A Futuristic Home in 2019: What’s Possible?

A Futuristic Home in 2019: What’s Possible?

The following contribution is from another author.

There are many futuristic home ideas on this website, but these obviously aren’t only just solutions that will only be available in the future. The key to renovating your home in a stylish and modern way is to consider trends and styles that are achievable in the present day but which appear to have been plucked straight from 2030. In this article, we’re going to discuss ways in which you could make your home look a little more futuristic next year by using what’s available on the market.

Remote Accessibility

This is the technology that’ll be sweeping across households in the future, but many people have already started implementing it in their homes. Smart devices can help to utterly transform your humble abode from top to bottom. This might just sound like fun gadgetry to mess around with lighting, the TV, and appliances, but it’s much more. Bringing smart control into your home makes life easier. You have complete accessibility in your own house, and that’ll make your living situation much more comfortable and relaxing. Remote accessibility means you never have to worry about a remote lost down the couch, but it also means you can listen to music in any room, turn off your kids’ devices at bedtime, and much more.

Timeless Design

One of the hardest aspects of your home to not only modernize but make futuristic is its interior design and general layout. The important thing to remember is that you shouldn’t simply follow passing trends in a desperate bid to make your house look contemporary. Your goal is to opt for timeless design that’ll look fashionable in 2019 and 2090. That’s how you’ll create a futuristic home. Use natural materials such as oak for the flooring and granite for countertops; nature doesn’t follow trends. Of course, you’ll need to add some creative classic statement pieces to your home so that it doesn’t feel too plain and ordinary. The future evokes a feeling of excitement and wonder, after all. You might want to check out these clawfoot tubs for good examples of timeless yet futuristic home design. They’re traditional yet contemporary, so your household will appear modern for decades to come. And that’s the key to timeless design, at the end of the day. It’s the best way to make a home look futuristic yet classic. White design is always the goal. It’s a neutral color, but it brightens up a home by reflecting light.


Gardening in itself is one of the oldest forms of home maintenance known to man. Even when people lived in wooden shacks, they tended to the land they owned. But you can do a little more than mow the lawn and water flowers if you want to make your garden futuristic in 2019. You might even want to grow food in an atmosphere dome. That way, if you can’t rely on factory food in the future then you’ll be self-sufficient; you’ll have your own solution. There’s a practical element to creating a futuristic home as well as an aesthetic element.


Eric is the creator of At Home in the Future and has been a passionate fan of the future since he was seven. He's a web developer by trade, and serves as the Director of Communication and Technology for a large church in Nashville, TN (where he and his family are building a high tech home in the woods).

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