Below we have listed some of the interior design trends that you should follow in 2020.
“One thing we’re starting to see is more of a nod to vintage and traditional detailing — things like spooled legs, spindles, and other things we saw in furnishings from the 1800s and early 1900s,” says interior designer Bria Hammel, CEO of Bria Hammel Interiors.
If you haven’t noticed yet, the 2020 Pantone Color of the year is Classic Blue. To catch up with the trends, simply incorporate this color by adding different décor elements in your apartment such as blue pillows on the sofa, framed pictures on the walls or a stylish flower pot in the corner of the hall.
For this season the ever-popular Scandi look is layered up with different textures to give the look depth. Mostly used colors and materials: neutral shades of wool, wicker or wood.
According to the 2019 S. Houzz Bathroom Trends Study, 38% of homeowners added or replaced a bathtub as part of their master bathroom project, and 50% of those folks chose a freestanding flat-bottom tub shape; another 9% chose a free-standing claw-foot tub.