3 Interior Design Trends That Were Popular In 2019

With 2019 coming to a close, one of the most fun things to do is look back on the year and reflect on everything that you learned or that it had to offer. If you are big into interior design, then you may enjoy looking back at all of the best interior design trends of the year and maybe you hopped onto some of them yourself. This article will take a closer look at three of the top interior design trends of 2019. 

Open Living Concept

2019 was all about creating a livable, open living concept for families. While formal living rooms and dining rooms were popular in the '90s and early 2000s, open living concepts have taken the interior design world by storm. The thing that a lot of homeowners love about open living concepts is that you can host everybody in one space which allows you to converse while cooking and keep an eye on your kids so they don't get into too much trouble. Having a large kitchen that opens up into an even larger family room was a big trend in floorplan design. 

Light Wood Cabinets

Although white cabinets have been popular for the past several years, light wood cabinets took the 2019 interior design market by storm. With people opting to either add an entire light oak kitchen to the mix or just contrast their white cabinets with a light wood island, this trend added an element of warmth to interior design that hasn't been seen in a while. The fun thing about adding light wood to kitchen design is that it can break up the monotony of having everything white. For instance, if you want white quartz countertops and a white backsplash, having wood cabinets will help break it up so not everything looks the same. 

Greige Walls

Grey and beige together create the perfect color of 2019: greige. This fun color has the warmth to it that a lot of greys lack and a coolness that you won't see in most beiges. Interior designers and homeowners used this greige color pain on everything from wall paint to cabinet paint. The fun thing about this color is that it's still neutral enough to go with almost anything but it still adds an element of character to the space as well. 

Now that you know some of the hottest interior design trends of 2019, it's time to guess what you might see in 2020.

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