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5 new Interior Design

Trends for Walls 2019

Off the Wall

I’m excited to share with you 5 new interior design trends for walls 2019 which are causing quite a stir in the world of interiors. Not just a destination for wallpaper and pictures, alternative wall art is having a moment in the world of interiors. It’s time to think outside the box.

 

1. Upside Down Living Room

Texture on walls is still big news for new interior design wall trends 2019, first seen with the 70’s revival last year.

My prediction for new interior trends in 2020 will be the continued re-thinking of where we place furnishings in our home. How would you feel about an upside-down living room? – (shown below). This monochrome rug from Verellen showcases the growing trend of rugs on walls and it looks stunning right?

Approach this concept carefully as not all rugs will work on walls. Bold prints, colours and textures have to work in harmony with the rest of the space, so it’s best to keep everything else simple.

 

2. Plate Me Up

Hanging plates on walls might be something you remember from your grandmothers’ generation. Over the past year or two, hanging plates as an alternative to wall art has gained in popularity. They offer a 3D hit of colour, texture and pattern. Grouped together, they make an eye-catching wall art installation.

Inspired from his travels in Turkey, and fusing East meets West, these plates (above) from Les Ottomans score highly for colour and print.

Another visually arresting plate collection from Fornasetti (seen below). In particular, I love the classic face designs which are also available in wallpaper. For a less haunting effect, choose a plate with eyes closed (unless you are happy to be followed around a room!)

Above is a wonderful collection of bird plates I saw earlier this year at Maison et Objet available through D&K Interiors. See this idea come to life by clicking on this link to a previous blog on restaurant Le Cirque. We created a wall display of plates for this popular Cannes based restaurant.

3. Canvas with Movement

Artist Lauren Williams is the creator of Canvas with Movement. Her eco-friendly designs are made from dyed yarns which she then works into by hand to add layers of colour. The yarns are then secured into a handmade walnut wood bar. What I love about her work is that it feels totally modern whilst still capturing the nostalgia of 70’s tapestries. I’m currently on the hunt for the perfect space for one in my home. One to follow on IG.

4. Animal Magic

Thankfully, we have moved away from real animal head trophies of the past. Still proving popular, antelope heads have recently re-surfaced in décor trends. Over the past couple of years, I have seen reincarnations in papier-mache and wire. New of for 2019, these textile antelope trophy heads (below) from & Banana get an African make-over. Their vibrant woven fabrics and neon eyes would add impact to any room.

5. Into the Woods

I first saw these wood panels at Maison et Objet and they stopped me in my tracks. Such a simple idea but executed so well. Individual wood pieces on the panels are created first, then worked into and treated. They are then carefully selected and laid onto the design which helps create this wonderful lattice effect. Hung in a row, they are perfect for adding warmth and texture to large spaces.

So, there you have it, 5 new interior design wall trends for 2019, totally off the wall ideas for your home. Go on, take a risk and have fun.

Don’t forget to get in touch if you see anything you like, we are always happy to email or chat! 😉

Till’ next time

Geraldine & Pia xx

5 new Interior Design

Trends for Walls 2019

Off the Wall

I’m excited to share with you 5 new interior design trends for walls 2019 which are causing quite a stir in the world of interiors. Not just a destination for wallpaper and pictures, alternative wall art is having a moment in the world of interiors. It’s time to think outside the box.

 

1. Upside Down Living Room

Texture on walls is still big news for new interior design wall trends 2019, first seen with the 70’s revival last year.

My prediction for new interior trends in 2020 will be the continued re-thinking of where we place furnishings in our home. How would you feel about an upside-down living room? – (shown below). This monochrome rug from Verellen showcases the growing trend of rugs on walls and it looks stunning right?

Approach this concept carefully as not all rugs will work on walls. Bold prints, colours and textures have to work in harmony with the rest of the space, so it’s best to keep everything else simple.

 

2. Plate Me Up

Hanging plates on walls might be something you remember from your grandmothers’ generation. Over the past year or two, hanging plates as an alternative to wall art has gained in popularity. They offer a 3D hit of colour, texture and pattern. Grouped together, they make an eye-catching wall art installation.

Inspired from his travels in Turkey, and fusing East meets West, these plates (above) from Les Ottomans score highly for colour and print.

Another visually arresting plate collection from Fornasetti (seen below). In particular, I love the classic face designs which are also available in wallpaper. For a less haunting effect, choose a plate with eyes closed (unless you are happy to be followed around a room!)

Above is a wonderful collection of bird plates I saw earlier this year at Maison et Objet available through D&K Interiors. See this idea come to life by clicking on this link to a previous blog on restaurant Le Cirque. We created a wall display of plates for this popular Cannes based restaurant.

3. Canvas with Movement

Artist Lauren Williams is the creator of Canvas with Movement. Her eco-friendly designs are made from dyed yarns which she then works into by hand to add layers of colour. The yarns are then secured into a handmade walnut wood bar. What I love about her work is that it feels totally modern whilst still capturing the nostalgia of 70’s tapestries. I’m currently on the hunt for the perfect space for one in my home. One to follow on IG.

4. Animal Magic

Thankfully, we have moved away from real animal head trophies of the past. Still proving popular, antelope heads have recently re-surfaced in décor trends. Over the past couple of years, I have seen reincarnations in papier-mache and wire. New of for 2019, these textile antelope trophy heads (below) from & Banana get an African make-over. Their vibrant woven fabrics and neon eyes would add impact to any room.

5. Into the Woods

I first saw these wood panels at Maison et Objet and they stopped me in my tracks. Such a simple idea but executed so well. Individual wood pieces on the panels are created first, then worked into and treated. They are then carefully selected and laid onto the design which helps create this wonderful lattice effect. Hung in a row, they are perfect for adding warmth and texture to large spaces.

So, there you have it, 5 new interior design wall trends for 2019, totally off the wall ideas for your home. Go on, take a risk and have fun.

Don’t forget to get in touch if you see anything you like, we are always happy to email or chat! 😉

Till’ next time

Geraldine & Pia xx

5 new Interior Design

Trends for Walls 2019

Off the Wall

I’m excited to share with you 5 new interior design trends for walls 2019 which are causing quite a stir in the world of interiors. Not just a destination for wallpaper and pictures, alternative wall art is having a moment in the world of interiors. It’s time to think outside the box.

 

1. Upside Down Living Room

Texture on walls is still big news for new interior design wall trends 2019, first seen with the 70’s revival last year.

My prediction for new interior trends in 2020 will be the continued re-thinking of where we place furnishings in our home. How would you feel about an upside-down living room? – (shown below). This monochrome rug from Verellen showcases the growing trend of rugs on walls and it looks stunning right?

Approach this concept carefully as not all rugs will work on walls. Bold prints, colours and textures have to work in harmony with the rest of the space, so it’s best to keep everything else simple.

 

2. Plate Me Up

Hanging plates on walls might be something you remember from your grandmothers’ generation. Over the past year or two, hanging plates as an alternative to wall art has gained in popularity. They offer a 3D hit of colour, texture and pattern. Grouped together, they make an eye-catching wall art installation.

Inspired from his travels in Turkey, and fusing East meets West, these plates (above) from Les Ottomans score highly for colour and print.

Another visually arresting plate collection from Fornasetti (seen below). In particular, I love the classic face designs which are also available in wallpaper. For a less haunting effect, choose a plate with eyes closed (unless you are happy to be followed around a room!)

Above is a wonderful collection of bird plates I saw earlier this year at Maison et Objet available through D&K Interiors. See this idea come to life by clicking on this link to a previous blog on restaurant Le Cirque. We created a wall display of plates for this popular Cannes based restaurant.

3. Canvas with Movement

Artist Lauren Williams is the creator of Canvas with Movement. Her eco-friendly designs are made from dyed yarns which she then works into by hand to add layers of colour. The yarns are then secured into a handmade walnut wood bar. What I love about her work is that it feels totally modern whilst still capturing the nostalgia of 70’s tapestries. I’m currently on the hunt for the perfect space for one in my home. One to follow on IG.

4. Animal Magic

Thankfully, we have moved away from real animal head trophies of the past. Still proving popular, antelope heads have recently re-surfaced in décor trends. Over the past couple of years, I have seen reincarnations in papier-mache and wire. New of for 2019, these textile antelope trophy heads (below) from & Banana get an African make-over. Their vibrant woven fabrics and neon eyes would add impact to any room.

5. Into the Woods

I first saw these wood panels at Maison et Objet and they stopped me in my tracks. Such a simple idea but executed so well. Individual wood pieces on the panels are created first, then worked into and treated. They are then carefully selected and laid onto the design which helps create this wonderful lattice effect. Hung in a row, they are perfect for adding warmth and texture to large spaces.

So, there you have it, 5 new interior design wall trends for 2019, totally off the wall ideas for your home. Go on, take a risk and have fun.

Don’t forget to get in touch if you see anything you like, we are always happy to email or chat! 😉

Till’ next time

Geraldine & Pia xx

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