2020 Interior Design Trends

The idea that we have all been spending more time at home right now is nothing new! Some of us are picking up new hobbies and some are looking to give some TLC to their home. If you are looking to spruce up some spaces within your home check out five popular interior design trends of 2020 below.

August 25, 2020

The idea that we have all been spending more time at home right now is nothing new! Some of us are picking up new hobbies and some are looking to give some TLC to their home. If you are looking to spruce up some spaces within your home check out five popular interior design trends of 2020 below.

1. Vintage Accents
Interior designers are seeing more and more vintage and traditional details sprinkled throughout homes. If you think of the detailing in furnishings from the 1800s and early 1900s like, spooled legs and spindles along your staircase or porch, are making a comeback. Interior designers want you to keep in mind though, only one or two statement pieces are needed. Vintage pieces are not needed throughout your whole home.

2. Navy Blue
The 2020 Pantone Color of the Year is Classic Blue, which is a navy shade. Something that has really blown up this year is bold statements within the home whether it comes to color, wallpaper, or a bold tile design. The navy blue offers an impressive look whether you want to update your kitchen island with a pop of color or looking for a bold color for the accent wall in your home office. The navy blue is very versatile and will offer an instant sophisticated look.

3. Floral Wallpaper
You probably have already noticed that wallpaper is making its comeback! Floral wallpaper has been around for years but designers are seeing a more modern update for 2020. The floral designs will be on a larger scale, bold colors, and even metallic versions. Designers say that the modernized floral wallpaper is a good choice in powder bathrooms, laundry rooms, and foyers.

4. Non-White Kitchens
All white kitchens were all the craze for the past ten or so years but kitchens are starting to make a shift beyond white. Designers still encourage homeowners to keep the bright and airy vibe but to incorporate some natural wood in the cabinets, islands, or shelves so your kitchen is not all-white-everything. Incorporating these natural textures also help give the space a calming feel. Bringing the outdoors in helps establish a peaceful space.

5. Bringing the Outdoors In
Branching off from the last comment of bringing the outdoors in, this is another big trend for 2020 and will carry into the years to come. Not only do they bring a sense of calm into your home but these materials are also more sustainable. Many of us have become more cautious of not only what we consume but also what we bring into our homes. Creating an eco friendly home or living space with natural and sustainable furniture is a great first step. Designers suggest using reclaimed wood, grasscloth wall coverings, or furniture made from timber, bamboo, or the likes.