8+ Decorating Trends Will Vanish in 2019, According To Top Influencers

When it comes to staying on top of the latest design trends, it’s just as important to know what’s “out” as it is to know what’s “in.” That’s why we polled top influencers about the design trends they’re saying good-bye to this year. If you’re wondering what’s on its way out in 2019, you’ve come to the right place. Read on, or risk falling for a design “don’t” instead of a design “do.”

@thejoshuatreehouse — White Spaces

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“We’re anticipating more color in 2019, and a move away from strictly modern, all white spaces. Interiors will reflect a mix of modern and traditional.”

@houselarsbuilt — White Walls

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“See ya later, white walls! They were great for a reset, but I think people started to see that all the houses were looking the same. We need some more personality!”

@lovelyindeed — Minimalism

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“I think that there may be a trend toward a more lived-in aesthetic than the very clean, white, sparse, modern decor trend that has been so popular in the last few years. The minimalist movement is beautiful, but not always realistic for each space or the people in it. It’s a tough aesthetic to maintain, especially if you have children, pets, or lots of extra stuff.”

@apartment_34 — Hygge

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“As much as I love Scandinavian-inspired design, I think all things hygge have had their day in the sun and that it’s time to make way for more saturated and elevated style.”

@liagriffith — Mid-century Modernism

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“The mid-century overload is so over. Though I do love the look of elegant Danish lines, I like my rooms to speak to 2019 rather than a past century. Mixing a piece in here and there? Yes!”

@thecraftedlife — Industrial Accents

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“If I had to guess, industrial accents. I see things becoming a bit more polished (think polished brass!).”

@talirothdesigns — Brass

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“I think (I have said this before, as have others) that brass is so tired. I think a distressed brass will always be pretty, but new shiny yellow brass has left the building.”

@organize_it — Grays

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“Gray tones lack personality and warmth. When I walk into a room with gray tones, my energy is instantly affected. Gray has been a popular trend for so long but it’s slowly starting to subside.”

@clutterhealing — Nothing!

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“I don’t believe that anything is really ‘out.’ Our homes are a deep reflection of who we are and should feel like a sanctuary every day. If someone prefers a minimal vibe, and another a layered floral pattern, I say let them have it! A happy and tidy home is the best kind of design.”

@handmadecharlotte — Minimalism

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“This is a tough one! I think every trend or style can be amazing if done in the right way, but one trend I’ve been less excited about lately is minimalism—bring on all the colors, shapes, patterns, and textures!”

@heywanderer — Gallery Walls

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“We are recovering gallery wall addicts. We recently dismantled a prominent gallery wall in our living room because we were ready for a change and we felt it no longer matched our tastes. It really made the room feel less cluttered.”

@withinthegrove — Grays & Whites

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“I believe you’re going to start seeing less neutral spaces that incorporate mainly grays and whites. People are starting to crave a bold or even just a subtle pop of color and texture within their home design. This doesn’t mean that neutrals are out, but you’ll start to see the mixture of metallics, design styles, color and the use of warmer tones in spaces.”

John Bauer

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