There are always new trends emerging in the world of home decor and one of the best places to see what’s going to start filtering into our abodes is at London Design Week 2019.

Homes & Property recently offered a glimpse into what’s making waves there, although the beautifully decorated interior exhibitions will be open to the public from 13 to 15 March.

It seems that it’s all about bold and vibrant colours this year. Think bright pinks, cobalt blues, verdant greens and sunshine yellows, the publication revealed.

There is also a profusion of incredible wallpaper prints on show at this year’s show. Nature is still a big inspiration for our interiors, with everything from large tropical leaf prints to cactus plants featuring on wallpaper patterns at the event.

Floral prints have also gone large. You can see large floral print wallpapers in more muted shades if you’re not quite ready for the really vibrant colours that are growing in popularity.

If you are planning to include a patterned wallpaper in your home, make sure that it’s properly hung otherwise the end result will look shabby rather than chic. It’s definitely worth getting help with wallpapering in Hampshire if this isn’t something you have a lot of experience with.

Of course, there are plenty of other interior trends to consider if bold wallpapers aren’t for you. Earlier this year, Zillow suggested that modern decor is getting a softer edge. For example, industrial-styled interiors are still popular, but are increasingly being paired with a moody colour palette to soften them and make them less stark.