Considering any renovations at home this year? Then the first thing you need to know is what is out in 2020 and what’s on to make sure that your interior is up to date. The current trends are warm and earthy tones, bold monochromatic spaces far from that ‘safe’ design and bright colors on the whole. Now let me be more precise about the points you should stay away from if you want an edgy look. Let’s begin!
Gray On Gray
Gray is a wonderful shade: it’s neutral, it’s compatible and it works for many styles. However, it’s not the main focus any longer and it will be used only as an additional color – earthy tones rule this year and cold shades aren’t popular.
Industrial design has always been known for being cold, frigid and even a bit impersonal, more suitable for workspaces and offices than homes. This year we’ll see an approach to design that feels warm! Therefore, industrial decor is out and cozy is in, and that makes me happy – finally home will feel even more like home than usual.
I would never think that accent walls actually can be out but they can and this year they are! If you love a pattern or element that much to paint an entire wall in a room, embrace it and paint the entire room, no accent walls are needed. Though this might seem outrageous to some, it’s the perfect way to get the pattern and color you want but more boldly, and as I’ve already mentioned, bold and daring solutions are the main idea of this year.
Granite countertops are far from being over as they are durable and fit many décor styles that you can figure out for your kitchen. This year granite is considered too predictable and too boring, and it’s high time change it up by bringing in quartz, or marble. These two materials are not only more durable but they’re easier to maintain and to clean, which is always a plus.
Mirror furniture is tasteless – it’s a touch of that old glam that we are all too tired of. For a more modern twist bring in a translucent appeal, it’s not only more current but it works well with all of your decor overall.
Mosaic tiles are outdated for now and we are looking at alternatives that offer color and style without the outdated element. Furthermore, consider a solid backsplash with weaved in color instead of using a mosaic element – there are many materials and options to choose from.