We review the interior design trends that have defined the past year, summarized in five colors
Design is the result of its time, and the design of the spaces in which we spend our time–be it hotels, restaurants or other public places–even more. Each year–each decade–has its favorite interior design trends, in terms of color, shape or materials, which respond to contemporary concerns in fashion and society.
Ana Hernández and Christophe Penasse, from the interior design and product studio Masquespacio, are always up to date with the latest trends in this area of design, so we decided to ask them about the five top trends in interior design that have marked this past 2019.
As they point out, "our 2019 trend proposals are based on the use of color and the different representation that each one can have for a trend. Each of them, in addition, can be used both in the use of materials or the color itself." Go for it.
Beige White: Natural / Craftsman
The use of beige white colors is intended to represent an aesthetic that seeks to connect with the natural and the artisanal.
Silver: Futuristic / Timeless
The use of silver represents a much more timeless and lasting aesthetic that makes us think about the future. It's often contrasted with some warmer materials or color. It’s ideal for stores or exhibitions where the product and its colors have to stand out.
Purple: Technology / Sophistication
The use of purple is another trend from 2019. It's used in very different ways, bringing to mind and/or taking advantage of the technology we have at our disposal in the present day. It transmits sophistication and energy.
The use of the color green with a less saturated degree is the current trend that leads us to the past and especially to the seventies. Ideal for movie theater seats and the warmest restaurants!
Yellow / Gold: New Luxury
Finally, we have a color that has been popular in interior design for years. However, as it is a popular color, accepted by the masses, it now slowly returns to its origins and to the most sophisticated and high-quality interiors. Ideal for 21st-century businesses with a focus on artisanal production, such as coffee and bread, among others!