Home Decor Style Trends 2019

Boutique Hub Guest Blog

Our favorite fashion trends of 2019 are making their way into homes & we couldn’t be more excited!!!  Natural materials, bold colors, and unique textures are big this year. Here are the latest trends from the top bloggers and influencers to help you create a stylish space.

Natural Materials

Woven textiles are back but this isn’t your mother’s macrame owl from the ’70s. This Bohemian trend uses organic, natural materials like wicker, rattan, and stone.  It pairs perfectly with the ever-popular Farmhouse Style. Details like pom-poms, tassels, and fringe add interest and texture.

Bold Color

For the past few years, social media feeds have been a sea of white subway tile and 50 shades of greige.  Our Spring Color Report announced bold color was coming your way!  Trending colors are mustard yellow, electric blue, burnt orange, and green.  If you thought millennial pink might be over, you are wrong. Blush is everywhere right now and considered a new neutral!

Globally Inspired

2019 Home Decor Trends
Image via My Domaine

World travelers who have collected treasures from across the globe are the inspiration for this look.  This style is an eclectic combination of natural textures, tribal patterns, and animal prints. The good news?  You don’t need to need to go to Bali to find globally inspired decor.

Navajo

Vintage Navajo textiles can cost a fortune and are most definitely not “kid and pet-friendly”.  Sandi Johnson from The Spoiled Home added some Native American style to her home with this vintage-inspired wall hanging.   

Mixed Metals

Design by Studio McGee.

Appliances, hardware, and lighting are no longer matchy-matchy.  Shea McGee has perfected this look. Choose 2-3 metals that you think would work well together.  Pick one as your dominant color and use the others as accent colors. Hint: black goes with everything!

Matte Black

Cheating Heart by Benjamin Moore. Image via, Home Bunch

We can thank Modern Farmhouse for this updated classic.  A black and white palette doesn’t have to be boring. You can create visual interest with a limited palette by using different sheens.  This works best in rooms with a lot of natural lighting. Contrast the dark cabinets with lighter countertops, walls, and tile.

Wood Accent Walls

Holly and Brad from Our Faux Farmhouse have built an enormous following on Instagram, updating their Austin, TX home.  Their beautiful feed is proof positive a little MDF can go a long, long way!

Mural Wallpaper

Shaila Ashcroft created the perfect retreat for her young granddaughter when she visits.  

What was your decor trend was your favorite?! Let us know on Facebook or Instagram!

Want to see some more cute styles like these? Check out our Pinterest Page!

We have a whole shopping thread featuring the latest styles!

Guest Blog Courtesy of Tosha Schiffli, Owner & Creative Director | Willow Bend Design


Meredith Pomietlo
[email protected]

Meredith is our intern here at The Hub and enjoys anything involving photography, art, and design! She also has a love for fashion, especially the boho-vintage vibe. She is currently going to school for graphic design.