2020 Home Design trends

    2020 Home Design trends

    What new furniture, accessory, and color trends have found their way into South Florida homes from European interior intrigue?

    The furniture, accessory and color trends that find their way into South Florida homes often originate across the pond. Annual design fairs in Germany, France and Italy produce interior intrigue that can spread to showrooms around the world.

    The Senada Team reviewed several popular design sources and pulled five interior trends to look out for in 2020.

    • The art of subtlety: Monochromatic and minimal design continues to inspire home decor treatments. Think soft and simple linens, soothing natural fibers and quiet gray tones.
    • The shape of things to come: As part of the retro vibe that found its way back into design schemes in 2019, rounded and organic shapes (instead of hard angles) will remain in vogue when it comes to furnishings.
    • Old is new: One of the interior trends coming out of Paris involved an Art Deco vibe with bold colors on modern furnishings and over-the-top lighting.
    • Back in black: Perhaps surprisingly, pops of black continue to weave their way into various decorative settings through works of art, window frames and even furnishings. According to the style director at Better Homes & Garden, Max Wilker, “little bits of black can ground a space and be exciting at the same time.”
    • Dimensional design: Another “what’s old is new again” trend to come out of Milan involves chic, artistic 3D wall coverings. In addition, modest materials like rattan, jute and hemp were prominently featured in Milan.

    Sources include Inman, HQ Designs, Interior Notes, Authentic Interior and Damico Gallery.


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