With regards to home decoration, trends come and go so quickly, but they do so at various paces. By that, we mean, some might be popular for a season rather than merely a year, for example, the Nordic trend, which has stayed for years now but still continues to delight and surprise.
Moreover, as we continue our battle with COVID-19 and isolate ourselves in our homes, we become more aware and conscious of how our interior spaces affect our lives. This sars-like disease will surely affect how we design our homes in the future.
With all of these in mind, here are the seven biggest home design trends 2020 has to offer. Read on to know more!
Interior Greenery Is Here To Stay
Plants and more plants! Undoubtedly, interior greenery is one of the easiest, quickest, and easily maintainable ways to brighten up your decor. Green, spreading, bright leaves make for a beautiful focal point in a room; still, they work amazingly as supplemental decor.
At present, many Instagrammers are loving the tree called Ficus Audrey. This low and small maintenance tree is one of the best plans you could put inside your home as they are easier to maintain, which is music to the ears of the black thumbs out there.
Furthermore, when it comes to bringing the “outside inside your home,” it is not only the greenery that you can take but warmer tones and nature-inspired hues as well.
Kitchens In Soft Hues
All-white kitchen space has reigned unrivaled since forever and for a very good reason. It is especially true in BMA apartments or small spaces. Well, they are clean, classic, timeless, and can work well with just about any style. However, this year, homeowners might want a different track.
In fact, according to Houzz, about 40% of homeowners that will renovate their kitchen, search for anything but white kitchen cabinets. Houzz reveals that soft hues such as blues and light grays are on the rise substitute for the white kitchen.
Do you think you won’t be able to part ways with white cabinets? Well, the good news is that you can paint white pops of wood. This element can be presented through pull-outs, drawers, countertops, and open shelving.
Performance headboards, chairs, and velvet sofas have become very popular for some time now, particularly in jewel tones such as emerald and blue. However, in 2020, we can expect and look forward to the fabric woven to reign supreme.
This year, pattern, specifically layered ones, will become more popular for textile and tabletop designs. With regard to this trend, there are not any rules that you need to think about. In 2020, we will be seeing or noticing more pattern mixing of different scale and origin. Another thing, pattern matching such as pattern flows from the walls to the bedding or furniture, is becoming more and more common.
If you want to make your small space feel inviting and welcoming, layer up comforting faux furs, knits, throws, and cushions. This trend will surely comfort you through the winter and still delight your home fashionably for spring.
Opt for cushions in cool greys and blues combined with accents of warmer browns and pinks. For added charm, style with a mix of new home buys and vintage.
Sensual And Sumptuous
Are you looking to add a touch of luxury into your home? If yes, then opt for anything velvet. For example, velvet fabrics, they are pleasing to the eyes and are easy to maintain. Also, velvet fabrics allow for much easier removal of dirt and stains from nail polish and lipstick.
Additionally, consider using velvet panels to add texture and color to a room. A helpful reminder: before buying velvet fabric, it is best to get samples of the fabric and see how it looks in the room you plan to use it. Keep in mind that velvet can appear much lighter or darker in different lighting and environments.
This color palette is still in trend but applied in small quantities on accent pieces. The top pastel colors include pale pink. Pale pink provides an airy and refreshing feel to any space. What’s more, it matches excellently with other hues. Also, this pastel shade matches other light hues like the pale green and Tranquil Dawn.
A new year calls for bold and big changes in interior design. Many homes are starting to reflect new colors, patterns, finishes, and materials that are out of the ordinary. So, if you are about to renovate or redecorate your home, the trends listed above might inspire you to opt for something different in your home. Explore these trends and see if it will be a great addition to your home. Remember that the beauty of the home design is its ability to incorporate, adapt, and morph influences that improve function and style.