2020 has begun and it means new trends, new ideas and new everything! How to decorate your home this year to keep it trendy and add a fresh feel to décor? Here are some trends that will be on this year, check them out to understand what fits your space.
Bold and Monochromatic
Monochromatic has always been meant a pale hue or a minimal shade. But this year we’ll enjoy bold monochromatic spaces! Whether you enjoy a bold cobalt blue, a shade of plum or even cranberry – go for any bright shade that you like.
a pink space with molding, an elegant velvet sofa and chic spheric lamps plus parquet floors
a bold purple-blue space with molding, an exquisite chandelier, a unique wooden daybed and artworks
a bold red space done with Moroccan touches - patchwork poufs, striped pillows, a large hearth with musical instruments on the mantel
a bright blue space done in classic blue, the color of 2020, and navy and in refined classic style
an ultra-modern dining space done in yellow - with bright furniture, built-in lights and yellow chairs
a bright blue living room with botanical printed wallpaper, a modern table and wrapped chairs
a monochromatic emerald green interior spruced up with gold touches and frames on the wall
a monochromatic bold red living room with built-in shelves, comfy furniture and some dark touches for drama
a very refined deep purple living room with matte walls and an exquisite velvet daybed with pillows
Dark doors are going strong this year, they bring drama and character to the space, and make the room come to life. We are used to see light-colored doors or naturally stained ones but dark doors are a bold and artistic idea, and regardless of how you decorate your room, bringing in dark doors will make it come to life.
graphite grey doors look super elegant and super chic, they add interest to this neutral farmhouse space
such a dark door with glass stands out in a neutral space and looks really cool
a navy door stands out in a neutral space is a cool idea to make a statement with the trendiest color of the year
if dark doors seem too much for you, you can go for glass ones and glass frames
a fully neutral and light-filled space gets some drama from black doors here and there
If there is one color palette that is going to be super popular this year, these are earthy tones. It’s all about using shades of chocolate brown, rich, olive green, and ochre yellow. These shades are not unique, but they make the room feel calm, warm and rich. Forget cool tones that make your space feel cold and non-welcoming and go for warm earthy ones!
an earthy tone bedroom done in reddish tones and with plenty of patterns looks cool and inviting
a fall-colored earthy bedroom in ocher, yellow, mustard and rust shades and with wood and rattan
an airy and welcoming earthy tone interior in ocher, rust, neutrals and light-colored wood
a welcoming and airy earthy tone bedroom with touches of pink and light pink for a fresh look
a cool and warm living room with an earthy tone hearth and a leather sofa, a rattan table and a stump
a warming and welcoming kitchen with wooden furniture, wooden shutters and natural greenery in pots
a contemporary, light and airy living room with touches of reddish and rust plus light ocher shades
Black and White
Black and white is classics that always works – for outfits, for décor – everywhere and it brings a multidimensional touch with geometric designs or a contrast of a black and white pattern to showcase what the room has to offer uniquely. Rock this color scheme boldly, with all that geometry and make it rock!
a cool black and white Nordic entryway with a striped rug and some greenery in a vase
a bold black and white bedroom with dark floors, black curtains and a glass storage unit
a gorgeous black and white farmhouse kitchen with a printed tiled floor that adds interest to the space
a refined and chic black and white entryway with a checked floor and black doors looks really wow
a stylish and bold black and white kitchen with white marble is a very elegant contemporary idea