by Amanda Ullmann November 13, 2018 3 min read

2018 is coming to a close. It seems crazy. This year has truly flown by, but we're excited for this next year.

With the end of the year comes our favorite time here at Save on Crafts. New home decor trends. Designers and stores are already looking at the new looks that are coming in 2019. And so you can be best prepared for sprucing up your home decor, we are here to share our top 10 picks for home decor trends for 2019.
1.Plants & Greenery
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Plants are perfect for home decor! They not only look good, but they can help improve the air quality in your home. Mixing and matching different can make it fit your personal taste even more. If you don't have a green thumb, keeping floral bouquets or faux flowers can give you the same fresh look, with no watering required.
2. Marble Finishes
isn't just for counter tops anymore. Tables, vase, candles, trays and countless other home decor pieces look extra flawless and elegant in a marble finish. If you prefer a more minimalist look, marble accents add something extra to that minimalist look.
3. Natural Wood Accents
Rustic has been trending for weddings for years, but that trend is now spilling over into home decor. Wood accents are the quintessential rustic decor. can be used a candle holders, trays or cake platters.
4. Earth Tones
Earth tones are perfect for mixing and matching with rustic pieces and plants. Earth tones are perfect for in 2019. This way you can make any natural elements of your decor truly stand out against the earth tones of your walls.
5. Geometric Everything
Geometric patterns are another offshoot of minimalist decor. It gives you a pattern to an otherwise plain background, while still remaining simple and elegant. Geometric , trays and candle holders are trendy pieces perfect for homes and other spaces.
6. Vintage Flair
From the clean lines of mid century modern to the eclectic, bright styles of the 80s, vintage is back! Vintage trends range from mid century furniture to macrame hangings that are often found on walls and as planter holders.
7. Patterned Pieces
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From tribal inspired pieces to colorful paint splattered items, patterns are in! Solid decor is being overlooked in favor of pieces with emotion and flair. Patterns not only give some interest to your home decor, but you can also mix and match your patterns. Mixing and matching your patterns has previously been a design faux pas, but this rule is meant to be broken in 2019.
8. Jewel Tones
With natural colors peaking through the home decor trends of 2019, jewel tones are the bright and vibrant answer to earth tones. Deep emerald greens and purples are perfect to accent any natural tones throughout your decor.
9. Upcycled Furniture & Decor
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Sustainability has been a big part of the conversation for the past few years. People want to reduce wastefulness wherever they can. Upcycling is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint and it has become a major trend. Taking vintage chairs and reupholstering them to create your own unique pieces, or searching vintage shops to unique pieces to decorate your home is trendier than ever before.
10. Distressed Metals
Perfect metallic pieces are still stunning in weddings, but distressed and hammered metals are the newest home accent pieces everyone seems to love. Going back to vintage inspired, vintage looking metals give people the rustic look they crave. , and other metal decor pieces that look distressed are all over Instagram and Pinterest to inspire you on how to incorporate this look. With a variety of new home decor trends, it can be hard to decide what you like best. Do you incorporate one or all of the trends? What can you mix and match? Luckily a lot of the trends we're seeing intertwine with one another so you can incorporate many of them to create your perfect home sweet home.

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