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Trending on Remodelista: 5 New Interior Design Ideas for 2019

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Trending on Remodelista: 5 New Interior Design Ideas for 2019

January 4, 2019

What’s ahead for interior design in 2019? This week the Remodelista editors identified some of their favorite trends:

Zero-Waste Kitchen Pantry

In Vancouver,  Kitchen Staples sells dry, fresh, and frozen foods in bulk. Photograph courtesy of Scott & Scott Architects.
Above: In Vancouver,  Kitchen Staples sells dry, fresh, and frozen foods in bulk. Photograph courtesy of Scott & Scott Architects.

Writes Fan: “The next big thing in retail (we hope)? Zero-waste stores equipped with refill stations to minimize single-use plastic containers.” See more at Shopper’s Diary: Kitchen Staples, A Design-Forward Zero-Waste Store.

Instant Kitchen Kit

The Staub Dutch Oven won a spot on our Remodelista \100 list in our book, Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home. A similar choice, available on Amazon Prime, is the four-quart cocotte; \$\284.95.
Above: The Staub Dutch Oven won a spot on our Remodelista 100 list in our book, Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home. A similar choice, available on Amazon Prime, is the four-quart cocotte; $284.95.

See more at The Instant Kitchen Kit: 20 Remodelista Favorites on Amazon Prime.

Quirky Rattan Lamps

Ever since last spring when &#8\2\20;Margot discovered Atelier Vime in Provence, with a collection of contemporary and vintage designs made of rattan and other natural materials&#8\230;we started spotting similar lamps in stylish interiors,&#8\2\2\1; writes Julie.
Above: Ever since last spring when “Margot discovered Atelier Vime in Provence, with a collection of contemporary and vintage designs made of rattan and other natural materials…we started spotting similar lamps in stylish interiors,” writes Julie.

One-of-a-kind rattan lamps are on Julie’s list of New Directions: 11 Interiors Trends for 2019.

Countertop-Depth Refrigerators

The Aga Elise 36-Inch Counter-Depth French Door Refrigerator (MELFDR\23SS) comes in Stainless Steel (shown), White, Midnight Sky, Ivory, Matte Black, and Gloss Black and has a depth of \29 \1/\2 inches; \$3,899 at AJ Madison.
Above: The Aga Elise 36-Inch Counter-Depth French Door Refrigerator (MELFDR23SS) comes in Stainless Steel (shown), White, Midnight Sky, Ivory, Matte Black, and Gloss Black and has a depth of 29 1/2 inches; $3,899 at AJ Madison.

“In a kitchen with standard 24-inch-deep cabinets and 25-inch countertops, a bulky 35-something-inch refrigerator protrudes into the space. But with a counter-depth model—24 to 29 inches (including doors, handles, and all)—your refrigerator is as close to flush as possible if you’re not going for the pricer built-in models,” writes Alexa in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post.

Old-Fashioned Wood Paneling

Painted in in Dulux’s Lexicon Quarter, wood paneling adds texture in a kitchen in Melbourne, designed by  Carole Whiting Interiors Design. Photograph by Jack Shelton.
Above: Painted in in Dulux’s Lexicon Quarter, wood paneling adds texture in a kitchen in Melbourne, designed by  Carole Whiting Interiors Design. Photograph by Jack Shelton.

See more in Before/After: A Space-Enhancing Historic House Remodel in Melbourne.

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