5 Ways to Apply 2020 Interior Design Trends in Your Home
There are many predictions out there for the top interior design trends of 2020. Of course it would be too much to incorporate all of them into your home, especially since some are guaranteed to clash.
But we chose our favorite trends for 2020, including everything from velvet fabrics to black and white interiors, and below we’ll show you how to easily incorporate these trends into your home.
These are our top 5 picks for 2020 interior design trends:
1. Neutral Tones
Warm, neutral color tones for the home seem to always be in fashion. You probably already have this trend working in your home, even if you don’t realize it. If not, it’s easy to add neutral tones to any room in your home with decorative accents like curtains, pillows, throw blankets, or table top decor. You can also go even bigger by painting your walls or buying furniture warm neutrals.
2. Black & White Decor
If you want a clean, modern look in your home, the black and white theme is a great option. The stark contrast between the two colors makes for a bold look in any room. Unsure about this trend? Try a smaller room like your powder room. If you know you love the look, go bigger in your kitchen, living room or bedroom. There are endless ways to incorporate this theme into your home, from smaller accents like decorative throw pillows up to new furniture and painted walls.
3. Velvet Fabrics
Who doesn’t love the feel of soft and luxurious velvet fabrics? Even faux velvet has an elegant look and lavish texture, and it comes at a fraction of the price. Velvet bedding, velvet curtains and velvet decorative pillows are some simple options for adding this trend to your home.
4. Geometric Prints
This is one of the easiest design trends of 2020 to add to your home. Geometric prints are everywhere, on pillows, curtains, bedding, shower curtains, tiles, furniture and throw blankets. Just be sure not to overdo it. Too many patterns and prints can clash and cause chaos in a room.
While we don’t believe minimalism will ever really go away, maximalism is in for 2020. Maximalism takes on the “more is more” approach – more fabrics, more textures, more colors, etc. The key to making sure you get the look right is to plan ahead with a design board so that you can make sure everything you choose works in the space without looking cluttered. There is a fine line between a well-designed maximalist space and a cluttered mess.
What's your favorite interior design trend for 2020? Tell us what you like and how you'll apply them in your home in the comments section.