4 New Season Interior Trends We Love

As the nights get colder and darker, we start to spend more time indoors so we had better make sure our homes are looking tip top!  We have rounded up some of our favourite winter 2019 interior trends that will transform your house into a stylish space that you’ll be delighted to hibernate in! From pretty pastel tones to bold prints that pack a punch, discover your dream interior look


New Romantique

One of the most decadent looks around for winter 2019 is this beautiful romantic scheme. Infused with soft rose and amethyst tones as well as luxuriant fabrics, this look works perfectly in the living room or bedroom.

With French boudoir inspirations, there is a suggestion of old school glamour to this look. Cut glass perfume bottles, scalloped edges and gilded mirrors are all perfect for adding a touch a romantique to your space. If you prefer your palette a little more muted, try incorporating soft dove greys into the look.

Harriet chair in Heatley twill blush, £699, Sophia large sofa in Bellevue lilac, £129,9 Beatrix rug in terracotta, from £159, Sandford marble round nest of tables, £19, Sandford marble square coffee table, £229, Leda task floor lamp, £129, Aubrey throw, £39.50, Triangle chenille cushion, £15, Core cushion, £15, Linear tea light, £2.50, Linear hurricane, £5, Diamond cut glass ombre vase, £12.50, small pyramid hurricane, £15, all at Marks & Spencer

Slow Living

This look celebrates a slower pace of life with chic laid-back styling and artisan designs that are created with care. Natural materials form the basis of this look with aged leather, woven wicker and untreated wooden furnishings working together to create a scheme than encourages you to relax and take the time to enjoy your surroundings.

Prints and patterns from around the globe in simple palettes complete this look and add interest to the simplicity of the styling without detracting from the craftsmanship.

Winter 2019 interior trends

Agra side table, £225, large round mirror, £130, Brooklyn table lamp, £38, Kai rattan easy fit shade, £40, Bernie bed, from £299, all at Next


Modern Pastels

Pastel shades may put you in mind of cutesy colours but for winter 2019, pastels have had a super cool make-over with chalky finishes and grey undertones cutting through the sweetness.

Soft powder pink is still the hue that many are gravitating towards with it appearing across accessories, furnishings and lighting too. Dip your toe into the trend with two or three accent pieces or go the whole hog by layering pale duck egg blue, blush and lemon yellow on a simple backdrop.

Winter 2019 interior trends

Show-Wood Upholstered Bed Frame in Topaz Pink, £699, Mongolian Cushion in Soft Teal, £45 Hotel Silk Quilt in Soft Teal, £280, Boutique Hotel Linear Bedspread in Frost, £100, Design project By John Lewis No.019 Throw in Plaster, £65, Bronzed Vase, £15, Egyptian Cotton 400 Thread Count Soft & silky double Duvet Cover in Rosa, £80, Egyptian Cotton 400 Thread Count Soft & Silky Standard Pillowcase in Rosa, £15, Egyptian Cotton 200 Thread Count Crisp & Fresh Oxford Pillowcase in Mulberry, £12, Malachite hand knot rug, £1,800, Belle Marble Side Table, £199, Helix chandelier, £350 all at John Lewis & Partners

Jungle Fever

What better way to beat the winter blues that to invite a little slice of the rainforest inside? Combining bold tones with animal motifs, playful textures and intricate patterns this safari inspired style is not for those who prefer to keep their interiors neutral with its eclectic mix of materials and tones.

Layer your look with oversized plants, an abundance of accessories and maybe even take inspiration from your new season wardrobe with a touch of animal print.

Teal velvet cushion, £5, mono jungle cushion, £5, orange velvet cushion, £5, leopard cushion, £6, mustard woven loop cushion, £8, copper-toned glass terranium lantern (small), £7, blue and white stoneware vase, £15, terracotta vase, £8, copper-toned glass terranium lantern (large), £20, all at George at Asda

Sophie Lambert

I am No.1's features editor and I love writing about everything from the latest trends and beauty brands to the local restaurants you absolutely have to try!