A new year means a new opportunity to make some fun changes to your decor! Interior design lets you unleash your creativity and spruce up your favorite spaces, from your kitchen to your master bedroom, for an exciting new look. As you kick off 2019, take a look at a few of our favorite design trends to make staying on trend while decorating your new home easy and fun!
Velvet Galore: Enjoyable to look at (and feel), velvet has successfully made its way back into our homes. A statement velvet piece like a sofa in your NewStyle Communities living room goes a long way, and adds a trendy touch to the space. Best of all, mix-and-match furniture makes for an irresistible, eye-catching appeal.
Black and White Palate: The most classic color duo of all time is still the hottest! Black and white decor in your home is both bold and beautiful, and shows off your traditional yet luxurious style — try these colors in your kitchen, with centerpieces for your tables, table settings and place mats, and utensils and plates.
Get Artsy: Unlikely to ever go out of style, art is (and will always hold) a beloved place in our homes. In 2019, the “art gallery” look is making a comeback, and you don’t want to miss it… No matter what kind of art (modern or traditional) or photography you enjoy most, framed pieces on your walls are as in as ever.
Wallpapered Ceilings: Believe it or not, wallpaper is now trending again. Only this time, we’re talking about truly unique and creative patterns… If you miss and love the wallpaper look, have it placed on your ceiling only to create a bright and exciting statement that’s.
Floral Fabrics: Flower fanatics, you’re in luck! Floral fabrics, particularly in your NewStyle Communities master bedroom, are completely cool again. If you’ve been meaning to spruce up your favorite space, new bedding is the way to go. Flowers may not be blooming now, but they can be in your bedroom!
There’s something uniquely satisfying about introducing a new piece of decor, color, or pattern into your NewStyle Communities home. In 2019, dust off your interior design skills and get to work on something special for your new home. Cheers to new beginnings!