7 Big Interior Design Trends for 2020

If you are thinking of updating your home for the new year, then you’ll no doubt want to ensure it is on-trend and up to date. Whether it’s your living areas, kitchen, or bathroom that need an update, here are some of the styles that are set to be the biggest trends for 2020.

  • Bold, Abstract Patterns

The trend for grey walls is on the way out, which means in 2020, people will be bringing more color into their homes. Adding bold, abstract patterns is a good way to break up the grey, without having to repaint your entire home, from geometric rugs to unique shapes and styles.

  • Plush, Comfortable Rooms

From sofas draped in chenille and faux fur throws, to piles of cushions on your beds or chairs, minimalism is a dying trend in 2020. Comfort is key, combining lots of textures and luxe fabrics to create a room where you just want to lie back and get cozy.

  • Colors in the Bathroom

The days of plain white bathrooms are long gone. If you’re considering remodeling your bathroom in 2020, then you may want to incorporate on-trend colors such as pumpkin, light yellow, champagne, and other soft tones. Doing so creates a unique style and makes your bathroom a more welcoming place where you’ll love soaking in the tub.

  • Biophilic Design

If you’re someone who likes to feel close to nature and misses being outdoors in the fall and winter, then the biophilic design trend brings new life into your home. Whether it’s oversized houseplants or entire walls covered in greenery, this trend is a great way to make your home feel closer to nature, and it can even be good for your health.

  • Thirties Glamour

In recent years, mid-century style has dominated interior design, but newer trends hark back to Old Hollywood and the glamour of the 1930’s. From jewel colors to scalloped furniture, chandeliers and gold and bronze pieces, this look will give your home a stylish, luxe feel.

  • Japandi

The Scandi look has been popular for many years now, so some people are getting bored with this minimalistic look, no matter how cozy. Japandi has a similar kind of feel, but it’s sleeker and has a bolder style, making a big impact when you enter a room. Take inspiration from both Japanese and Scandi homes, with a few impactful design pieces, lots of plants, and unique, handcrafted items with a traditional style.

  • Neo mint

Neo mint is set to be the millennial pink of 2020, a fresh yet subtle shade of green that will no doubt be seen everywhere from feature walls to bedding. It has the futuristic feel that a year like 2020 deserves and will go well with the grey tones that have been so big in 2019. Neo mint tiles would easily freshen up a bathroom or kitchen, while the shade would also work well in spaces such as dining areas or family rooms, adding a modern touch to your home.

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