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10 Interior Design Trends That Will Rule 2020

by Sameera Begum CEO

Our crystal ball says interior design in 2020 will be all about these trends.

We have our eyes fixed on what 2020 had in store. The curves have a moment, whether we are talking about models with free forms, furniture or doors and natural materials (such as wood, textiles, and cane) are appearing all over the house with modern amenities. Continue reading to see our forecasts for the year ahead, and tell us what you love (or disgust) in the comments.



1. Built-In Seating


Whether it's a perch-side window with views or a cozy reading niche, seats are built in to add character to a room and can be a space-saving technique. Fun architectural details such as this will have a moment of great in 2020.


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2. Arches


Another architectural detail that is booming is arched doors specifically curved and channel windows of houses cave in Greece. The purified processing is smooth and clean without detailing decorated. Not ready to commit to structural changes at home? Give the tendency to try with a wall mirror arc.


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3. Fat Furniture


curved shape also takes the form of furniture. pieces of cloth such as sofa, couch, and occasional chairs are being reimagined in a bumpy, and sometimes asymmetrical, a design that was inspired by the decor of the 70s. In 2020, a new round is a right angle.


4. Organic Shapes


While the free-form design has been gaining momentum, we predict that this year is the motif that hits its peak. organic shapes that appear on everything from bath mats for candles. We especially loved the newly released collection is from the Cold Picnic hand-tufted carpet titled "Two Hour Drive," which feels more like a piece of abstract art of floor coverings.


5. Dusty Green


Classic Pantone color blue may have been considered this year, but we saw a dusty olive green for traction pistachio-entered the right house now.These tone muted colors work as a nice pop for those who generally stick to neutral.





6. Modern Wood Paneling


While the wooden panels do not immediately bring to mind modern homes, it seems that sentiment is about change. Done in a thin, stylish slatted or applied at an interesting angle, the wooden walls can actually feel fresh and unfussy. And, there are no forbidden room-especially the bathroom and the kitchen, where the wood paneling brings warmth unexpectedly and often less.


7. Fiber Art


For several years now, fiber artists have shown their work in fine-art galleries and exhibitions, but 2020 is the year you will see a kind of art-elaborately woven tapestries, elaborately tied macrame pieces made its way into the house. Artists like Cindy Hsu Zell, Windy Chien, and Meghan Shimek make both large and small-scale commission, ready-to-buy pieces that work well on their own or as part of a gallery wall.


8. Statement Tiles


After the proliferation of white subway tile over the last decade, it was only natural that the pendulum will swing the other way. Enter the tile statement. We saw thick, patterned tiles are used in both small (only backsplash a) and large (floor to ceiling bathroom) way.



9. Indoor Gardens


Given the popularity of indoor plants and a wall of living in recent years, it comes as no surprise that green thumb will want to take the habit of the plant to the next level with an indoor garden. This small-scale plot to bring the outside and give residents the opportunity to commune with nature from the comfort of their own home.



10. Cane Detailing


Natural, woven material in the form of rattan, seagrass pendant lamps, and rugs hemp has taken the interior design world by storm, but all the trends have evolved.This second person's action is all about sugar cane detailing, you'll see used in modern furniture such as chairs Nadia Minsmere CB2 and the target console.



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About Sameera Begum Freshman   CEO

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