New year, new decade, new interior! As we embark on the journey that is 2020, we’re looking ahead and predicting what we think will be the top trends for the home, based on interior design experts and the trends we’re seeing on the rise both in our showroom and through our own sales.
We predict that next year will all be about making your sofa stand out. Use minimal patterned wallpaper and plain painted walls to shift the focus from anywhere else to highlight the big, bold sofa that’s sitting pretty in your living room.
Adopt the farmhouse feel and instantly make your interior homely and approachable.
Your living room should give you that soft and snug feeling as soon as you enter it. Invest in fluffy rugs, love to lounge throws and plenty of scatter cushions to fill out space and create a cosy setting to be proud of.
This trend looks especially great when juxtaposed against bold leather sofas or natural wooden occasional furniture.
The tropical trend made a resurgence late 2018 and appeared now and again throughout last year. However, using subtle greenery as interior embellishments are set to be an even bigger deal.
Incorporate greenery (faux plants will do if even a cactus can’t survive under your watch) dotted around your home. The uplifting colours add depth and sophistication while highlighting the homeliness of your space.
‘Classic Blue’ was recently named the Colour of the Year for 2020 by Pantone, which, in comparison to last year’s Living Coral feels quite tame.
But that’s exactly what’s so appealing about this colour choice. Classic blue offers equal amounts of calmness and serenity as it does to being bold and striking. The outcome depends on how you style it.
Over accessorising is our final top trend you need to try. Instead of dotting small, trinket items around the room, simply find a large sideboard and focus on making that feel full.
This is a great way to spice up your storage space.
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