As 2019 comes to a close, good interior designers are looking to the horizon of 2020. Several trends help inform interior design style in 2020 – including an increased emphasis on minimalism and prizing cleanliness over clutter. Indeed, clean lines and modern themes will play a role in 2020 – with some exception, of course. Here are some of the interior design trends you can be on the lookout for in 2020.
So-called Grandmillennial style is a celebration of both old and new. The look involves combining old world elements – such as natural fiber rugs, topiaries, and scallops – with modern twists such as clean line furniture and avante garde furniture. And, of course, custom cut options never go out of style and can transform your space.
Grey, grey and more grey are out. For the new decade, don’t be afraid of bold monochromes. Rich hues such as cobalt blue and emerald green convey elegance and pave the way for warmer toned accents such as gold.
For 2020, a little eclecticism is a good thing. Don’t be afraid to mix and match locally coveted souvenirs with sleek modern design elements. Remember, a home should tell a story about the person living in it – make sure that story is as vibrant as the client.
A Dark Painted Door
Adding a rich color to an interior foot adds both depth and character to a space. As an artistic element, it can effectively replace the need for more wall art. Some rich hardware and a flawless rug pull the whole room look together.
Goodbye, industrial aesthetic – we’re replacing your coldness with a warmth that only antiquing can provide. Warmer hardware, accents with patina, even a tapestry or two – these homes can automatically make a home feel cozier. Antiqued or distressed rugs help a house feel more like a home by providing a lived-in look.
It looks like 2020 is the year where functionality takes the edge over form. A truly remarkable piece is one that accomplishes both at the same time. Performance fabrics – such as those that withstand the daily wear and tear of children and pets – are in vogue. Families are often willing to pay more for materials that will stand the test of time and the whatever stains their daily lives throw at them. Today’s performance fabrics can withstand the mightiest of messes while still maintaining a chic aesthetic.
High Contrast Color Combos
While monochrome is in, so are dynamic duos that make a powerful statement when used together. Black and white always make for a dramatic yin and yang, but don’t forget to add in layers of warmth for richness and depth.
In 2020, interior designers can expect to look past the tired old trends of cool neutrals and everything in a house looking “just so.” Homeowners are accepting that their living spaces can look lived in, though cleanliness will be prized over clutter. Antiquing patinas and warm accents help break up the swaths of neutral tones. Combining the old with the new will be the main theme entering a new decade. Contact us to learn more!