The 2019 Summer Interior Trends To Look Out For

The 2019 Summer Interior Trends To Look Out For

Find out what’s hot in the world of home interiors for this summer…

You might think this post is a little early. But with how quickly time seems to come and go right now, summer really is just around the corner. And with that in mind, we’re taking a look at the home interior trends you need to look out for this season.

Summer Interior Trends

Let’s Talk About Velvet


We often find that fashion trends influence the world of interior design. So it is no surprise to see the introduction of velvet décor and details throughout home styling.

Luxurious and tactile with a subtle retro vibe, the use of velvet throughout your home will instantly add warmth to any area. We suggest focusing on rooms that you want to feel plush and cosy, such as the bedroom or living room.

Velvet is the perfect fit if you want to design a space that you just know you can relax in. Opt for rich reds, deep purples or rich navy for an opulent look that exudes style.

Opt for rich reds, deep purples or rich navy for an opulent look that exudes style.

Moody Tropics


Pantone’s Colour of the Year for 2017, greenery was everywhere, and it looks like it’s set to stay in the spotlight a little longer. However, two years on it’s being given a darker edge for 2019, opting for darker shades of green teamed with moody hues.


From feature walls to moss green sofas, this is a modern take on 2017’s hottest trend.




We suggest working in lots of leafy plants and foliage for your home décor, focusing on the living room and kitchen areas.


If you’re not blessed with green fingers, why not display tropical-inspired prints instead.

Crushin’ On Ultra-Violet


While we’re on the topic of Pantone, lets discuss the colour of 2018. Last year we saw ultra-violet everywhere. In fashion, interior design and even weddings. This colour-popping shade of purple fuses femininity with a masculine edge and is set to stick around this year too. It’s undeniably bold and it’s bound to make a statement in your home. Why do we love it? It’s daring, audacious and creative. It will encourage us to think about how we can create a truly unique and inspirational space.

A colour-popping shade of purple...

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Focus On Mustard Yellow


Mustard yellow is going to be the colour of Summer 2019 and we can’t get enough of this statement shade.


With a hint of the 1970s yet remaining modern, there are tonnes of stylish ways to add a splash of sunshine to your home interior.


Make a luxurious velvet armchair the focus of your living, brighten up your hallway with mustard yellow floor tiles or even add a hint of colour to your walls with a neon sign.


The best news? Mustard yellow works wonderfully with almost any other colour. From moody tones such as navy, grey and dark green to minimalist white spaces, you really can’t go wrong. So what do you think – Do you love the idea of Mustard yellow?

I know we’ve barely even got to Spring yet, but it is time to start thinking about how you’d like your home to look this Summer. If you would like to recreate any of these Summer interior trends for your home, we’ve put together a few products that we are loving right now. Remember, you don’t have to spend a fortune to have an ‘on trend’ home.

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Our 2019 Trend Favourites


  1. Velvet Armchair / 2. Emerald Lampshade / 3. Violet Sofa / 4. Purple Vase / 5. Tropical Prints / 6. Mustard Lampshade / 7. Yellow Tiles / 8. Cushion 
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