10 Daring Interior Design Trends You Will See Everywhere In 2019

Dated: 01/10/2019

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We’ll be the first to admit that it’s hard to keep up with the latest and greatest decor trends. Not only are they constantly changing, but views vary wildly: One designer says something’s in, while another says it’s out. And that’s nothing to say of your opinion on the matter.

But if you’re seeking inspiration—or heck, maybe you just want to look at some beautiful photos and dream—we’ve got you covered.

We consulted with dozens of design experts from coast to coast to unveil the biggest decor trends we’ll see in 2019. Some have been subtly sneaking into our homes for a while, ready to take center stage. Others are taken straight from the runways in Paris and New York—big, bold, and primed to be integrated in small doses into our spaces.

Read the full article at Realtor.com

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Boots Levinson

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