Classic looks are timeless and elegant, but just as we love the old standby, we sometimes get a craving for life on the other side of the classics. We're talking about hot home motifs for 2020, ya & # 39; ll!
Bold Geometric Patterns
Mosaics are not new, but instead of complicated representative images or designs, many new surfaces by 2020 will have more abstract patterns with bold repeating geometric elements to engage your attention. No time to install an elaborate tile project? Fortunately for you, there are other options out there with bold style where you want to go. Patterned floor tiles and carpets are budget-friendly alternatives to the time-consuming mosaic installation. Or try to take these patterns to your walls with yes, we said it ̵
Mixed? It's madness! Animal and flower prints sound just too rambunctious and, yes, cheerful. Maybe so, but when it works it's like being transported to a chic bohemian loft in Paris. We suggest you start slowly. It is easy to exaggerate with this, but if you are itching for something that is contrary to the cereals, then you can try something similar in the walls of a bedroom or living room. Be prepared for something dramatic and over the top.
You've probably heard of shipbuilding, a common woodcut commonly used on exteriors of buildings – it has come into our homes In recent years. Born to protect buildings often in the way of harsh weather (think cottages by the sea,) shipwreck is a natural choice for places that see a lot of action, e.g. your kitchen. It's not 70s funky wood paneling, mind you. In fact, it looks quite elegant in a modern kitchen.
Jute and sisal? Cane and Cane? Everything old is new again because these materials make a comeback, but we talk more than the papasan chair and fragile outdoor furniture from your childhood. You can get light fixtures, cabinets or bracelets with cut finishes, all of which give your space an open, relaxed, airy look and feel.
Noble Marble  Now we go from the humble materials in wicker and basket to the very noble and elegant marble. And luckily for your wallet, we're talking about small items, not a whole floor or countertop. Marble's beauty is the natural colorful veins that make each work a work of art. You can find small objects such as a vase or sculpture or larger pieces such as a coffee table to enhance the interior of your space.
Go Big With Nature
Find nature-inspired curves in patterns that include rounded corners, curved shapes and arcs rather than sudden, hard angles. And when we say "big" we actually mean oversized. Consider taking a bold step with large houseplants and creating an indoor jungle / garden where you can enjoy a lazy morning sniff of coffee and get your "me" time before heading out the door to the world. We hope this design trend becomes more than just a trend. Let's make it a necessity in every home to promote well-being and mental health.
Texture gives depth to a room that may otherwise look dull and uninviting. Luxury fabrics like velvet definitely have a place, but they can be a bit overwhelming. While we love the velvet, think of other structures that are not as formal, like bouclé with its playful, relaxed eyes. Use them on sofas, pillows and other accessories to decorate your room. On vertical surfaces you may want to consider retrieving some materials that emerge from the wall and create a more dynamic and naturalistic feel.
Lighting and signs that evoke a nostalgic air in an otherwise modern interior can create a happy, creative space. Furniture in neon colors is a bold statement. Just think about how these colors can interact with all surrounding earth tones. They can contrast comfortably, or they can create a bit of a collision. Engineered interiors also make a comeback, so you might want to save your neon pieces for spaces that lean more heavily on materials like metal and brick.
Space for Socializing
We are all adapted to an increasingly digital life today, and sometimes it can be difficult to look up from our screens. Create a space in your home for the age-old conversation of art by including great seating options, such as two sofas facing each other or a gathering place next to the bookshelves. Think about the zonal areas – make it obvious to the guests where they can sit, relax, gather and socialize. After the crazy rush of online opportunities over the past two decades, we are excited to see the human-focused trend come back in style, which increases our connection to others as our devices try to take up more and more of our time.
you are using trends is up to you. Incorporate those that fit your lifestyle and promote your sense of well-being.