Interior Design Trends for 2020
The New Year (and new decade) boast an opportunity to refresh, reset, and relax. Get on top of refreshing and resetting your space and get ready to relax – preferably surrounded by rattan, boucle, and a nice classic blue. Upgrade with our top five interior design and home staging trends to stay fresh in 2020.
Color of the Year: Classic Blue
Pantone officially released THE color of 2020 – Classic. Blue.
Out with the millennial pink! Classic blue adds a fresh and rich color to the new decade. Use it for an accent wall or to cover your furniture. You can’t go wrong with this classic color.
Pantone Classic Blue 19-4052 TCX
Elle Decor | Jean Louis Deniot’s Miami Penthouse
Elle Decor | Ernest De La Torre’s 1950’s New York Ranch Home
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Rattan + Wicker + Cane
Leading up to 2020, we’ve seen a resurgence of organic fibers including rattan, wicker and cane. These add an earthy effect and can add that perfect touch to warm up a more modern and sleek room.
Pendants this year will take many forms, but will popularly be big and bold. Rattan doesn’t stop at furniture – turn a basket upside down and you’ve got a pendant! Oversized pendants will also reign in 2020, with finishes from brass to matte black. Go wild!
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Rounded + Chunky Furniture
One of the biggest instagram trends in design right now is rounded and chunky furniture. Take a small bite of this trend with the chic rounded Bruno Rey dining chairs, or dive in with a cozy boucle statement chair.
Sustainable + Organic
Not only are organic textures and palettes, but sustainable materials and second hand shopping are making waves in 2020. This goes hand in hand with cane and rattan designs – these are sustainably sourced materials which have a lighter impact on the environment. Stylish and Greta Thunberg approved!
What trends are you feeling for 2020? Let us know!