Earthy Tones & Bold Colors Trend
The year 2020 is all about feeling closer to nature when it comes to space design and home decor. Therefore, the use of earthy tones will maximize in the coming year. You will see excessive use of Terra cotta, browns, neo-mint and purist blue. A slightly bolder palette as compared to the earthy ones will also include mellow yellow, corals, pinks and purples in the mix.
Natural & Organic Forms
The year 2020 is all about natural and organic shapes and forms of furniture or elements,. A steady approach towards incorporating certain elements of nature like natural lighting, ample ventilation and even natural landscapes in home design is soon going to be at the centre stage. The concept is called Biophilic design. Another interesting concept that is the Neotenic furniture or accessories is surfacing. These are organic shapes modernised with a playful touch! For instance, a stool that looks like a baby elephant!
There’s heavy amount of texture play to look forward to right from bouclé to suede or rich fabrics like velvet. The upholstery is moving slightly more towards the effortless chic from rich, royal and shiny. Bouclé as a fabric is catching onto us right from the runway to even interior decor now.
Mix of Old & New
Mixing old and new elements of decor has been a running trend even in the year 2019 and it continues to be a stronger one this year too. After all, a perfect melange of old-world charm and modern aesthetics in a home is what makes for a layered personality of home’s interiors.
Dark Painted Doors
White doors are now as cliche as a Hollywood movie house with a white picket fence! Yeah, we see more and more people opting for darker colored doors to add an edgy factor to their living spaces.
Get more ideas on having a creative door or entrance to your home here.
Compartmentalising your homes with walls seems to be out & about in the coming year. Interior designers are recommending to do away with walls to expand the area of your living space and making better and multi-functional use of it.
Faux Marble Trend
Marble finish is an absolute stunner and a classic when it comes to home interiors. Be it the flooring, wall tiling, cabinet or countertops. But need we say that it’s not extremely budget-friendly and thus is a long-time investment. However, the coming year will witness the use of faux marble in a lot of places. Results? Effortless chic looking countertops minus the heavy investment!