Furniture And Decor Inspired By Patrone’s 2019 Color Of The Year: Living Coral

Pantone announces their 2019 Color Of The Year!Getty

Pantone just announced their 2019 color of the year is Living Coral. They describe it as “an animating and life-affirming coral hue with a golden undertone that energizes and enlivens with a softer edge.”

Designers React

Designers are very excited about this choice including Aurore Martial of Domus Venus who told me, “After Ultra Violet last year, we’re definitely entering into an era of warmer and happier tones. Earthy tones are really in vogue, reminiscent of the 70s color palettes. I think we see a lot more of these pastel warm colors these days that are easily combined together to create beautiful mixes. I’d happily put it next to green shades or desert tones. It’s good to see more life coming in, this Living Coral is breathing a fresh air of happiness in interiors, hopefully, people won’t be as scared of using color in their homes too. If they are, and still want to stick to neutrals, the coral could be used as a nice contrasting color on accessories or woodwork.”

As Martial explained, this color might the mood-boosting shade we all need in our homes right now, “I like the addition of ‘living’ next to coral. It makes the traditional coral tone brighter and more invigorating. I almost feel in spring when I see it, yet it feels quite soothing too.”

How To Add Orange

An orange guest room.

An orange guest room.Alexis Rogers

Alexis Rodgers of At Home With Alexis saw this trend coming and used for the guest bedroom of homeowners Allison Weiss Brady and Chip Brady. She shared her key to using this modern color in a traditional space. “Every room has limiting factors; the challenge and the fun is how to use them to the room’s advantage. In this case, it was how to create a serene bedroom retreat in a small space without sacrificing color. This featured bedroom is the guest bedroom, and we wanted to infuse it with a vibrant, positive energy without overwhelming it. This careful balance of power is how I would describe the color coral: invigorating without overwhelming.”.
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What’s trending in bathrooms for 2019What’s trending in bathrooms for 2019

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Beautiful design and materials aren’t just for giant, resort-style master bathrooms. Indulging in a quartz countertop or designer tile in your powder room won’t break the bank, and lets you experiment with out-of-the-box designs without splashing out for a full bathroom remodel.

Warm metal fixtures

Warm metals are back. Brass, oil-rubbed bronze, or gold fixtures come in a variety of modern, traditional, and transitional styles to match your preference.

Turn up the tech

The longer any technology sticks around, the more affordable it becomes to have installed in your home. In the bathroom, that means radiant underfloor heating and temperature-controlled medicine cabinets.

Floating vanities

Furniture-style vanities have been all the rage for years, but not everyone has a vintage sewing machine or credenza to repurpose, and furniture-style vanities can look clunky in a small space. A floating vanity gives your bathroom a sleek modern look without taking up much room.

Hack your storage

You don’t have to limit storage to linen cabinets or the space under your sink. There are all kinds of tricks to use up the wasted space in your small bathroom. Hang baskets behind the door or mount a ledge shelf above your vanity to take advantage of all your spare space.

Organic materials

Natural stone or wood-look porcelain tile will add a little warmth and serenity to your bathroom. Adding a plant, like aloe vera or bamboo can also give your bathroom a peaceful, spa-like feel.

Accent walls

Whether you choose to use paint, wallpaper or tile, an accent wall is a great way to liven up any bathroom. Consider using the wall behind the sink or even one of the shower walls to add something a little extra to your life.

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These Are The Hottest Trends In Bathrooms For 2019

Eric Roth

If you’ve been contemplating that bathroom reno for a while now, it’s time to take the next step. The new year is bringing with it a a bunch of new design trends, and some things that have been around for a decade (hello, wall-to-wall mirrors) are being replaced with new, fresh, and fun ideas. Interior designer and Creative Director at Emily Henderson Designs, Brady Tolbert, let us in on what’s hot for bathrooms in 2019, and you’re going to want to copy everything on this list.

1 Storage Ledges Are Happening
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You know that catchall niche you use for literally every product you need in the shower? It’s opening up, and making room for the ledge. “It’s a cleaner look, and one that can be used in almost every bathroom, no matter the style,” Tolbert says.

2 Expose Your Hardware
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Industrial design fans, this ones for you.”Exposed hardware and piping is coming into the bathroom in a very beautiful way,” Tolbert says. “We used to see it a lot in older and antique homes, but it has come back in a more clean lined and sleek way.”

See more at Nicole Franzen.

3 Concrete And Plaster Are Getting A Makeover
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TREVOR TONDRO

We know—concrete and plaster are notorious for being cold and stark, but forget everything you think you know about them, because in 2019, you’ll see them looking way more refined. “Concrete and plaster are seeping into bathroom design, bringing the once ‘cold’ material into a new form that feels sleek and warm,” Tolbert says.

4 Stick To One Material
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“We’ve seen subway tile for years, but the sizes and shapes are changing, and it is now on every surface of the bathroom,” Tolbert says. “Using a simple tile in a big way gives a lot of impact, without having to break the bank.” Subway tile all day, every day, and we’re totally here for it.

See more at Nicole Franzen.

5 Make A Statement With Your Mirror
moroccan bathroom

William Abranowicz

You could stick with your basic wall-to-wall mirror, but 2019 is making a case for choosing something a little more interesting. “It might not be for everyone or every bathroom, but an impactful mirror can make a statement and create something that feels personal and unique in your home,” Tolbert says.

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These Are The Hottest Trends In Bathrooms For 2019

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Eric Roth

If you’ve been contemplating that bathroom reno for a while now, it’s time to take the next step. The new year is bringing with it a a bunch of new design trends, and some things that have been around for a decade (hello, wall-to-wall mirrors) are being replaced with new, fresh, and fun ideas. Interior designer and Creative Director at Emily Henderson Designs, Brady Tolbert, let us in on what’s hot for bathrooms in 2019, and you’re going to want to copy everything on this list.

1 Storage Ledges Are Happening
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Eric Roth

You know that catchall niche you use for literally every product you need in the shower? It’s opening up, and making room for the ledge. “It’s a cleaner look, and one that can be used in almost every bathroom, no matter the style,” Tolbert says.

2 Expose Your Hardware
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Courtesy of Nicole Franzen

Industrial design fans, this ones for you.”Exposed hardware and piping is coming into the bathroom in a very beautiful way,” Tolbert says. “We used to see it a lot in older and antique homes, but it has come back in a more clean lined and sleek way.”

See more at Nicole Franzen.

3 Concrete And Plaster Are Getting A Makeover
image

TREVOR TONDRO

We know—concrete and plaster are notorious for being cold and stark, but forget everything you think you know about them, because in 2019, you’ll see them looking way more refined. “Concrete and plaster are seeping into bathroom design, bringing the once ‘cold’ material into a new form that feels sleek and warm,” Tolbert says.

4 Stick To One Material
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Courtesy of Black Lacquer Design

“We’ve seen subway tile for years, but the sizes and shapes are changing, and it is now on every surface of the bathroom,” Tolbert says. “Using a simple tile in a big way gives a lot of impact, without having to break the bank.” Subway tile all day, every day, and we’re totally here for it.

See more at Nicole Franzen.

5 Make A Statement With Your Mirror
moroccan bathroom

William Abranowicz

You could stick with your basic wall-to-wall mirror, but 2019 is making a case for choosing something a little more interesting. “It might not be for everyone or every bathroom, but an impactful mirror can make a statement and create something that feels personal and unique in your home,” Tolbert says.

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