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Interior Design Trends 2019: A Dining Room Design That Lasts Ages

12/10/2018

Interior Design Trends 2019: A Dining Room Design That Lasts Ages – Dining rooms take a lot to thank over. This time around, your dining room ideas for 2019 are easy peasy thanks to this master post of trends to follow for the next year! Keep an eye out because these might be the ones you’ll want to get into next year! Some interior design trends 2019 are really remarkable, proving that good design lasts for ages.

 


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Interior Design Trends 2019: A Dining Room Design That Lasts Ages

 

Wallpaper dominated the trends in home design ideas this year! Next year, be on the lookout for the colorful patterns and prints. Combine a majestic dining table such as Winchester and Jones dining chair by Essential Home with a unique lamp such as Simone by DelightFULL and you’ll have the perfect combo!

 

Interior Design Trends 2019: A Dining Room Design That Lasts Ages

 

When it comes to chandelier we know this might be a challenge. Our tip: an original mid-century chandelier such as Peggy by DelightFULL and a velvet chair such as Collins and a rich and original dining table such as Wormley by Essential Home and you’ll have it all.

 

Interior Design Trends 2019: A Dining Room Design That Lasts Ages

 

Grey, green and black seem to be the tone colours of the season. A classic minimalist dining room that counts with stellar choices in decor, this might be the one if you are big on dinner parties! Dining chairs courtesy of Essential Home, Collins, and the unique mid-century chandelier Ike, by the lighting brand DelightFULL.

 

Interior Design Trends 2019: A Dining Room Design That Lasts Ages

 

Vinicius dining table by Essential Home takes the stand in this peculiar dining room set. The marble tones combined with the retro feeling and the perfect choice in dining room lighting such as Hendrix by DelightFULL elevates this dining room decor to a max.

 

Interior Design Trends 2019: A Dining Room Design That Lasts Ages

 

If the vintage style dominated the home decor trends of 2018, 2019 marks this as the ongoing trend of following years. If you want to add that bit of vintage taste to your dining room without going overboard, add the retro chandelier to your list! Here you see Neil by DelightFULL as the perfect choice for lighting and Marie dining chairs by Essential Home making this dining room special.

 

Interior Design Trends 2019: A Dining Room Design That Lasts Ages

 

The perfect mixture of mid-century:  Essential Home’s vintage furniture with luxurious textiles and soft colours with  DelightFULL’s Brubeck with one of its mid-century chandeliers to achieve the perfect lighting conditions.

 

Interior Design Trends 2019: A Dining Room Design That Lasts Ages

 

With a revamped look Botti by DelightFULL shines like a pro in this mid-century dining room. With an amazing rug filled with polka dots and an astounding dining room table, Essential Home’s Coppola Rug and Hudson dining chair make this a true vintage statement.

 


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