Top Interior Design Trends of 2020

It’s out with the old and in with the new as we enter the next decade of interior design. From bringing back the velvet to crowning blue as the color of the year, here are a few of the top interior design trends to watch in 2020.

Bring Back Velvet
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Velvet is back and ready to reign as the most beloved texture of the year. Not only popular as a furniture fabric, the luxurious material is also making its way into bedroom accessories, such as throw pillows and comforters, lavish curtains and area rugs. Interior designers are also stepping into wilder color options, incorporating bold shades of blue, green, yellow and orange into their designs. If you are searching for a simple, yet elegant way to add texture and vibrancy into your space, velvet is the ideal material for the job.

Bold Wallpapers and Backsplashes

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Ditch the white walls this year and incorporate patterned wallpaper and lively backsplashes into your home. Most popular in half-bathrooms and kitchens, vibrant patterns add a spark of personality and create a bold statement piece. Geometric wallpaper patterns are continuing to rule the world of interior design, giving your space a sleek and modern look, and daring floral and botanical prints are also seeing a steep rise in popularity. Additionally, the right wall and flooring titles can create an overall polished look in your room, with marble and mosaic designs competing for the year’s top trends.

Metallics
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Metallics will be a trending interior design element in 2020. Gold, silver and copper can all be utilized to elevate your space and add a high-class, sophisticated spin to your room. Light fixtures, table and chair legs and cabinet knobs are some of the most popular areas to integrate the trend. When decorating, it’s best to choose one dominate element to base your surrounding décor around, just to ensure the space doesn’t get too crowded with conflicting designs.


Blue Crowned Color of the Year
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Blue is taking over in 2020, with Pantone crowning “classic” blue as its color of the year and Sherwin Williams announcing “naval” blue as its color of the year. Many designers are choosing to incorporate the elegant hues into homes with large pieces of furniture, exciting accent walls and eye-catching cabinets and countertops in kitchens or bathrooms. Infusing dark blues into pillowcases, vases, area rugs and kitchenware is a great way to add lively pops of color into your space and utilize the trending tones. Additionally, grays and greens are making waves in the world of interior design, creating the ideal accent colors to tie your room together.

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