As 2019 comes to an end, we can begin to prepare for the new interior design trends that will come in the new year. Here are some of the trends that are set to come in 2020, so that you can get ahead!
Out with the grey, and in with the neutral tones! In 2020, a hot new home décor trend will be the use of neutral tones to create a simplistic and chilled-out interior. The use of cream and beige can create a warm and relaxing environment, perfect for the bedroom or living room. The use of different textures can help add dimension to the room; you can achieve this by having snuggly blankets and cosy cushions. If you want to add an accent colour, still keep it simple with a soft pink or green. You don’t want to overpower the understated design with bold and bright colours. Neutral tones can also work beautifully in the kitchen, with the rustic style being a favourite. Wooden worktops, shelves and stools are a brilliant way to not only introduce neutral tones but to also make the kitchen feel rustic with natural elements.
Texture is essential in any interior, and in 2020, it will become increasingly popular. The easiest way to introduce texture to a room is to add rugs, throws and plenty of cushions. Create contrasts so that the textures are more apparent, for example, a fluffy rug on a hardwood floor or a knitted cushion on a leather sofa.
Dazzling with charm and oozing extravagance, in 2020, everything glamourous and luxurious will be coming to interiors. Many homes will start to look like boutique hotels with the use of striking jewels tones, such as sapphire and emerald. You can incorporate jewel tones into your interior by going bold and painting the walls, or you could be more subtle and use the colours in the soft furnishings instead. The trend will work in any room of your home, but it is most commonly used in the bedroom or living room.
A trend that has been popular in 2019 is expected to continue into 2020, and that’s soft tropics. Interiors of this sort are uplifting, nature-inspired and understated. It is somewhat similar to the neutral trend; however, it focuses more on bringing the outdoors in, through the use of plants and tropical features. Houseplants are a brilliant way to make an interior airy, and they have also been scientifically proven to reduce stress, so they are particularly great in a home study area. Furthermore, many people like to use plants in the bathroom because they keep the space feeling fresh.
Somewhat the opposite to the jewel tone trend, refined glamour focuses on adding luxury but in a more subtle and understated manner. This trend came in 2019 and will continue throughout 2020 because it is the perfect way to create a simple yet beautiful interior. Popular colours within this trend include grey, cream and soft pink. Any room can work with this interior trend, but it looks exceptional in a dining room because it adds that element of luxury to the hosting area. Pewter is an excellent colour to include in this theme because it is both minimalistic and sophisticated. Industrial dining room lighting is the best style to opt for above the dining table because it is chic and elegant, everything that the theme oozes!
A combination of Japanese and Scandinavian style, Japandi is both minimalistic and simple. This trend is perfect for those who prefer uncluttered spaces and enjoy subtle colour schemes. The colours that work best with this theme are pale pinks, dusty blues, muted greens paired with a more prominent colour such as teal, indigo and emerald. A brilliant way to incorporate the hybrid of styles into your home is to blend the light wooden style from Scandinavia with the dark furniture element of Japanese interiors.
Hopefully, you have found one of these Home Decor Trends 2020 that suits you and your home. Share with me some of your favourites in the comments section below!
I’m loving a combination of texture and jewel tones right now. I’m currently trying to add more texture to our newly decorated living room.