13 Jan My Top Eight Interior Design Trends for 2020
The start of a new year (and decade!) is a great time to start thinking about revamping your interiors, especially with so many blogs and magazines publishing their thoughts on the biggest trends for the coming months. I’ve checked out a few of the trends myself, and here are some I am most excited for this year:
Bright, All Over Color
Typically, if you are going for a monochromatic look, the go-to colors are black, white and gray. But in 2020, you have to think big, especially with color! Take a leap of faith and consider how a bright and bold monochromatic room could reflect your personality.
If you saw any photos from my Milton project, you know that I am really into making bathrooms into a fun space. I’m happy that this trend will continue in 2020. Consider printed wallpaper as well as mixing up different colors and materials in your future bathroom renovation.
Vibrant Black and White
Going with a black and white vibe may decrease color, but it can increase versatility and character! I’m obsessed with the timeless look of black and white spaces, and you can fit so many design styles into the look.
A furniture trend that you should be seeing this year is pieces influenced by our friends across the pond. This means sloped arms on chairs, sharp leather rims, metal legs, and more!
As I wrote the other week, making your bed first thing in the morning is a great New Year’s resolution! It will be easier even to make your bed with new, fresh, high-quality bedding – a big trend for 2020.
Rattan and Wicker Furniture
Another trend that I’m excited to see continue through 2020 is the rising popularity of rattan and wicker furniture. Although these materials were commonly used for outdoor furniture, don’t be afraid to bring the trend inside. As seen below in my Newport project, I added a set of rattan chairs in front of the fireplace. The earthy material pairs well with luxe fabrics like velvet.
I’ve mentioned terrazzo in my wallpaper blog, but it is also a flooring trend for this year. How do you prefer this chip-heavy pattern?
I love marble, but cost and upkeep can be two big cons when using the medium. A great alternative is faux marble, so I’m excited to see it trending in 2020. Faux marble is relatively less expensive AND is much easier to clean.
I’m so excited to use these trends and others in 2020. What interior design trends are you most excited for?! Let me know in the comments, or send me an email so we can start working together on your next project.