Top Interior Design Trends of 2019

Tassels, matte black and more take center stage.

Fall and winter are a time of reflection – a time when emerging trends for the new year come to the surface. Here are the five top 2019 interior design trends from designers we admire.

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Tassels
“I'm definitely on board with tassels everywhere! Tassels have made an appearance in almost all interior styles, but the one I'll be embracing is a more traditional and chic style. For example, the tassels on my lamps and pulls are currently my favorite accessories!” – Jessica Kleven

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Mixed Materials
“One of my favorite trends to watch is how mixed materials evolve within interiors. The concept of mixed materials is not new, however recently there’s been a focus on mixing textures. Take for instance this living room. The tufted leather ottoman mixed with the soft fabric of the chairs makes this space warm and welcoming, along with bright, large, windows that bring in the natural light.” – Alicia Henderson

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Matte Black
“I think in 2019 we're going to see more matte black in hardware, lighting, furniture, ceramics, and general accents. Every room needs a touch of black, and I feel we're going to see it playing a bigger role in the years to come! I painted the interior of my Pella door black, and layered on matte black hardware for a low-contrast tone on tone look.” – Ashley Goldman

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Boho Chic
“I am just loving this new trend. It is fun and relaxed, it combines interesting items from a life full of experiences traveling the world. Its relaxed carefree and mostly unusual vibe screams I am here for the experience.” – Geryl Miller

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Statement Ceilings
We can spend countless hours obsessing over what color to paint our walls, but few pay attention to what’s happening on the ceiling. That’s about to change in 2019, as more and more designers continue using bold paint colors and wallpapers to make the ceiling stand out.

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A self-proclaimed Social Media Geek and DIY aficionado, Nicolle is a member of the Pella Marketing team, focused on content creation and curation. In her free time she can be found pillaging thrift shops for furniture projects, attempting to rationalize with her 4 year old daughter, and editing her husband’s honey-do list.