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Interior Trends and Tiles for 2019!

Original Style

18 Dec 2018

















Original Style has teamed up with award-winning interior blogger, Stacey Sheppard, author of The Design Sheppard, to present top interior trends for 2019.

From ‘Rough Luxe’ to ‘70s Revival’, 2019 is set to be a year full of colour and textures and Original Style has a tile to complement each of the following on-trend looks!























































1. Rough Luxe

Industrial décor continues to be popular amongst interior enthusiasts, but it can be difficult to integrate this style into domestic settings. Through the incorporation of luxurious finishes and accessories, warmth and elegance can be brought into an industrial-inspired space.

“Rough Luxe is where refined luxury meets rough industrial finishes” comments Stacey. “Expect to see warm metallics like brass and gold, paired with exposed brick and concrete”.

Original Style’s Midnight Blue, a metal-effect tile, is perfect for creating an industrial look whilst retaining luxury and tranquillity. Pair Midnight Blue with gold accents, warm tones of grey and earthy textures, such as the concrete-effect tile ‘Shadow Smoke’, for a space that exudes style.
 

















































2. Colourful Kitchens

The use of bold colours in kitchen settings is set to soar in 2019. “With kitchens in deep navy blues accompanied by statement metallic splash backs, we are done playing it safe in the kitchen and we are seeing some really bold statement colours coming through” comments Stacey.

To achieve this look; team Original Style’s Copper Leaf glass tile with dark hues, greys and wood-effect floor tiles, such as Lignum Taupe, for a statement kitchen that leaves a lasting impression. 



















































3. 70s Revival

With the arrival of fringing on home accessories, bold colours and patterns; it’s time to welcome the return of the experimental glamour of the 1970s! “Colour wise we will see a strong focus on rich, earthy tones like mustard yellow, ochre, olive green, chocolate and camels such as Dulux’s Colour of the Year 2019; Spiced Honey” says Stacey.

The Winchester Tile Company’s Olive Green, Honey and Amber field tiles are ideal accompaniments to this revival. Pair with retro-patterned wallpaper and fabrics with bold motifs for a real throwback!



















































4. The New Neutrals

When it comes to neutral colours in interior settings, a variety of palettes have come and gone over the years, from the very dated Magnolia to the more recently beloved Grey. However, it’s now the turn of the New Neutrals.

“Think tea rose, lavender, mint, lilac and pale peach shades” says Stacey. “Pastel colours in a more muted shade are 'in' in a big way and are perfect for those who are looking to create bright, open spaces”.

To embrace a pastel colour palette, team Original Style’s Maison Blanc, a pale blue tile with a woven fabric effect, with ‘Mint’ or ‘Cloud Smooth’ from The Winchester Tile Company.



















































5. Natural Selection

Materials such as wood, rattan, seagrass, wicker, cork and bamboo naturally provide warmth and texture to spaces. When paired with Original Style’s palm print tile, ‘Hot House’, and ‘Cream Natural’ wood-effect tiles; expect to be immersed in a tropical paradise.

“Focus on imperfect finishes, artisan, tactile accessories” suggests Stacey. “Hot House from Original Style perfectly encapsulates nature at its best and is a great tile for embracing this trend!”
 























































3 DIY Ideas to Decorate your Home in 2019

Furniture Choice Ltd

18 Dec 2018





















With 2019 on the horizon, it’s time to refresh the home for the new year! And with DIY décor and upcycling set to be huge, this is the perfect opportunity to get creative and put a fresh DIY spin on furniture and interiors giving the home a stylish and creative update.

 

Rebecca Snowden, Interior Style Advisor at Furniture Choice shares three trendy home DIYs that can easily be personalised to suit different styles and tastes.
 
























1. Get organised with a hanging planter wall

Mindfulness is going to continue being a huge trend in 2019 - so it’s all about getting organised and creating pockets of thoughtfulness and meditation in the home. A hanging planter feature wall combines both! A creative way to make the most of existing space, this versatile feature can be hung in a variety of spaces, such as in the kitchen or home office.
 

A DIY that is easy to assemble, the planter wall requires simple materials such as wooden crates and a flat wire memo board. “Stylish and adaptable, this DIY comes together quickly, and can also be made with other materials - think wooden shelves or rope - depending on what’s on display,” says Rebecca. “This planter wall brings in more natural greenery into the home and can also be used as storage for small items.”

Read the blog article DIY Hanging Planter Wall Feature
 
























































































































































2. Give a feature wall an Art Deco update

Update a feature wall with an Art Deco twist, for a glamorous panelled wall that adds strong, angular lines to the space, and is a chic way to showcase artwork.

Attention to detail is key for this DIY - and all it takes is  three contrasting colours, masking tape and a steady hand. “This Art Deco feature wall adds texture and interest to the room in a subtle, stylish way - especially with the contrast between the cool paint tones and glamorous gilded frames,” Rebecca says. “This is a great opportunity to pick and choose colours to create a variety of looks, whether it’s built around a bold or neutral aesthetic.”
Read the advice article DIY Art Deco Feature Wall
 































































































3. Glam up furniture for a stylish makeover


Adding a sustainable dimension to decorating, upcycled home décor is great for homeowners who are looking for meaningful, unique designs. “Upcycling is a great way to reuse and repurpose furniture, giving them a dash of personality and refinement,” adds Rebecca. “This approach transforms items into one-of-a-kind pieces, while keeping things budget-friendly and chic.”
 

“The timeless Art Deco aesthetic is perfect for highlighting key pieces of furniture, transforming them into lovely statements at home. Floral or scalloped patterns can be transferred or spray painted onto furniture pieces like a side table for a show stopping new look. This eye-catching approach goes big on glamour, giving the updated side table an attractive edge that’ll pop in both the living or dining room.”  


Read our article DIY Art Deco Sideboard
 












































































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To download images for this release, please visit Press Loft. Alternatively, you can  email press@furniturechoice.co.uk, or call Amthal Karim (0800 035 0070, ext: 224) or Rebecca Snowden (ext: 225).

About Furniture Choice

Founded in 2005, FurnitureChoice.co.uk is an independent furniture retailer. The company combines a deep knowledge of contemporary furniture manufacturing with first-class e-commerce expertise.
 
With a dedicated UK call-centre and an experienced quality control team in Asia, Furniture Choice is able to offer customers the greatest variety of high quality contemporary furniture and best-in-class customer service, backed-up with fast, free delivery and returns. To find out more visit https://www.furniturechoice.co.uk/about-us/



















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