… with a splash of colour;
The New Year is all about embracing a fresh start, so why not do this within your décor too. Opt for white walls, they’re clean, bright and create the perfect blank canvas for your home. To inject some personality, incorporate colour, texture and layers within your home accessories- a neutral tone bursting with confidence.



Soft touch of velvet;
An elegant way to bring a comforting feel into your home, velvet is a must have fabric for 2019. Whether it’s through homeware accessories such as lampshades and cushions, or maybe a sofa or bed, velvet is a great way to add a luxurious touch to your home.



Under the sea;
Inspired by the deep blue sea, this trend involves all things curved, wavy and ocean inspired. From scalloped furniture to fish scale tiles, this trend could add instant interest to your bathroom, kitchen or even hallway.



Images sourced from Pinterest.
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