Trends in home interiors are forever changing and it’s important to be aware of what the most current trends are if you have plans to modify and modernise your own interior this year.
How are you best finding out about these trends? You could go and visit a show home at a new housing development for up-the-minute ideas or make a mental note of the things your friends have recently done in their own homes when you go to see them.
Pinterest is also a good resource, with people across the globe pinning some clever concepts you could implement in your home. To save you the time, Pennine has managed to unearth 3 things we know will be hot in home decor in 2020.
‘Tranquil Dawn’ and ‘Classic Blue’ will be the two Colours of the Year
It’s always a big event when Dulux and Pantone announce their Colours of the Year as they’re such authorities on colour. For 2020, ‘Tranquil Dawn’ and ‘Classic Blue’ are their respective choices.
‘Tranquil Dawn’ is a soft green that Dulux claim “embodies the nation’s mood on the approach of a new decade”.
Pantone’s choice of colour, ‘Classic Blue’, purportedly “instills a sense of calm, confidence and connection”.
You might not need to go to drastic lengths to give your home interior a lift. A large bold rug could be enough to change the whole feel of your living room and make it exciting again.
It doesn’t have to be straightforward square or rectangular shape and you get statement rugs in all sorts of patterns. A geometric patterned rug would be a good way of accomplishing two fashionable trends in a single item as geometric patterns are once again an ‘in’ thing.
Avoid buying a rug with a colour that will clash with everything else, using soft furnishings that complement it nicely.
We all need to make more of an effort to lead a greener lifestyle, and you can start by only buying furniture that’s made from reclaimed or sustainable sources. This could be a new bed or a new sofa.
Very often you will find that reclaimed wood furniture has far more character to it than mass-produced pieces of furniture. When purchasing homewares, you should also try and find items made from recycled materials, rather than raw materials, for the good of the planet.
See if you can find another home for any furniture that you’re ditching to prolong its life and reduce waste.
Something else that will also improve your home interior and make it trendy is new windows and doors from Pennine. Get a copy of our Windows & Doors brochure to see what styles we have in stock.
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