5 Easy-to-Follow Interior Design Trends For Your Apartment

When it comes to redecorating your house, it always seems like the ideas you have are too ambitious or expensive to pull off. Dejected, you think of hiring an interior decorator instead, but that will cost you an arm and a leg as well.

But what if we told you that there was an easy way to design your new apartment? Here are some interior design trends that have been incredibly popular in 2019 and are easy to pull off while on a budget.

Big, bold plants

This trend has been at the forefront of interior design since the onset of 2018, and we don’t see it going away any time soon. Big and bold plants that are placed strategically in an organized living room make a style statement like no other.

Moreover, if your room is monochrome or has a theme that comprises just two or three colors, adding a splash of green can make your room look instantly brighter.

Multifunctional furniture

If there was one phrase we could use to describe the interior design trends of 2019, it would be less is more, and that’s exactly the purpose of multifunctional furniture. These pieces are a great way to make space in smaller apartments. Luxury apartments are moving toward such furniture pieces as well, due to their effectiveness and practicality.


Minimalist art combined with floral themes

Consumers are heading to stores to buy minimalist furniture, rugs, and drapes because of their vast appeal. The clean edges and uniform designs make apartments look organized and clean. To introduce some energy into the room, drape floral fabrics on the sofa or use floral cushion covers.

Bold colors

Rental apartments usually have walls that are all painted in light colors. While that may add a touch of sophistication to your apartment, you wouldn’t want your guests to think you have bland taste.

Add a splash of color to your apartment by incorporating products in bold colors. You could add navy blue curtains to contrast cream walls, a colorful painting of abstract art to balance out the grey in the room, or even an orange coffee table to compliment the brown sofas.

Modern Vintage Lighting

Say goodbye to Edison bulbs and replace them with vintage modern lighting. A vintage piece of lighting with stylistic cues, rather than a bulb with exposed wires, will not only add a touch of modern French design to your living room, but will also save you a lot of electricity. Opt for refined and well-proportioned chandeliers with sculpted lines to install LED light sources in.

If you’re looking for an apartment in Dallas to use all these interior design tips and tricks on, contact Dallas Upscale Apartment Locators and let us help you find luxury apartments, lofts,  and townhouses that tick all the boxes. Visit our website today!

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