Natural green has been one of the biggest trends in design for the last year. The news is the rise for people looking for floor-to-ceiling green decor. The interior gardens cannot be missed as decoration, as they offer spaces of relaxation and tranquility and they are the perfect way to add shape, texture and add a pop of color into the space.
Be creative! Include vertical gardens in the living room, dining room or even in the bathrooms. You can combine it with wooden textures, mirrors or other material that provide contrast.
2COLOR OF THE YEAR: CLASSIC BLUE
Timeless and enduring blue hue, PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue is Pantone’s color of the year. It’s elegant in its simplicity. Imprinted in our psyches as a restful color, Classic Blue brings a sense of peace and tranquility to the human spirit, offering refuge. Use it in a rug, accent chair, sofa, ottoman, or any other furniture pieces.Blue is perfect to combine with warm textures and metals like golden accents or natural wooden elements.
If you need extra tips on how to combine this elegant color, check out our guide HERE!
3VELVET AND CORDUROY
Velvet will continue to reign in 2020. It’s still a super trendy fabric for interiors, indeed this year you could go for corduroy to add another texture, both are an easy way to add opulence, elegance and sophistication to any space!
The truth is that “Natural” continues to be one of the favoritre trends of 2020! Materials like wood and stone are a great way to transport us to the outside world. The prevalence of Scandinavian design has kept wood very close to almost all of us.
Marble has always been a noble material. With its striking veins and endless color and pattern choices that brings sophistication and glamour.
This year marble will be present everywhere! Whether a small vase or a whole marble wall, it will add impact and timelessness to your interior.
5HUMBLE MATERIALS & CRAFTSMANSHIP
Materials perceived as humble like rattan, plywood, jute, sisal, hemp and terracotta will be used more than ever in the 2020. The Wabi-sabi trend and the use of natural materials are still favorites to add warmth to any space. Use it in a rug, lamps, chairs, vases, baskets, flower pots or other accessories. Rediscovery of traditions and craftsmanship with a contemporary reinterpretation.
Interior design trends for 2020 come in different shapes and sizes and curves is one of them. They have been seen throughout the year in furniture, reviving the 80’s curves, but now you expect to see it everywhere, from architectural arcs, mirrors, bathtubs and, of course, it will remain trending for sofas and armchairs.
Curved lined elements are excellent to break up the rigidity of any space because it will act as an unexpected element that will add interest and an unconventional shape to your space.
7BLACK IS A NEW NEUTRAL
Black is back and bigger than ever! From cabinets to sinks, paint, and countertops, black will be one of the top trends in 2020. Black walls, finishes, and furniture can make your home look high end and ultra contemporary.
If you are afraid to use dark colors in your interiors you can fix that problem by including high contrasting colors, like white, specially because black and white are going to be the favorite couple in 2020.
Black has been a favorite in recent years and will remain so for an indefinite period. The black color brings drama and strength to a room, which is an inherent characteristic of contemporary spaces.
Black is a favorite to be used in contemporary kitchens, bathrooms, as an accent color, on furniture and even rooms. If you want to add a touch of warmth to the composition, don’t forget to pair black with natural textures like wood.
There is something about a smooth matte finish that brings a sense of clean sophistication and relaxation to a space. The simplicity of the surface allows the color and design to be the focus rather than the texture of your materials. The matte finish is a favorite to be incorporated in any space!
Use it on bathroom tiles, kitchens cabinets, fixtures, handles, countertops, furniture, vases or any accessory. A matte finish brings sophistication not always found with other surface textures.
Biophilia is a ‘love of life or living systems’. Biophilic interiors are spaces that reconnect us with nature. Designs that connects us to nature are proven to inspire us, boost our productivity and even contribute to a stronger sense of well-being. Biophilic designs can reduce stress, enhance creativity and clarity of thought, improve our well-being and expedite healing.
A Biophilic design is more than just bringing the outside in. It’s about making and strengthening a connection with many aspects of nature. It’s about natural lighting, views on nature, plants, living walls, natural materials, textures and patterns with natural motive that will provide a positive impact on our mind and soul.
103D WALL COVERINGS
3-D tile walls wouldn’t be only for bathrooms any more, in 2020 this trend will expand into other areas of the home. Textured wall panels add a tactile element to any space without making a grandiose statement. Add texture into any space throughout 3D tiles, concrete tiles, pvc panels, wooden panels or any other materials that serve better for you and your needs.
Try ridged timber panels to create the perfect backdrop for a relaxing, nature-inspired living room and combine with other kinds of textures like concrete or even with a vertical garden. Be creative and use 3D textures indoors and outdoors.
Remember, trends should only serve as a guide for designing the overall look of any space, so if you love other trends and styles, just use it! Don’t discard it just because it’s not trending. Always design your space with your personal taste and the things that you find beautiful and works for you the most!