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Interior Design Trends to Watch for in 2020

Fresh starts call for fresher spaces. With the new year right around the corner, we’re taking a look at what the future brings in terms of interior design. From making nature a part of your décor to incorporating urban icons into your design, here are five innovative and exciting ideas, ready to make bold style statements in any space.

City Emblems: Subway Tile

From your kitchen backsplash to your bathroom floors, there’s nothing that brings on the urban vibes quite like subway tiles. But 2020 forgoes the basics and elevates this trend to its more glamorous cousin. Meet mother of pearl subway tiles, the glossier version that adds instant dazzle to any space. Mother of pearl accents have the same effects to your space as a pair of pearl earrings elevating a little black dress. Create visual interest without committing to vivid palettes by simply upgrading the luster factor – the ideal accent when aiming to stay neutral, yet ditch the predictability.

Effortless Display: Open Shelving

When it comes to kitchens, 2020 is all about casual, effortless design, which is why open shelving is here to stay. The prominent trend of the past years is still experiencing a major moment in interior design – and it shows no signs of slowing down. Opt for wooden shelves, preferably in a different tone from your kitchen cabinets and keep the aesthetic on a minimalistic spectrum. Next: style your shelves with a cohesive collection of bamboo wood bowls, handmade ceramics and cups in a fused palette of shades.

Surrounded by Greenery: Biophilia

While the idea of incorporating the surrounding environment into your own home might seem on the futuristic side at first glance, it’s definitely not that far in the future. 2020 is all about biophilia, aka design and spaces that seamlessly connect with nature. Whether you’re willing to give a statement leaf wall a try or commit to making your home a plant oasis, all the options to “affiliate with other forms of life” are unequivocally welcomed.

A Bold Staple: Classic Blue

The official color for 2020 is the purest form of classic blue – and the interior design world definitely took notice. From accent walls to matte furniture pieces and from vibrant velvet to accent china, classic blue is everywhere. PANTONE eloquently defines the trending shade: ‘Instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era.’

Exciting Space: Fun, Creative Bathrooms

While kitchens seem to follow a simplification mantra in 2020, we find bathroom aesthetics at the polar opposite. Maximalism is IN from every angle and through every medium. Bold and, yes, loud wallpapers, florals, geometry that borders on the garish, vibrant accents, unexpected trimmings and everything in between goes. Bathrooms are small and contained, relatively hidden from the other areas, making them the perfect private spaces to go wild in. For a fresh look, embrace the kind of colors you never had the courage to use and commit to bold prints and accents without sacrificing functionality.

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