Get Ready for These 6 Decor Trends That Will Dominate 2019

Stuck in a design rut?

Chairish, the online marketplace for furniture, decor, and art released its 2019 trend report, using its inventory of more than 250,000 pieces to tell us what we'll be seeing everywhere in the new year.

From maximal, showy table settings to comfy floor cushions, the report is the perfect guide for putting a bit of spark back in your space. Here are six of our favorite trends for 2019:

1. Wall Sculptures

wall sculpture
credit: Etsy

Why not put your art directly on the wall? Punchy 3D sculptures are a unique departure from a regular canvas or framed prints — and they don't have to be excessively large or expensive, like this neutral piece from Etsy shows.

2. Head Vases

"From vintage to new, we've been seeing faces of all moods on vessels and vases," says Anna Brockway, Chairish's co-founder and president. "We predict that this trend will quickly become all the rage." So add a little charm to your space with this Jonathan Adler face vase.

3. Trims and Fringe

fringed basket
credit: Anthropologie

Fringe and trim detailing add great texture, and they don't have to be over the top either; even a small addition, like this fringed basket from Anthropologie, can tie a room together.

4. Animal Print Rugs

west elm zebra rug
credit: West Elm

Just like on the runway, animal prints are super hot in home decor, too! "Turn to animal prints, shapes, and themes to bring a little meow to your floors this year," says Brockway. We love West Elm's understated take on a classic zebra-stripe pattern.

5. Maximalist Table

Maximalist table
credit: Zara Home

Less isn't always more, especially when it comes to the table. "Bring on the prints, a mélange of textures, playful flora and fauna, and over-the-top accents," says Brockway. Few collections exemplified this spirit more than Zara Home's fall collection, inspired by Milan's Villa Borsani.

6. Turkish Ottomans and Benches

Stacked floor pillows or Turkish ottomans are an easy way to add more seating in an otherwise small space. Brockway loves their bohemian look — although we're loving the plush vibes of these velvet pillows from Urban Outfitters.

Laura Ratliff

Laura Ratliff

Laura is a New York City-based freelance writer who writes about travel, food, and design. Her work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Bon Appétit, GQ, Condé Nast Traveler, and more. She's a sucker for a good curbside furniture find.