The trending Interior Designs in 2020
Each year, there are interior designs, colors and style trends which are predicted to be big and provocative. And although your interior décor is a reflection of your personal style and tastes, it helps to have a source of inspiration. So, if you’d like to see what’s new in interior design this year, keep on reading.
Keeping up with new trends can sometimes be overwhelming especially when it comes to deciding on which ones will best fit your style. You should know however, that trying to keep up with every new design trend is a mistake. Instead, pick the one you can’t stop thinking about, the one that truly stuns you and then follow our tips below for ways to incorporate it into your home. Remember that you can include them in small ways, you don’t have to redecorate your entire home.
COLOR TRENDS IN 2020
In the design world, the paint manufacturers get to declare the color of this year and for this year we have first light as Benjamin Moore’s color of the year, which is a soft pastel pink. While Sherwin Williams’ color of the year is Naval, a deep navy blue and Pantone’s color of the year -True Blue, which is more of a deep sky blue.
HOW TO INCORPORATE COLOR TRENDS IN YOUR HOME
Although the idea behind color trends is to paint a wall, or room, you can still include the colors in your home decor without having to repaint. This requires lower maintenance and is cost effective since your favorite colors will always remain the same, but the popular colors change yearly.
So, if you find that you really like the pale pink or navy blue, one of the best ways to include these colors into your space is by using accessories. Avoid buying large pieces of furniture in trendy colors because that’s an easy way to grow tired of them very quickly. Instead display the colors through an accent chair, a pillow or a throw blanket.
Curved furniture which were hugely popular in 2019, are seen to have crossed over in 2020 as well so it’s definitely a trend that has staying power.
When thinking about curvy furniture, you may only consider something like a large curvy couch, however, if you pay attention you will begin to notice curves in both large and small furnishing even including items like desks and sofa tables.
HOW TO INCORPORATE CURVY FURNISHINGS
This trend has a catch as unless you really love the look, it’s hard to include curvy furniture in your home décor.
For an easy, inexpensive way to utilize the trend, and show your love for curves consider adding an accent chair. Other budget friendly options you could also try include side tables and coffee tables.
Since designers began moving toward cleaner lines and more neutral colors, the glamorous style has decreased in popularity. However, since glamour and curves go hand in hand, you can expect to see more of mixed metals and less of industrial looking furnishings in 2020.
HOW TO INCORPORATE GLAMOROUS STYLE
Since glamour is all about delicate luxury, the best way to incorporate it into your home is through the use of mirrors. By simply adding a chandelier inside your bedroom, you’ve elevated the look and made it glamorous. You can also use smaller scale chandeliers as these are less expensive and produce the same effect.
RATTAN AND CANED FURNITURE
Rattan and cane furniture have been around since forever, which makes you believe that everything really does come back around. These are typically inexpensive and can be found almost everywhere. Cane furniture tends to be more expensive however if you expand your search, you can find quite a number of contemporary looking pieces that have caning.
HOW TO INCORPORATE RATTAN OR CANED FURNITURE
We know you probably will not want your house filled with rattan and caned furniture so it’s best to include this trend in very small, affordable doses such as a pair of rattan chairs or an accent table.
One good advantage of this trend is the amount of texture is can add to any space as well as the relative ease it takes to work with any color scheme or style.
Like we mentioned previously, it’s not necessary to love and use all the trends, better you focus solely on the one that resonates deeply with you. Even just the inclusion of one piece, can transform your home.