2020 Interior design trends at a glance

Each year new home décor trends emerge and old trends slowly say their goodbyes. In 2020, we will continue to see a return to warmth in our interior spaces. Here is a glimpse at some interior design trends that will be making some noise in 2020:

1. Rounded Edges

This trend begin making waves in 2019, and we will really see it reach its peak in 2020. Curved edges evoke a sense of calmness. Rounding the tops of bookshelf built-ins, doors, and other nook features is a great way to add personality and warmth to a space.

2. Black Framed Mirror Walls

Have you always wanted that wall of windows but don’t have the budget to bust open the back of your house? In 2020, whether it’s mercury glass or traditional mirrors, framed mirror walls will serve to add light and mimic the look and feel of a wall of windows.

3. Hickory Stain

The dark muted tones of the hickory stain will be a big hit in 2020. Serving as the antithesis to the popular light wood of late, the earthy browns of hickory in a matte finish will add drama and help ground any space.

4. Sustainability

The options and price points for sustainable pieces and textiles have come down in the past few years, allowing even the most budget-conscious consumer to search out sustainable pieces. In 2020, to combat the growing popularity of fast fashion in interior design, sustainability and reuse will be an increasingly important consideration in home furniture purchase decisions.

5. Terra Cotta

We’ve seen this trend trying to make a breakthrough in previous years but not quite meeting the mark. But in 2020, terra cotta will finally have its revival. Following in the footsteps of reclaimed wood, we will see reclaimed terra cotta in floors, backsplashes and accessories.

Looking forward to seeing how these interior design trends transpire in 2020!

Hi I’m Andrea Haraldsen, Founder and Principal Designer at Harlow & Thistle, a leading Canadian design, DIY and lifestyle blog. My design philosophy centers around doing it yourself, doing it for less and mixing the old with the new. Harlow and Thistle is an online magazine full of unique project ideas, lifestyle tips and inspirational content encouraging readers to create a lux look for less in every part of their lives.

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