4 Bedroom Trends for 2020Posted on: September 11th, 2019
Are you planning to refresh your master suite next year? Before you commit to an aesthetic for the redesign, consider our decor tips about the four bedroom trends expected to heat up in 2020. These looks will give your sanctuary a seriously chic update.
When it comes to choosing finishes for your space, consider organic elements that add warmth and texture. Modern interior designs is all about bringing the outside in with luxe materials such as granite, copper and wood. Biophilia, the relationship between humans and our natural environment, is a huge design buzzword for 2020 and beyond.
If you’re concerned about sustainability, choose responsibly manufactured materials or even realistic engineered versions of your favorite finishes. Offset this sleek, contemporary look with cozy textiles such as layered pillows and throws. Velvet continues to reign when it comes to soft, supple fabrics.
Rich Color Palettes
While minimalism has been the order of the day for several seasons now, trendsetting homeowners and designers are bringing color back into the mix. The new palettes combine deep jewel tones with hues drawn from nature.
Don’t be afraid to go bold with your bedroom walls; think peacock blue or a sunny, buttery gold. Elle Decor predicts that emerald and hunter green along with dark indigo will make a splash in the coming year, while Vogue touts the terracotta aesthetic. As for fixtures, brass and rose gold will fade away in favor of copper for the coming year. Try it on your drawer pulls and other unexpected areas.
Stark abstract images, gallery walls and graphics with slogans and sayings have all been done and overdone. This year update your bedroom with one large painting or photograph. Think big; for maximum impact, the piece should cover most of your wall.
Like artwork, other aspects of home decor are moving past the minimalism trend. Look for details like fringe, intricate engraving and beading when choosing lampshades, textiles and other finishing touches for your space.
Although florals are certainly nothing new, this look gets a new twist this year with patterns in unexpected colors, sizes and pairings. If you’ve always wanted a lush garden in your interior space, now’s your chance. Try this trend for your wallpaper, bedding or even curtains, depending on how committed you are to the floral look.
When you’re ready to update your master bedroom, shop these four trends and other incredible looks at Design Depot Furniture. Contact us online or visit our Miami showroom to get expert interior design advice from our accommodating staff.