From Blue Accents To Bold Walls, Here Are The Interior Decor Trends That'll Be Big In 2020by | January 11, 2020
With the 2010s done and dusted, prepare to leave all its decor trends and aesthetics behind. From pristine white kitchens to grey on grey living room accents, everything is stale news now. 2020 is all about warmly done spaces that have individual appeal and a cosy touch to them.
Ikea recently launched its 2020 catalogue and it looks like bright and bold hues like blue, green, fuchsia, and rust orange along with a focus on layering top the trend forecast this year. The Pantone colour of the season, classic blue, has found a coveted space in interior design. With some of the biggest interior design houses, including Courtney Hill Interiors, Ariel Okin Interiors, and Massucco Warne, the colour is a hot favourite in the industry and on our Insta feeds. But that's not the only trend that the decor industry is hailing right now.
Here’s a list of trends that are sure to be big this year:
The 'Grand Millennial' Styling
Ariel Okin Interiors’ Instagram feed is replete with classic inspiration and grand millennial styling right now. And that's also the case with Marika Meyer, Courtney Hill Interiors, and many other interior design houses. In fact, it has to be one of the most talked-about interior trends right now. The underlying mood is traditional with a twist and the beauty of this aesthetic lies in how effortlessly it lets one add a touch of individuality to their personal space.
The Brighter, The Better
“The bolder, the better,” establishes IKEA in their catalogue and it’s really exciting to see this trend going big. The reigning mood of 2010s, grey on grey, has been left behind with the decade and this year's interior colour palette is all about warmer tones and richer colour accents.
Monochromatic But Make It Bold
With pale, monochrome walls thrown out of the picture, it’s time for bright, bold hues to barge in. While walls in classic blue are having an Instagram moment right now, shades of green, and more earthy tones like brown and rust orange are another favourable choice this season.
Spruced Up Those Kitchens
Kitchen cabinets are also going to get a pop of colour, just like everything else, this year. While the white kitchen trend reigned supreme in the past decade, it is going to be all about warm accents now. Think of a pantry shutter in emerald green, coloured cabinets that are a refreshing change compared to the otherwise subdued line-up or even an entire cabinet in deep mahogany; embrace a colourful makeover for your kitchen this year.
Exaggerated prints are going to have a major moment in 2020. And don't shy away from having your floor, walls, and even furniture flaunt the same print or complementing patterns. While IKEA is putting its bets on floral patterns right now, design houses like Nicolo Fuller Interiors and Decorista are going all out with bold, geometric options.
If Instagram is anything to go by, 2020's aesthetic is cosy, personal, and 'Grammable too. And that's why we're seeing wicker furniture almost everywhere. The earthy, homely, and minimalistic vibe of this trend goes well with the bold hues that are taking over the walls, floors, and doors. From elegant dining tables to comfy sofas, wicker is the way to go.
With the love for layering, vintage accents, and fabric-oriented interiors catching on, tapestries are all set to replace wall papers this year. Don't be too surprised if you come across some elaborate textile art, popping out of a generously layered living room setup.
Right from the living room furniture to the bedroom walls, quirky prints are swiftly taking over the entire house. And bathrooms haven't been left untouched either. You are sure to come across more than one elaborately done bathroom on either Ariel Okin or Massucco Warner's feed.
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