Home Design 2019 | 7 Hot Trends for 2019

Tile backsplash feature wall. Home Design 2019

What is trending in home design for 2019? The designers at Houzz tolled in with their best picks. Here are a couple of their picks for best home design trends in 2019:

Tile backsplash feature wall. Home Design 2019

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Tile backsplash feature wall.  Home Design 2019

In home design for 2019 more kitchens are utilizing tile for a highlight divider, taking the tile from ledge to roof. The tile is even behind gliding racks and range hoods to make an eye-getting highlight divider.

Glass and steel room dividers. Home Design 2019

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Glass and steel room dividers.  Home Design 2019

As of late, we’ve seen expanded notoriety in glass and steel for front entryways and shower fenced in areas on Houzz. Be that as it may, smart thoughts spread rapidly. We’re seeing more glass and steel dividers between inside rooms and anticipate that that should proceed in home design for 2019. They give an open inclination while as yet giving some security and commotion control, alongside a snappy realistic component or differentiating shading to generally white dividers.

The centerpiece tub. Home Design 2019

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The centerpiece tub.  Home Design 2019

Property owners are spending more to build the measure of their washroom and cut out a spa-like space. What’s more, the home design trend for 2019 is giving a ton of thoughtfulness regarding making the tub the elite player of their space.

Black is back. Home Design 2019

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Black is back.  Home Design 2019

Dark is entering kitchens in a huge way. Dark range hoods, island highlight hues, and every dark bureau are springing up in more plans. Houzz predicts more kitchens including dark cupboards matched with white dividers, back-splash and ledges for a dynamic and refined differentiation.

Furniture benches in the dining area. Home Design 2019

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Furniture benches in the dining area.  Home Design 2019

In the kitchen, worked in bench seating in an eating alcove isn’t just in vogue yet in addition offers additional capacity if that wasn’t already enough. Architects are getting seat furniture pieces, which offer a reasonable and helpful option. “It turns almost any dining spot into more of a lounge area, and you can tuck a few storage baskets underneath for blankets, games, place settings and more, giving you the feeling of a banquette without the commitment,” Houzz notes.

Board and batten exterior. Home Design 2019

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Board and batten exterior.  Home Design 2019

The cutting edge farmhouse look is as yet going solid all through the home, yet outsides are additionally reflecting it now as well.  “The board and batten method of construction delivers that homey look and adds texture and interest to what might otherwise be a flat facade,” Houzz notes.

Wood vanities can help convey a substantial portion of warmth to the restroom. Wooden vanities have for quite some time been well known on Houzz, yet the most recent plans are moving in the direction of recovered wood or light wood with get stains that draw out grain design subtleties and bunches.

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