2020 Interior Design Trend Predictions



This was a fun post to write! I did lots of research on 2020 trends and today I’m giving you the scoop. There are a couple of my favorite 2020 trends and ones I think we’ll see a lot of this year (and for years to come!)

PATTERN PLAY: in backsplashes, floor tiles, wallpaper (especially floral!)

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COLOR: colored cabinets continues on, bold colored pieces of furniture with neutral backdrops, monochromatic rooms (walls, furniture, molding, fireplaces all the same color).

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TRIM WORK GALORE: this might be one of my favorite 2020 design trends! Give me all the molding and trim! It’s a classic way to make your space feel elevated. From wall detail work to ceilings, I’m here for this.

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PAIRING OLD & NEW: the collected layered look is always something that’s in, in my opinion, but mixing old and new is really gaining momentum this year! I love how Amber Interiors does this so seamlessly (notice the trim work on the ceiling, too!)

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BLACK / DARK DOORS: from front doors to all interiors doors being black or a dark painted color, watch for this trend!

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VELVET: curtains, furniture, even clothes!

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EARTH TONES: this hunter / emerald / sage green trend we all love– yep, it’s an earth tone. Paired with that terracotta color? I just love it!

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RATTAN, CANE & NATURAL MATERIALS WITH TEXTURE: allll the texture! This is another favorite trend of 2020 for me! From furniture like headboards, chairs, barstools and console tables, adding these textures and light, warm tones to your room gives it so much richness.

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OUT: These are a couple of trends I found were deemed “out” when I was researching.

Over the range microwaves: opt for the microwave in the bottom cabinets or in your pantry, if you have one! Obviously this is possible for everyone.
Open shelving: so funny, because this made both the “in” and “out” lists! This was a huge trend last year, but I for one am in favor or it going out and instead doing tall, classic cabinets again!
Gray: leaning more towards warm tones these days and I’m A-OK with that!


What do you think?! What are some of your favorite and least favorite trend predictions? 
xoxo
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