Our design team travels the world finding unique design elements to incorporate into new ceiling fan designs. Here are some of the interior design trends they’re expecting to see more of in 2019 and how you can add them to your spaces.
Blend bohemian-inspired prints and materials with modern forms and furniture for modern bohemian style in your room. This modern eclectic style has modern influences while utilizing more color, natural materials, pattern, and woven textiles.
A minimialist, modern room has a clean, sleek look; give it a warmer, inviting feel by adding knotted pillows and a Tibetan style rug in a bold color. Keep a neutral pallet in the room with jute rugs, a rattan ottoman, and white furniture, but add a subtle pop of color on the walls by using a pseudo-neutral color like a muted blue or botanical green.
If you’re feeling bolder, layer on the patterned pillows and use colors that stand out like teal, violet, or Pantone’s Living Coral. Not feeling as bright? Try rust or olive colors in your space on blankets and pillows.
The Southern Living Idea House 2018 used the black Bennett ceiling fan with Edison LED light in its global inspired sunroom. This transitional, eclectic ceiling fan complemented the Southwestern inspired textiles and accents combined with layered jute and woven rugs.
Create a oceanside oasis in your room by incorporating coastal home décor. There are more involved with this trend than shells and netting. Other various design aspects help create a bright and inspiring seaside escape.
The standout design element of coastal home style is in the finishes. Embrace wood grains in finishes like driftwood and spalted wood. Our Loki ceiling fan in Polished Nickel and our Wingate fan in Brushed Nickel featured Drifted Oak blades to complement coastal kitchens and living rooms. Use lighting and ceiling fans that feature dappled glass, and add muted mineral textiles like alabaster, quartz, and marble for a subtle accent.
Complement the light finishes with oceanside colors like blues and greens like we did in our Crystal Coast Huntervention™. The mint Cranbrook ceiling fan complemented the blues and seafoam accent colors in the living room. Our designers topped off the blue hues in a bedroom by adding a pop of metallic with the white and Modern Brass Hepburn ceiling fan.
Update the traditional elements of your farmhouse décor with modern finishes and forms.
Shiplap has been a quintessential design aspect of farmhouse style. Instead of using the bigger planks try smaller shiplap planks for a more current take. Add contrast to the neutral color palette of your farmhouse room by painting the shiplap black instead of white. Our shiplap inspired Cedar Key farmhouse ceiling fan in matte black complements modern industrial design elements.
Add clean industrial design elements to add a twist to the softness of farmhouse style. Create contrast with industrial influenced matte black finishes in stairwells or on kitchen hardware against softer wood tones. Add metal barstools and pendant lights in a tumbled metal finish to your kitchen breakfast bar. Maybe even choose a stainless steel farmhouse sink instead of a porcelain white one.
Updated Victorian style is vibrant and embraces maximalism. Bold colors and texture. A blend of vintage and modern design.
Create a whimsical space by embracing the antique look of your current room: intricate crown molding or maybe an antique fireplace (if your space doesn’t already come with these interesting elements, you can always add it!). Top it off with unique, modern artwork encased in an ornate frame and rich textiles in bold colors like navy, evergreen, and burgundy.
Add dramatic décor like metal inlays on table chairs and coffee tables, unexpected patterned wallpaper, and a muted finish on light fixture. Add instant flair to modern Victorian spaces by embracing the smoked glass on our Bennett transitional ceiling fan or the soft marble glass on our Bureau modern ceiling fan. The gloss black ornate pattern on the Promenade Victorian-inspired ceiling fan embraces negative space against a matte base to create depth and dimension that would be the perfect centerpiece to your modern Victorian space.