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A Sneak Peek at Designers' Top 2019 Home Trends

Designers at this fall's High Point Market shared inside tips for the top trends they expect to see in 2019.

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Photo: Courtesy of Bellini Modern Living. From: Sam Henderson.

Mellow Yellow

Tina Nicole, furniture designer and co-founder of Nathan Anthony furniture, has noted that yellow is popping up everywhere. The color is not "knock you down" yellow, but a more subdued version as seen in these Madison leather and wood chairs from Bellini Modern Home.

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The Darker Side of Wood

Darker woods are getting more attention and being used in ways that are clean and simple, yet refined according to designer Carla Aston of Carla Aston design. Notably, Carla loved this mid-century modern inspired desk from Alfonso Marina.

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Photo: Courtesy of Seasonal Living, photo by John Martorano. From: Sam Henderson.

Set in Stone

Designer Elizabeth Scruggs of Superior Construction and Design was struck by the number of concrete finishes she saw this year. She saw that many furniture pieces were topped with floating concrete tops and that many manufacturers were offering accessories in concrete, such as these large-scale concrete vases from Seasonal Living.

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Photo: Courtesy of CR Laine. From: Sam Henderson.

Somewhere Between Red and Orange

"There is a certain burnt-orange color this year that I have spotted several times", says designer Jana Donohoe of Jana Donohoe Designs. As an example, Jana points to this leather Lilly chair from CR Laine.

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