After reading the Good Homes Magazine article on the 2019 Interior Design trends (have you seen it? – I’ll leave the link below), I’m looking forward to seeing what this year has to offer on the interior style front! With warm light neutrals, brighter warmer colours and more rich and textured materials, it’s going to be an interesting year!
But my current favourite interior trend should be no surprise!
As I mentioned in my recent blog post about our bathroom, I have ALWAYS loved leafy green plants in a house. When we walk past a rack of leafy indoor plants at the supermarket, I always have to stop and look, even though I know I won’t be buying them. I honestly feel like a house becomes a home when it has at least one plant in it… they literally breathe life into the space.
Real plants are, of course, the preferred choice, but if you’re not great at looking after things, then I would suggest looking at the faux plant option.
In this 2019 trend, Botanical Greens spread throughout the interiors, gracing printed fabrics, accessories and even rugs! Below I have shared some of my favourite pieces that will help bring the botanical interior trend into your home.
Teaming luscious foliage with bold printed fabrics, metallic furniture (gold or brass!!) and deeply hued pieces of furniture…… mmm yes please! Bring the depth and exoticism of the jungle with these beauties…
- Green Succulent Wall Hanger from Dunelm
- Aula Nesting Coffee Table from Made
- Leaf Towel from Next
- Martinique Easy Fit Light Shade from Very
- Embroidery Leaf Cushion from Next
- Cypress Glass Touch Lamp from Next
- Gallery Palm Leaves Cushion from Very
- Round Gold Wall Mirror from H&M Home
- Margot Left Hand Facing Chaise Longue, Forest Green Velvet from Made
Which is your favourite? I’m dying to go and pick up a couple of the Leaf Towels from Next so that we can use them in our bathroom when we’ve decorated. I also love the idea of the Succulent Wall Hanger…
What are your thoughts on the Botanical Trend? Have you invested in some foliage or accessories to help you achieve this look? Share them with me below! #
Check out the Good Homes Magazine article below too 🙂