Granted, to a very large extent, interior designers help paint a picturesque sight in your home, but you cannot paint a picture without a drawing first. That’s your job as the homeowner – to have an idea of what you want to create before the designers jump into action to make your imagination reality. In reality, the interior design industry is very wide and vast, providing you with several choices to pick from. This is both good and bad for you as a homeowner because apart from your choices, you may also be faced with the challenge of which to pick, which to run with.
Of course, interior designing is a very complicated and technical field, and you may not know a thing about it, neither do you know what to tell your designer. It may be our job, but it is your home. We have carefully compiled a list of the 7 top and most unique interior design trends that would take over the industry in 2020 for you to pick or gain inspiration from.
This year, a lot of people are opting for arches in their home interior. It doesn’t take a genius to decipher that the end of 2019 saw a lot of indoor pictures on social media, and arches was the trendy design. Based on precedents, the design is going to be in more demand this year.
This interior design trend entails having your doors, headboards, and walls curved, rather than straight. It gives the home an exquisite look of glamour and touch of class. The biggest hotels and restaurants are already adopting this interior design, and this essentially is what will fuel the high demand.
The Plaster Effect
The key thing in interior design trends is that the design must evolve and take a better shape. Against this background, the plaster effect moves away from the brickwork and heavy metal on walls, to more subtle elegant sandy textured walls reminiscent of raw plaster.
Apparently, not only is the love for the environment and ecosystem evident in advocacy, there is a drastic shift to eco friendly interior design trends, and the plaster effect is one of the eco friendly trends. No longer will acrylic oil-based paints with bad volatile organic compounds have a place in homes this year.
Still on walls, the new cool is having it strewn with little stars, galaxy murals, galactic surfaces, and cosmic tile works. This interior design trend gives your walls the appearance of a night sky or galaxy and is sure to turn heads when you have guests over. Who doesn’t like the attention? This year, you might want to go for the constellation design for your walls.
As far as interior design trends are concerned, the dark kitchen is one to look out for. The demand for black and navy-blue kitchens and cabinets are up to 93% in the past six months. The color blue has experienced particularly high demand on cabinets, walls, or floors. Blue has elegantly replaced white and grey.
Demand and searches for velvet beddings have increased by 400% in the past six months. It is the most searched fabric, making it way up there among the latest and best interior design trends for 2020. It looks both seductive and homely; a wise and tasteful choice.
Painted Floor Tiles
Of all the aforementioned interior design trends, the painted floor tiles are the most affordable and convenient. It essentially is painting your kitchen tiles to a distinct and fashionable color. It is a very beautiful home upgrade and it’s a welcome departure from the already out-of-date linoleum.
Cut Out Couch
When it comes to furniture, interior design trends have evolved from the conventional couches to ‘cut out’ couches with smooth edges and a bench sofa feel. It looks grand and is among the most searched and demanded for as far as furnishing is concerned.
Also, rather than having the other chairs in the living room face the T.V set, a new trend is allowing them to face each other, giving it a new look and feel. Trust me, this emerging interior design trend looks more amazing than it sounds. Your home would be the talk of the neighborhood.