The New Year is almost here which means that there are new design trends on the horizon! A new year means a fresh start and it is the perfect time to revamp your home. If you’re trying to figure out what to do with your home next year, here are a few trends that we believe will make their way to your homes within the next year.
Neutrals and earthy tones
Neutral colours will be in once again in 2020. The classic shades of white with warm undertones will make an excellent choice for your walls, but also great options for furniture including sofas.
Earth tones like rich greens, taupe and clay colours create a natural look in your interior. Those colours will help you relax and unwind after a long day. Green is such a fresh colour, as we embrace earthy tones and sustainable home accessories, you should in fact include splashes of green throughout your home. Green plants add the perfect pop of colour and fresh, clean air into your home. (Check our previous post on how to use plants in your interior)
Velvet and soft materials
Velvet may not be everyone’s favourite choice of material, but it is going to continue being trendy in 2020. It is the perfect blend of luxury and comfort and with extremely wide selection of colours; it is a popular material for sofas and armchairs. The possibilities for velvet furniture in 2020 are endless and we are excite to see more of that material in your homes.
As well as velvet, soft leathers and nabuk will be extremely popular. If you like to cosy up with a good book or a film, perhaps its time to invest in a new, soft sofa.
Black and white interiors
High-contrast designs are very in for the upcoming year! The clash between light and dark is easy to achieve; black chairs and sofas with white pillows, chevron print, black and white marble, there are many textiles and patterns variations incorporating black and while. If you always wanted to paint one of our walls black, now it is the time.
Floral fabrics and wallpaper are another trend to look forward to in 2020. We do not mean floral patterns as we remember from our grandmas curtains; we are talking strong, vibrant, contrasting colours that will make your walls pop. (See one of our latest post on wallpaper in modern interiors for some inspiration)
Return of black
We can predict that black will be huge in the upcoming year, from wall finishes, furniture to kitchens, sinks and counter tops. Visit our Cambridge showroom to view our brand new display showcasing a matte black kitchen.
Black can make your home look high end and on-trend, if you are worried it may make your room look smaller and feel a little claustrophobic just contrast it with lighter colours like previously mentioned. We are very much so looking forward to many brave matte blacks in interiors next year.
Non- white kitchen
If there was one main kitchen trend defining the 2010s, it was for sure the all-white kitchen.
However we are expecting it to change in the New Year, there will be a shift towards spaces that go beyond just white. We can see bright colours making an appearance in kitchen interiors as well as more natural wood and shelves to keep the space bright and airy.
2020 is looking bright with bold colours, floral prints, brave black and natural decor. Be wild with next year’s trends and transform your space. We can’t wait to make your interior design dream come true. Contact one of our designer now! Call us o 01223 327 463 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a great 2020!!