Top Interior Design Trends for 2019 – Maison & Objet Paris Part 2

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Are you looking for new inspiration for your home décor?

 

Last week I unveiled part 1 of my top interior design trends for 2019. Fresh from Maison et Objet in Paris – I covered the dominating, (and continuing) trend of all things au naturel. And the rise of rattan (also falling under natural).

 

In this ever-increasing digital world – the desire for nature in our homes provides us with much needed balance. The Yin and Yang so to speak. We only have to look at Pinterest to see the rise in popularity of indoor plants.

 

And I’m not just talking about beautiful natural objects for inside the home. The use of natural materials to build the home itself are rising in demand. Floors, facades, walls and surfaces.

 

Top interior design trends for 2019 from Maison & Objet in Paris – Part 2

 

Maison et Objet, kicked off their first of two exhibitions of the year. Showcasing the worlds’ leading makers and designers. Keen to show their top interior design trends for 2019.

 

If you missed the first one, see my link here for part 1 of top interior design trends for 2019 from Maison et Objet. I covered the first two biggest trends of all; Natural and Rattan.

 

In this particular blog, I will cover the remaining two trends I spotted at this years’ exhibition.

 

3)    Green (and introducing the new duck green)

4)    Pop art colour (a complete contrast to natural).

 

Once again, I will let my pictures do the talking (with a short introduction to each trend).

In addition to this, I have included my ‘star of the show’. Displays, objects or pieces of furniture which stopped me in my tracks and made me look… Enjoy!

Are you looking for new inspiration for your home décor?

 

Last week I unveiled part 1 of my top interior design trends for 2019. Fresh from Maison et Objet in Paris – I covered the dominating, (and continuing) trend of all things au naturel. And the rise of rattan (also falling under natural).

 

In this ever-increasing digital world – the desire for nature in our homes provides us with much needed balance. The Yin and Yang so to speak. We only have to look at Pinterest to see the rise in popularity of indoor plants.

 

And I’m not just talking about beautiful natural objects for inside the home. The use of natural materials to build the home itself are rising in demand. Floors, facades, walls and surfaces.

 

Top interior design trends for 2019 from Maison & Objet in Paris – Part 2

 

Maison et Objet, kicked off their first of two exhibitions of the year. Showcasing the worlds’ leading makers and designers. Keen to show their top interior design trends for 2019.

 

If you missed the first one, see my link here for part 1 of top interior design trends for 2019 from Maison et Objet. I covered the first two biggest trends of all; Natural and Rattan.

 

In this particular blog, I will cover the remaining two trends I spotted at this years’ exhibition.

 

3)    Green (and introducing the new duck green)

4)    Pop art colour (a complete contrast to natural).

 

Once again, I will let my pictures do the talking (with a short introduction to each trend).

In addition to this, I have included my ‘star of the show’. Displays, objects or pieces of furniture which stopped me in my tracks and made me look… Enjoy!

Are you looking for new inspiration for your home décor?

 

Last week I unveiled part 1 of my top interior design trends for 2019. Fresh from Maison et Objet in Paris – I covered the dominating, (and continuing) trend of all things au naturel. And the rise of rattan (also falling under natural).

 

In this ever-increasing digital world – the desire for nature in our homes provides us with much needed balance. The Yin and Yang so to speak. We only have to look at Pinterest to see the rise in popularity of indoor plants.

 

And I’m not just talking about beautiful natural objects for inside the home. The use of natural materials to build the home itself are rising in demand. Floors, facades, walls and surfaces.

 

Top interior design trends for 2019 from Maison & Objet in Paris – Part 2

 

Maison et Objet, kicked off their first of two exhibitions of the year. Showcasing the worlds’ leading makers and designers. Keen to show their top interior design trends for 2019.

 

If you missed the first one, see my link here for part 1 of top interior design trends for 2019 from Maison et Objet. I covered the first two biggest trends of all; Natural and Rattan.

 

In this particular blog, I will cover the remaining two trends I spotted at this years’ exhibition.

 

3)    Green (and introducing the new duck green)

4)    Pop art colour (a complete contrast to natural).

 

Once again, I will let my pictures do the talking (with a short introduction to each trend).

In addition to this, I have included my ‘star of the show’. Displays, objects or pieces of furniture which stopped me in my tracks and made me look… Enjoy!

3. The new Duck Green

 

Back in 2017, Pantones’ colour of the year was Greenery. It symbolised new beginnings. Since then, green has simply evolved into new tones. The recent and continuing Jungle trend was dominated by vivid greens and we still see it everywhere today. Right now, I would like to introduce you to the new duck green.

3. The new Duck Green

 

Back in 2017, Pantones’ colour of the year was Greenery. It symbolised new beginnings. Since then, green has simply evolved into new tones. The recent and continuing Jungle trend was dominated by vivid greens and we still see it everywhere today. Right now, I would like to introduce you to the new duck green.

3. The new Duck Green

 

Back in 2017, Pantones’ colour of the year was Greenery. It symbolised new beginnings. Since then, green has simply evolved into new tones. The recent and continuing Jungle trend was dominated by vivid greens and we still see it everywhere today. Right now, I would like to introduce you to the new duck green.

Duck green and shades of this more-earthy tone, look more autumnal than its’ previously popular vibrant sister shades. When I came across this living room (at the Paris exhibition), it felt it could work equally well in a summer setting. Fresh and directional. One step ahead.

Duck green and shades of this more-earthy tone, look more autumnal than its’ previously popular vibrant sister shades. When I came across this living room (at the Paris exhibition), it felt it could work equally well in a summer setting. Fresh and directional. One step ahead.

Duck green and shades of this more-earthy tone, look more autumnal than its’ previously popular vibrant sister shades. When I came across this living room (at the Paris exhibition), it felt it could work equally well in a summer setting. Fresh and directional. One step ahead.

Other notable tones of greens which caught my eye, were these jewel-greens in chartreuse, lime and emerald. I love the way the busy monochrome wallpaper (on left) contrasts beautifully with the velvet sofa. A refreshing zesty palette which works all year round.

Other notable tones of greens which caught my eye, were these jewel-greens in chartreuse, lime and emerald. I love the way the busy monochrome wallpaper (on left) contrasts beautifully with the velvet sofa. A refreshing zesty palette which works all year round.

Other notable tones of greens which caught my eye, were these jewel-greens in chartreuse, lime and emerald. I love the way the busy monochrome wallpaper (on left) contrasts beautifully with the velvet sofa. A refreshing zesty palette which works all year round.

4. Pop Art Colour

 

Hidden deep in a mass of neutral and natural interiors – I spotted a rebel trend. Pop art colour. It provided a much welcome contrast. Inspiration came from street art, 60’s graphics and vintage furniture. All in bright poppy colours.

4. Pop Art Colour

 

Hidden deep in a mass of neutral and natural interiors – I spotted a rebel trend. Pop art colour. It provided a much welcome contrast. Inspiration came from street art, 60’s graphics and vintage furniture. All in bright poppy colours.

4. Pop Art Colour

 

Hidden deep in a mass of neutral and natural interiors – I spotted a rebel trend. Pop art colour. It provided a much welcome contrast. Inspiration came from street art, 60’s graphics and vintage furniture. All in bright poppy colours.

Designs with block colours and strong black lines worked well. I felt like I was in an art gallery!

Designs with block colours and strong black lines worked well. I felt like I was in an art gallery!

Designs with block colours and strong black lines worked well. I felt like I was in an art gallery!

Ideas were twisted to create imaginative designs. This mosaic printed sofa looks like tiling from a swimming pool. Clever don’t you think?

 

The display of pots (above, on right), is simply a master class on how to inject colour within a colour scheme. Like a happy sun, the yellow colour pops out behind the neutral, earthy pots. I love it.

Ideas were twisted to create imaginative designs. This mosaic printed sofa looks like tiling from a swimming pool. Clever don’t you think?

 

The display of pots (above, on right), is simply a master class on how to inject colour within a colour scheme. Like a happy sun, the yellow colour pops out behind the neutral, earthy pots. I love it.

Ideas were twisted to create imaginative designs. This mosaic printed sofa looks like tiling from a swimming pool. Clever don’t you think?

 

The display of pots (above, on right), is simply a master class on how to inject colour within a colour scheme. Like a happy sun, the yellow colour pops out behind the neutral, earthy pots. I love it.

And finally, my last ‘star attraction’ of the exhibition (above). A living room setting which did stop me in my tracks and make me look. A combination of texture, colour and design, for me, ticked all the right boxes. I believe it would appeal to both men and women.

 

So, there you have it, part 2 of new interior trends for 2019 from Maison et Objet in Paris. Once again, I can’t wait to delight my clients with some of my new discoveries.

 

Get in touch if you see anything you like, we are always happy to help.

 

Til’ next time

 

Geraldine & Pia xx

And finally, my last ‘star attraction’ of the exhibition (above). A living room setting which did stop me in my tracks and make me look. A combination of texture, colour and design, for me, ticked all the right boxes. I believe it would appeal to both men and women.

 

So, there you have it, part 2 of new interior trends for 2019 from Maison et Objet in Paris. Once again, I can’t wait to delight my clients with some of my new discoveries.

 

Get in touch if you see anything you like, we are always happy to help.

 

Til’ next time

 

Geraldine & Pia xx

And finally, my last ‘star attraction’ of the exhibition (above). A living room setting which did stop me in my tracks and make me look. A combination of texture, colour and design, for me, ticked all the right boxes. I believe it would appeal to both men and women.

 

So, there you have it, part 2 of new interior trends for 2019 from Maison et Objet in Paris. Once again, I can’t wait to delight my clients with some of my new discoveries.

 

Get in touch if you see anything you like, we are always happy to help.

 

Til’ next time

 

Geraldine & Pia xx

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