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5 Trends In Interior Design 2020

Last updated on May 11th, 2021 at 12:54 pm

5 Trends In Interior Design 2020

Want to revamp certain areas of your interior? With so much time spent cooped up at home, there’s no better time to tackle those neglected rooms and outdated décor features than now! To help you stay in the know with popular styles of this year, we’ve compiled a few of the hottest trends in interior design 2020 that are big on the home front. Check them out below.

Minimalistic Hardware

Sometimes, it’s the finer details that really make all the difference. And if you don’t have a big budget for major renos, often you can find ways to update the look of your home by focusing on some of the smaller details, such as the hardware. This year, it’s all about minimalistic designs, and that means integrating hardware that flows seamlessly with the surrounding design. 

Floral Patterned Wallpaper

Floral wallpaper has been gaining momentum over the last year or so, and it shows no signs of slowing down! Many homeowners are gravitating towards this upholstered look that adds a unique splash of colour, character and chicness to a room. It also makes an eye-catching feature wall.

Built-In Seating

2020 is shaping up to be the year that fun and cozy elements get added into the home. One great way to infuse some coziness and character is with built-in seating. You could create one under a windowsill in the bedroom or living room for the perfect reading nook with a view of the outdoors. It’s also an ideal way to add more seating to smaller spaces.

Big Comfy Furniture

Comfort is the name of the interior game this year, and one sweeping trend that’s popular is big curvy furniture. Large, chunky couches and chairs not only create a comfy spot to rest, but they’re also becoming a main décor piece as the minimalistic designs remove a lot of clutter and other features from a room. So it gives more space to make a splash with your furniture, using bold colours and unique, curvy shapes.

Kitchen Islands with Eat-in Area

The kitchen is often the main hub in the home. It’s where we entertain, hang out and of course, eat. That’s why you’ll find kitchen islands being adapted to be more convenient for eating with a drop-down counter that extends from it with comfy seating rather than having to go into the dining area.

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