Spring is a season for the senses and a great time to freshen up your home. Renew and invigorate any space with colour; from bathrooms to bedrooms and accent walls, paint is an easy way to breathe new life into a room. If you need advice on a colour scheme, then let our experienced team of interior designers and paint experts help. Foy & Company makes the home decorating process easier, and working together, we can help you achieve your desired look and feel.
Key interior trends for this year include bold and vibrant colour palettes from rich reds to bright citruses and forest greens. Art deco styles, mixing metals and furniture in stylish gold are also right on trend for Spring 2019. Here is some inspiration to get you started:
Cravings: think rich reds, flamingo orange and rich purples – combine with neutrals and warm browns
Classico: everlasting colours such as rich teal, grey flannel, rich gold and apricots.
Night watch: deep greens that look like jade and have references to nature.
The 1920s are back; tables, chairs, lighting and don’t be afraid to mix metals.
Gold works perfectly with so many design styles but is particularly well-suited to the Art Deco look. Using gold in your lighting and accessories adds just the right amount of sophistication. For added glamour, why not opt for a bar cart, which is another key trend for 2019 and strongly complements the art deco style. Not to mention, it’s the ideal place to display your favourite glassware and bottles – perfect for party-time!
Ceilings with design
Painting your ceiling in a similar colour to your walls got more popular last year and is a continuing trend in 2019, but how about going that extra step and wall-papering them?
Hygge is a Danish and Norwegian concept related to wellness and happiness. The idea is that by creating a calm, serene space that is clutter free, you improve the quality of your life. Adding plants also ties in with this trend, helping to bring a freshness to your space.
Matt Black is the New Grey
Black adds drama and elegance to a space and works beautifully with gold accessories. Or, why not opt for a monochrome palette and pair black with white; the contrast of the colours provides a nice sense of balance and just the right amount of boldness. It truly is a timeless design trend.
Bold kitchen accessories
Brighten up your kitchen by adding splashes of colour through your appliances. We love this La cusine pro cast iron casserole dish for one-pot wonders – stylish and practical!
Concrete is leaving the construction yard and moving into our home décor, providing a clean crisp look that’s easy to mix and match with the other trends this year.
Patterns continue to be a key trend for 2019 and geometric styles are everywhere. Introduce them into your home by using rugs, cushions, wallpapers or wall art.
Bring a touch of 1970s’ influence into 2019, with the Ria Collection and the Chisa chair – both of which exude elegance and perfectly complement the art deco style.