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Top 5 Interior Design Trends for Summer 2019.

As we step into Summer, who doesn’t love reshuffling their home and adding some fresh new design elements? To ensure your home is feeling fresh and ready for the new season.

We’ve talked your though how to spring clean your carpets and laminate flooring cleaning tips and tricks, but now it’s time to get the rest of your home in the spirit of Summer

Here’s our Top 5 Interior Design Trends of Summer 2019 and how to style them with your stunning flooring!


(image: Vogue Living)

Who doesn’t love a touch of green in a living space? Adding living plants (or fake plants if you’re not a green thumb) can brighten and freshen up any room almost instantly. Whether you’re using greenery to style a shelf or incorporating a large house plant as a design feature, this is a great way to add some life into your home this Summer and a cheaper way to add something different into your living spaces.

Living Coral

(image: House Beautiful)

‘Living Coral’ is Pantone’s Colour of the Year for 2019, therefore it’s a trend that’s growing in popularity, as expected.  The soft pastel palette works well with other chalky hues, or for a pop of colour bright oranges and reds will add drama. For earthiness and keeping a muted colour scheme, add raw organic textures in soft furnishings and lighting

70’s Scandi

This is a quite a clean but colourful look with simple lines and a cheery colour palette. Macrame planters are seen throughout and are complemented by rich accent colours and statement lighting. 70’s Scandi is the perfect design style if you want a modern interior style but with a touch of something different with s splash of colour and some funky geometric design.


Tie-Dye is a S/S 19 trend that we’re seeing on the catwalks, as well as in the interior design world. If you scared of adding patterns and colours, adding a hint of tie-dye is perfect for getting over your colour fear and allows you to add an alternative pattern and texture into your home with out if being over the top.

Open Shelving

If you’re a minimalist, than open shelving in this respect, won’t be for you. Open shelving is a great way to add a feature to any room. This year, they’ve been a huge hit with kitchen design and allowing you to showcase your glassware and pottery in a stylish way.

What are you favourite 2019 design trends?

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