We like clean and organised so doing a spring cleanup is welcomed all year round with open arms. Out with the old, in with the new!

That does not perse have to mean that you literally through out and replace with new furniture, we use it more along the lines of changing around items you already have, giving a wall a new color and make space for a new accessory to make your home look fresh and ready for a new season.

We have looked at numerous interior trends about materials, colors and shapes and listened to our own instincts to come to a list of 5. Obviously, we are looking at this with our huge pink Live Loud Girl glasses on. Yet our recent trips to Copenhagen and Milan and the new brand launches gave a good insight in which direction trends are going and what we love.

A: Blue versus Brown:

Blue is out, brown is in. Not only in fashion, also in our homes. Who would have thought that the brown color our parents chose for bedding and bathroom tiles back in the day would be hot again?
Where blue is a colder tone, brown belongs to the warm earthy pallet and we see it being used frequently. Ranging from sand to camel and from chocolate to the more reddish tones.
As you might know, we have always been big fans of statement painted walls. They are an easy and affordable way to change the vibe of a room. So if you are looking for a room upgrade, be bold and go for what is totally hot at the moment. Check out the 2019 trend colors of Jotun for some ideas.

B: Crate versus bag

As we like organised spaces we like having enough storage. For kids rooms we play around with mixing and matching different sorts. In adult spaces we love using simple and clean white and wooden storage units
We have come to the conclusion that storage bags have made way for the crate. Crates are easy, simple and stackable. They are available in so many colors so fit any style. For our own home and for our projects, crates are now on the top of our shopping list. Find yours at Studio Mini Shop

C: Pop-of-color versus tone-on-tone

Pop-of-color is still very much in our vocabulary yet for adult spaces we love to use tone on tone. Painting a cabinet, a shelving unit or door in the same tone as the wall makes the room calm and sophisticated. And going all the way out with one tone is also a beautiful new trend.  So where we used to create one feature wall, painting more then one wall or even the ceiling in one tone has a fantastic effect. So make a statement with one color you have fallen in love with and really follow through. The stylist duo Krakvik & D’Orazio have made this trend come alive in their home and their work

D: Monochrome versus Saturated 

In interiors it’s the same with fashion. Remember those pants you wore 5 years ago where now you are like: “What was I thinking?”
We totally have that with the monochrome trend that we loved and used for anything from storage bags to bedding. White was the base and from there we worked using the monochrome trend and graphics to complete a project.
Although we still love to start with a white blank canvas, we go more for organic shapes and warm saturated colors. Using them on their own or combining a few to make a more daring combination. Shop the look: wallpaper + bedding

E: Flowers versus plants

We are huge plant fans. Maybe it has to do with growing up in lush Dutch lowlands or because we miss it around us so much in the desert, but we always want to bring in some greenery in our homes and projects.
In our latest projects however we have loved working with flowers, combining single ones, combining colors, combining them with greenery. We have seen this trend a lot in styling and we totally approve of it. Doesn’t say that greenery is out. Yet bold is definitely found its way with inspirational people flower designers like Poppykalas and what can we say: #ADutchieLovesHerFlowers.

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