New decade, new interior! Every decade has its iconic interior and design characteristics. In recent years we have seen millennial pink, terrazzo, the mustache and the many houseplants that inspired designers to make stunning prints.
Find out what to expect in 2020:
The cheerful interior trend that takes inspiration from abstract, expressionist artworks. Bold geometry, hand-drawn designs and playful blocks. This look is all about creating a positive mood. Bold patterns and spicy colours give the playful approach to styling your décor. Imperfection and hand-drawn forms play an important focus. Go all-in with the craziest colour combinations.
Retro Revival! This is 2020’s daring view of the glamour trend. This renewed trend goes one step further than last year and is a look that combines the thirties with refined elegance and opulence in the style of the seventies. Shaped furniture with curves and flowing shapes are central to this elegant theme. Consider elegant, shell-shaped side chairs. Rich tones for the key items with warmer tones such as ocher, rose and bronze for the details.
In recent years, the Japanese design style has come under current through interior collections. This fall, the Japani trend will come into it’s own as a striking trend. Several large companies have presented collections full of structure, decorative motifs, stylized oriental prints and structured shapes.
This charming trend is a nice variant of nature. The botanical prints come in soft tones. There are many painterly elements that make the look feel a bit less impressive than the tropical palms. Palm prints are the most important motif in this look, as wallpaper or printed on fabric.
Worldly inspired patterns, taken from the journeys to all parts of the world. This trend shows decorative ikats, paisleys and intricate Indian prints. Rich hues and rugged textures symbolize the authentic, handmade style of this nomadic trend. Within this trend, everything is in detail, such as tassels, pom-poms and macramé details on everything: from cushions to the wall deco. Tribute to the global artisans!
Biophilia comes from the Greek words for life (Bios) and love (Philia) and literally means love for life. Within this trend, everything revolves around passionate love for everything that lives: for example, we have been fascinated by climate change and sustainability over the past decade. The houseplant trend came up, we had Greenery as colour of 2017 and we opt for organic patterns and natural details in our prints to connect ourselves with nature.
The trend that we are perhaps most looking forward to. Floral patterns of all sizes in all colours on both fabrics and wallpapers. There is a strong attraction for vivid colours such as yellow and combined with contrasting colours that make your interior pop!
What’s your favourite trend?
P.s. Coming soon: 2020’s Colour Trends