13 Interior And Home Trends For 2020

by - 17 January

 
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In today's post, I'm going to be talking about 13 of the biggest interior and home trends for 2020. From the Pantone colour of the year to fun bathroom designs and Japanese influences, it's all here so read on to find out more.

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The Return Of Black


First up we have the return of black. Gone are the days where everything has to be bright and white as black is returning and making a huge statement this year. Black walls, furniture, cabinets, countertops and more will make your home look on-trend. Why not pair your black room with grey skirting boards for a gorgeous finish?

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Dark Doors


Speaking of black trends in 2020, here come the dark painted doors. Inside or out whatever your preference, dark doors are here to add a high-end look to your home and can give a room a totally different feel from the classic white door.

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Fun Bathroom Design


Why not add some fun elements to your bathroom? It could be anything from bright colours to a botanical wall or even a funky mirror. Fun bathroom designs are in this year so go wild (literally)!


Free Standing Tubs


While we are still on the theme of bathrooms, the next 2020 home trend is free-standing tubs. free-standing tubs can give your bathroom a luxurious and spa-like feeling. If you have the space in your bathroom for a free-standing tub then this is definitely a good idea.


Sash Windows


Bring the quintessentially English style to your home with some gorgeous sliding sash windows. The traditional style has been given a modern makeover for 2020 to give a contemporary look and feel as well as being really easy to use.   


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Classic Blue



In terms of colour, why not go with classic blue? Seen as it is Pantone Colour Of The Year this year, classic blue will be seen everywhere and on everything and can be easily incorporated into your decor in any way you please.


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Real Plants


2020 is all about real indoor plants. The more the better. Not only do they look good, it feels good to look after something and keep it alive plus they keep you alive too. Much better than faux plants in my opinion.


Rattan Furniture


Rattan interior decor has been getting bigger and bigger lately with 2020 set to be the biggest year yet. Bring a relaxed, outdoor feel indoors.


Velvet


Use a modern take on velvet furniture to complete your interior dream in 2020. Velvet sofas or beds are the best choice for adding this trend into your home and the brighter the colour the better. With no end of choice for colours, you could go for pink, blue, purple, yellow, grey and more!


Curved Furniture


Curved furniture is everywhere. From sofas to mirrors and even lamps. Curves are here to dominate. After years of boxy modern shapes, the curve is back and ready to take over. 


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 Floral Wallpaper


Floral wallpaper is back and bigger than ever in 2020. Gone are the old-fashioned floral prints and in are the contemporary prints. Why not go with a floral print that is big, bold and contrasting which will be a real talking point for any visitor you may have. You could even try a plant wallpaper using palms or leaves prints to give your home a tropical feel. 


Japanese Inspired


Japanese influences have been popping up everywhere recently. Big retailers have brought out lots of pieces which represent Japan with bird motifs, oriental prints, rich silk textures and more.


 Geometric


Geometric interiors are also going to be huge in 2020. Try adding little pieces into your designs and see how it looks. Just don't go too mad with too much geometric or it will be too overwhelming, as you can get literally anything with a geometric print.

So which of these interior and home trends for 2020 do you like the most and would try? Let me know in the comments below and while you are here why not check out more of my lifestyle-related posts?

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