Spring 2020: Interior Trends That Are Here to Stay
As with any new season, we see the fashion trends change and it makes updating our homes with the new styles even more tempting. This doesn’t mean you have to revamp your entire home and spend a fortune – little touches can work just as well. Now we don’t want to do up our home to then find the trends have moved on quickly, so here’s some spring interior trends that are here to stay…
A fun yet sophisticated theme that takes inspiration from expressional artwork. With bold patterns, bright colours and playful blocks dotted around, evoking relaxing sensations, the best thing about this trend is that it suits nearly every room so you’re not restricted to the living or bedroom for example. You can incorporate it into your kitchen with fancy light fixtures, jazz up your living room with abstract bright cushions, herringbone wood flooring and feature walls. Of course, there’s always abstract art work for your walls if you really want to go to town.
When it comes to the colour palette, we would certainly go down the route of bright colours as previously mentioned, and you can even get away with colours that you might have first thought clashed but be careful not to overdo it! Don’t be afraid, try mixing mustard tones with berry, your room will pop.
This is a bold and sassy take on the glamour style is really set to take hold of spring interior trends. This boasts a sophisticated elegance with a little hint of the 1960s. Here we see shapely furniture with rounded curves take centre stage. You can also throw in a bit of 1920s style too – art déco is and continues to be very fashionable with interiors. Rich soft tones such as ruby or royal blue are perfect, mixed with warmer tones of bronze and rose. Anything metallic works well too, with it bringing a slight modern touch.
If you’re looking to make a real statement, then this sort of style is highly recommended, but it’s not for the faint hearted! Show off your taste with a statement wall, interesting coffee tables and a characterful armchair. You can’t go wrong with velvet either, especially when it comes to furnishings, and why not glam it up with tassels and fringing?
It’s well known that a contemporary interior is all about simple clean spaces. It’s all about a calm, comfortable and a chilled-out space to relax in, but it’s at the height of fashion too! Neutral colours are where it’s at and grey always comes out on top, with it being a calming retreat from the outside world. This doesn’t mean you have to have dull and boring interior with no character though as you can experiment with different textures such as wool, wicker and light cotton to liven the room up a little. The best thing about this is that because it is so easy going and versatile, it will work well in any setting, from a rustic living room to a modern kitchen. Also, try pairing it with a dark accent colour you’re good to go!
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The images features our: Kettlewell Milky Oak (HD2100).