Interior Designers are Already Over These 2019 Design Trends

published Jul 15, 2019
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ICYMI: Trends come and go sooner than you think. Take this year’s crop of home design fads, for example. Just a few months ago, we asked several interior designers about the trends they thought would hit it big in 2019. (Terrazzo! Curvy furniture! Gilded accents!)

But now? Some interior designers are already over some of the biggest trends of the year. At the end of the day, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and how you decorate your home is totally your call. But here are some trends that four interior designers are saying are so 2019:

1. Bare it All

“Trend that needs to go away: Bath vanities with open shelving at the bottom. Why is seeing folded towels suddenly considered decoration?” —Danielle Rollins, interior designer

2. Macrame Madness

“We are saying goodbye to all macrame dreamcatchers. They are dust-collectors.” —Jill Johnson and Suzanne Ascher, co-founders of Waterleaf Interiors

3. One-Stop Shopping

“Please stop buying the page from the catalog. I know it feels safe, but challenge yourself to mix and match to get a more layered and interesting look.” —Bailey Austin, principal at Bailey Austin Design

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4. Played-Out Palms

“I love palm print, I really do. I’d live at the Greenbrier or Beverly Hills Hotel and relish the palm wallpaper. However, knock-off prints seem to be everywhere. The oversaturated use of palm print makes it lose a bit of its appeal.” —Alessandra Wood, interior designer and vice president of style at Modsy

What 2019 design trends are you already over? Sound off in the comments below!