Trending in 2019: More Jungalow, Seventies Redux and Pattern Galore

Keep your eyes open for Mixology, a hot new 2019 design trend blending maximalist pattern and color.

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December 18, 2018
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Maximalists Wanted

Glossy black subway tile and a patterned gray tile floor balance out the bold, colorful graffiti design in this breakfast nook dining furniture. In the great room, faux deer heads painted every shade of the rainbow inject a dose of whimsy and surprise in this wonderfully over-the-top maximalist Mixology-inspired room.

Statement Wall

The entryway to this family home is kept clean and clear with a built-in storage area; a Martinique wallpaper and kilim-covered bench make a pattern-filled statement. Botanical wallpaper is a quick and easy way to bring the Mixology look to your home.

Feminine Meets Funky

Lush, jungle green wallpaper fills this bathroom with vibrant color and is chicly contrasted with crisp black, white and gold accents. Subway tile in the shower and a grate-like partition wall playfully nods to the home's New York City location. Mixology blends feminine florals and a use of color that really pushes the envelope.

Color Rules

This studio features a variety of patterns and textures. Several furnishings do double duty as work spaces.

Dot Matrix

Stepping into this eclectic living room reveals walls of polka dot wallpaper. Pops of red in the dining chairs and canvases complement the bold aesthetic, ensuring that this space is full of visual interest.

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Happening Hollywood Regency

Palm printed wallpaper makes a statement on its own, but when paired with gold, midcentury modern chandeliers and a green lacquer dining table this dining room reaches a whole new level of glamorous eccentricity. Black accents and the neutral hardwood floor balance the bold features. Mixology is all about a mix of color, texture and surfaces.

Jolts of Color

This sitting room gets a big, bold personality thanks to a mix of striking patterns and pops of hot pink. The white rug and clear coffee tables help anchor the flights of fancy around them.

Wallpaper Brings the Pattern

This dining area features an energetic mix of colors and patterns. The boxy shape of the room and windows is softened by the swoops and curves of the furniture, accessories, even the wallpaper. A boldly patterned wallpaper is an instant way to get the Mixology look.

Mixology It Up

A patterned rug and rich curtains bring color to this dining room, while a potted tree lends a natural touch. Black and white chairs head the dining table, adding another stylish pattern to the mix, and a beautiful chandelier adds light and interest overhead.

Material World

Vibrant colors, mixed patterns and styles, expressive art and unique accessories give this eclectic sitting room panache. Unique and varying wallpapers break up the neutral wall paint, while plants scattered throughout the room make it feel alive. Wicker furniture, jute rugs and a play of textures is one way to get a Mixology look in your space.

Fearless Mix

A mix of bold patterns and colors dominates this Mediterranean-inspired sunroom. The streamlined sofa is upholstered in a bold blue hue that gets deeper as it falls to a waterfall skirt. A large, striped ottoman is multifunctional, serving as a coffee table or as overflow seating for entertaining.

Child's Play

By turning this room (figuratively) upside down (stripes on ceiling), designer Karen Wolf created a focal point, leading to the giant window showcasing the star of the room—Dwell Studios "Brushed Dot" fabric with peacock and yellow polka dots. The main challenge in the space was a balancing act on how to make all these patterns and colors work.

Taste of the Tropics

Inspired by the Caribbean, the color scheme in this room was all about pushing the boundaries of bright, saturated color. Hand-beaded chairs with an abundance of brightly patterned fabrics and wallpaper, unite to make this space exciting and unique. Using vibrant, tropical, exotic patterns and colors is one way to bring the Mixology look home.

Shades of Blue

Gray skies are beautiful skies in this chic bedroom. The cloud-filled wallpaper serves as a surprising neutral backdrop for the room's bold, blue patterns.

Art Deco Attitude

A simple dining table is paired with a striped rug and striped drapes for a jolt of personality further accentuated with a dramatic, artsy wallpaper.

A New Take on Pink and Green

This colorful dining room elegantly blends patterns to create a sweet, feminine space. The blue and green argyle floor that flows in from the kitchen complements the floral patterned wallpaper. The distressed, green farmhouse table and the pink cushions to accent tie the whole space together.

Personality Plus

The neon sign and pink headboard in the master bedroom showcase the homeowner's personality and illustrate the feminine side of Mixology.

Powder Room Drama

Dramatic floral wallpaper, dark paneling and gold-trimmed accents set a bold tone in this powder room. The large, white and pastel blooms help balance and soften the design.

Jewel Tones

Velvets, edgy floral wallpaper and jewel-toned glass are trends in stunning supply in this bedroom by Catherine M. Austin Interior Design.

Pile High With Glamour

Glass elements piled on for optimum glamor and their lovely reflective properties translate to a trend you can easily introduce into your home. A portion of the wall is mirrored, but even the addition of glass accessories on a table or dresser can achieve this light, elegant effect. The Old Hollywood feel of this room is amplified with the palm-shaped dining room table with glass top and a subtle, almost shadow-effect custom mural in this stunning dining room from Philip Sides Interior Design. More sugary pastels add to the sumptuous mood.

Flower Power

The trend for floral wall coverings with an Asian attitude is in gorgeous effect in this feminine living room from Beth Webb Interiors. Fresh flowers and complementary Asian vases add to the effect.

Call of the Wild

Talk about exotic refinement. This master suite from Mathews Furniture + Design demonstrates the very cutting edge trend for blending feminine, jewel-tone details like this purple-accented Oriental rug and amethyst bowl with cheeky exotic touches like the ceramic elephant table, leopard pillows and Jungalow-worthy white palm accent to really rev up the drama.

Green Scene

Garden windows aren't just for the kitchen, they can bring life to a bedroom too, and the infusion of lush green color combined with a spirited wallpaper makes a powerful Jungalow statement.

Think Outside the Box

While some tenants at this apartment space use the parking area for their cars and bicycles or storage, this inventive resident transformed their parking area into a lush back patio.

No Place for Fear

Pattern mixing is a great short cut to a Mixology look. Covering surfaces with colorful patterned textiles is the fastest and easiest way to completely transform a piece of furniture or wall—and energize a room.

Test Pattern

The formality of this cozy bedroom with its Thibaut through Duralee Chang Toile covering the walls and ceiling is balanced by a fun almost tie-dye rug says designer Jena Salmon. "When you do something so traditional, I think it really needs a punch of funk on it," says Salmon of that statement rug.

Easy Entertaining

This lucite-and-brass bar cart, with its gold shakers and disco ball sipper cups bring a spirit of fun to this Mixology space enlivened by this punchy tropics-inspired wallpaper pattern that practically screams "good times."