Girl, it’s a new decade, a new year, and it’s time for a refresh on your home decor. I am totally here for it, and you will be too. At the beginning of the year, I like to look at the latest home decor trends to see how I can update any part of my home or help any of my clients with their homes. Since it’s a new year, here are the best and the biggest home decor trends for 2020. It’s time to start fresh, and let me help you!
Here are the latest home decor trends for 2020.
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Board and batten walls have been popular among DIYers, home decor enthusiast and designers for awhile now. One reason is its ability to add architectural detail and visual interest to a room without the use of heavy decor. Don’t be afraid to try this EASY update in your own home by using my easy to follow instructions.
Kitchen trends are always changing, but I have to admit, the all white kitchen and subway tile had its moment for awhile. Even though I love my white kitchen and subway tile, I love seeing bold hues being used in the kitchen. More and more, people are looking for ways to bring their fun and unique perspective into their home. Two of my FAVORITE designers not afraid to go there with color is Jewel Marlowe of Jeweled Interiors and Veronica Solomon of Casa Vilora Interiors. Are you here for this trend?
Floral wallpaper is a trend that started to rise in 2019. I suspect this trend isn’t going anywhere anytime soon as people are looking to add more personality and boldness into their homes. I even have my own floral wallpaper project planned that I can’t wait to share with you guys!
Have you noticed the common theme among home trends in 2020? Yup, homeowners are moving away from the idea of cookie cutter looks and craving the use of unique pieces. Lived in spaces are on the rise and people are embracing the less then perfect look.
Blue everything is one of my favorite trends which I’ve embraced for awhile. With Classic Blue named Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2020, you can expect to see an explosion of blue upholstery, casegoods, walls and the like. You guys know I am here for it!
I remember the days where people loathed the idea of oak colored or light wood cabinets but just like most trends, this one has gotten a face lift and people are jumping on the idea of embracing natural wood toned cabinets.
You may remember caned furniture from the 70’s but like most trends that come back around, it’s having it’s moment again. You’ll see more and more of the caned furniture trend this year, but expect to see it used on furniture with modern silhouettes.
In the late 1990’s and early 2000’s we saw an abundance of warm and red tones. Girl, I was not here for that. The trends shifted to the opposite end of the spectrum in the 2010’s with a shift to all white and grey homes. Now, you can expect to see a happy medium of both. Neutrals are still in but warm neutrals are having their moment. If you want to embrace this 2020 home trend, using tons of texture like cement accessories and greenery will keep this look from falling flat.
How do you feel about trends? Do you stay true to what you know and love or do you enjoy switching up your decor according to the trends? Do you feel inspired to make some changes around your own home? If you find yourself needing a little help on how to incorporate a few of these ideas into your home, let’s chat! Schedule a complimentary 15 minute design consultation today!
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