Is redecorating your home your new year's resolution? We round up the key 2019 decorating trends you should consider for your next home improvement project

George Home SS19 Sunbaked Living Room

Image: George Home SS19

With 2019 only around the corner, our most-loved home brands have given us a glimpse of their hottest decor ranges for spring/summer - which are some of the boldest yet.

From painting walls with 2019's Pantone Colour of the Year, Living Coral, and pairing sun-drenched pinks and reds, to incorporating exotic, monochrome decor and updating the botanical trend, we round up a few of our favourite 2019 decoration ideas to refresh your home in the new year. 

Botanical greens 

Sainsburys Home Urban Paradise Home Accessories

Image: Argos Home SS19

Botanical prints and hues are growing stronger and stronger for 2019. Think lush plants, viridescent hued furniture and gold accessories.

Pantone Colour of the Year: Living coral 

Ms Ss19 Trend Living Coral Bedroom

Image: M&S Home SS19 

Millenial pink may be dead, but pinky hues still reign supreme for SS19. Pantone's Colour of the Year for 2019, is Living Coral, a natural colour which symbolizes optimism and joyful pursuits. 

Art Deco glamour

Johnlewis Glamour Art Deco Trend Ss19 Living Room

Image: Meghan Fluted Back Petite Sofa in Harriet Smoke £1,199, Meghan Fluted Back Petite Sofa available from £999, Louis De Poortere Columbus Rug £680, Azra Marble Side Table £150 Meghan Fluted Back Armchair available from £649, Velvet Pouffe £65, Luxe Fawn Rug £40, Satre Coffee Table £350, Swoon Lovelace Bar Cart £399, John Lewis SS19 

The opulence of mid century modern never really goes out of style. Velvet sofas, marble and gold bar carts make a glitzy SS19 comeback.

Sunbaked colour palette

George Home SS19 Sunbaked Pink Bath

Image: George Home SS19

Colours inspired by terracotta, sandy soil and sun-drenched scenes are set to be hot for SS19. Warm pinks, reds and oranges evoke long, lazy summer afternoons. 

Global Monochrome

Argos Home Global Monochrome Outdoor Furniture

Image: Argos Home SS19

The black and white tribal trend is back for the season ahead, with lots of strong geometric patterns and natural woven elementsm as featured in Argos Home and Sainsbury's Home collections, to name but a few. Mix and match the prints to add interest and drop in hints of mustard and bright pops of vibrant pink.

The homeware collections are due to launch very soon so keep your eyes peeled.

 

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