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Trending for 2019: Slow Living Mixes the Artisanal and the Organic

November 05, 2018

Think handmade, homemade, earthy and sustainable in this earthy, sustainable and trending-for-2019 look.

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Photo: Alexandra Ribar. From: Leanne Ford.

Clean Neutrals

With seating for eight, the large dining table in the middle of this newly remodeled kitchen gives the homeowners a great space to entertain, while the combination of a farmhouse table and wrought iron chairs adds visual interest to the space. Slow Living emphasizes not just clean design, but design that fosters wellness, conversation and time with friends and family.

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Photo: Colby Edwards. From: Joe Human.

Warmth Is In

Dark, masculine suit-stitch textile wallpaper creates a dashing look in this bedroom. For added luxury, the designers mixed light and dark tones and soft textiles for the bedding. The overall feel is a bedroom that offers a tranquil, restful escape. Rooms that make us calm, that invite contemplation and meditation are part of the Slow Living trend for wellness-via-design.

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Photo: Alexandra Ribar. From: Leanne Ford.

Comfort Married to Style

Wrought iron dining chairs add interest to the kitchen space while adding a touch of industrial style to the design. A sheepskin draped on a chair, natural light and a clutter-free environment typify Slow Living style.

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Photo: Alexandra Ribar. From: Leanne Ford.

Bring Nature In

The mountain view from this homeowners' bedroom was so breathtaking that designers widened the doorway to the master bathroom so that nature was visible throughout the entire master suite.

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