Garden Room Interior Trends for 2019

At The Garden Office, we are constantly trying to keep up to date with all the latest interior trends. At the end of the day, what is a garden building without a stellar interior?

Art Deco

If you like a bit more luxury in your life, then say welcome back to art deco! Decorative and modern, art deco style elements include curved corners, mirrored facades, opulent features and geometric shapes. Take inspiration from this burnt orange, velvet cocktail chair we love for an adult retreat. With its curved back, luxurious fabric and warm colour, we feel this chair is the perfect piece to add that art deco glamour into your space.


One element that you can carry through every one of these trends is textures. Adding texture to your interior is an incredibly powerful way to bring a room together. The easiest way to do this is through textiles and soft furnishings. Faux sheep skin, embroidered cushions, velvet, don’t be afraid the mix textures. Texture also creates cosiness, a nod to scandi.

Multifunctional Spaces

We fully believe in the benefits of multifunctional living, especially when it comes to small spaces. Less is more, and that refers to living spaces too. From office/guest rooms to office/gyms, take a look below at some multifunctional spaces we’ve photographed recently.

Dark Woods and Matt Black

One trend that seems to never go out of style seems to be the colour black. From furniture, to prints to bold walls, black makes a brilliant contrast to showcase your other, more vibrant interior pieces. Black creates a powerful, dramatic and elegant statement. Matt black gives a modern alternative to a more traditional glossy finish. Not quite convinced on a black wall? Why not try and integrate the trend through fixtures, stationery or even cutlery. Don’t be afraid to venture into the dark side.


Who’s to say that minimalism has to mean modern and cold. A new wave if minimalism has begun to emerge. Airy, bright, cosy and functional are all words we associate with minimalism in 2019. Minimalism combines the concept of less-is-more with the cosiness of natural textures, neutral tones and functional materials.

At the end of the day, trends come and go. Use this more as inspiration rather than a bible of what to do or what not! Remember to embrace your individuality and let that show throughout your space.

For more inspiration, why not visit our gallery & case studies page. We’ve got everything from the classic to the quirky to inspire you.