The new year is here, which means new interior design trends are starting to roll in.
Whether you’re remodeling your bathroom, kitchen, or an entire home, it’s important to be in the loop about the biggest changes in interior design.
So, what do we have to look forward to in 2020?
Check out this guide to learn about the top 2020 design trends.
1. Vintage Accents
When it comes to interior design trends, what goes around comes around. And by that, we mean that vintage accents are back.
In 2020, you can expect to see a lot more spindles, spooled legs, and other furnishing accents that marked the 1800s and early 1900s.
However, vintage all around isn’t a design trend you should expect to see this year. Instead, it’s all about the accents. Many people are referring to this as the “grand millennial style”.
If you’d like to incorporate some vintage accents in your home but aren’t sure where to get started, we suggest adding a vintage dining table, bed frame, or armchair.
2. Fun Bathroom Designs
If you’re looking to take some design risks in one room of your house, make it the bathroom. In 2020, it’s all about fun bathroom designs and pushing the boundaries of experimentation with colors, patterns, and materials.
One type of design that’s going to be particularly popular this year is floral wallpaper. Even though this design has been around for years, you can expect to see it with a much more modern update in 2020.
Also, while you’re looking at redesigning your bathroom, don’t forget to take a look at the tub. This year, it’s all about free-standing bathtubs that give that 1960s chic feel.
Decor Snob can tell you more about how to put your bathroom together in the new year.
3. Non-White Kitchens
If there was one design trend that defined the last decade, it was the all-white kitchen.
But, in 2020, designers are ready to think outside the white. You can expect to see more natural wood islands, cabinets, and shelves. And, you can also expect to see people using their cabinetry to add pops of color.
Another way people are drifting away from white in the kitchen is through artwork. This year, you can expect to see a lot more kitchen art.
4. Canopy Beds
If you always dreamed about having a canopy bed as a child, now is the time to seize that opportunity, as this bed style is expected to be big in the coming year.
However, instead of weighted down the look of canopy beds with chunky headboards and thick fabrics, people will be focusing on giving the canopy bed a modern twist with sleek upholstered frames and acrylic metal.
2020 Design Trends: Are You Ready to Change Things Up?
Now that you know about the top 2020 design trends, it’s time to start changing things up in your home.
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