With 2020 fast approaching, now is the perfect time to start thinking about giving your interior a New Year makeover.
Whether you want to give your entire home a facelift, or just give your living room or kitchen a bit of TLC, taking a look at emerging interior design trends will help you get your renovations just right. Here are some of our favourite interior design predictions for 2020 to get you started.
These days, an increasing number of people are opting to entertain at home rather than go out to a pub or restaurant. As a result, interior design is becoming more social, with spaces laid out to accommodate multiple guests and create a warm environment.
As @HouseBeautiful says, ”If you have room, it’s great to incorporate two sofas to make a living room feel sociable and friendly, and 2020’s luxurious, richly textured fabrics – leather, velvet and suede – provide endless possibilities.”
Sitting at opposite ends of the colour spectrum, black and white are the two most contrasting shades available. As a result, they’re the perfect choice for anyone who wants to create definition, and a bit of drama, in their interior. Opt for white walls and black features to make your interior pop and ensure it’s ready for 2020.
Natural materials like wood and stone offer a warm, welcoming feel and a timeless aesthetic. In 2020, we’re likely to see both wood and stone used increasingly in interiors, with wooden floors making a comeback as the popularity of polished concrete begins to fade.
Incorporate wood and stone into your home by installing wooden work surfaces in your kitchen, stone sinks in your bathroom or wooden blinds in your windows.
Bi-fold doors have been growing in popularity for some years now and the trend shows no signs of waning. Allowing you to open your living space up to the outside and let a huge amount of light into your home, bi-fold doors can be installed in your kitchen, living room, or any other space that needs a brand new look.
Geometric patterns can look fantastic in interiors of all types. Bringing visual interest and structure to the space, they can be used on accessories and soft furnishings or as part of the fabric of the room.
Use tiles with geometric patterns in your bathroom or kitchen or choose geometric cushions to add a splash of detail to your sofa or bed. Geometric patterns can also look great on towels, crockery, and wallpaper as well as a host of other home accessories.
If you’re thinking about giving your home a brand new look, the New Year is the perfect time to give your interior the attention it needs. Find out more, and start planning your renovations, by exploring our site today.Tags: interior design