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Top Interior Design Trends we’ll see in 2020

While signature trends of 2019 and earlier on in the decade, like accent walls and crisp white kitchens won’t be vanishing completely, trends will just be evolving in upcoming years.

Here are some of the major trends predicted for 2020, so you’re able to keep your Llanmoor home on trend this year.

Colours will become the new neutrals

According to experts, neutrals will be replaced by warm colours. Dolley Levan Frearson, the co-founder of High Fashion Home predicts shades of pink will be strong in 2020. “I also see a lot of soft peachy corals and terra cotta—colours that feel soft yet grounded in earth tones” she says. These colours can be subtly introduced into a room using accessories and occasionally furniture.

Texture, texture, texture

This year’s trends aren’t all about colour, we are increasingly seeing texture being added to homes to add interest to rooms. Here at Llanmoor, we are loving the look of layering up different textures in the same, or very similar colour pallets. It’s perfect for those of you who are in love with your neutrals and want something to try and change up your room.

In a living room and bedroom, it is easy to add texture by adding in cushions and throws but in other rooms you can try and add texture with an indoor plant, prints and pictures or home accessories.

Two Toned Kitchen

We’re seeing a rising trend of having two different colour kitchen cabinets. ‘The trend for combining two colours throughout kitchen cabinetry is set to soar in 2020,’ says Andy Briggs, interior designer for Optiplan Kitchens.

If the idea of using two different colours in such an important space in your home scares you, Sigma 3 have created the perfect example of a stylish two-tone kitchen, without using extravagant colours and a look that can take you through decades.

Back to the 70’s

We can also expect to see the return of oranges, yellows, rusty reds and mustard, these colours are set to replace the soft neutrals and bright whites from the previous decade. Our very own interior designer Tracey Grey is one step ahead, using a rusty red in the kitchen area of our Frampton show home at the Bedwas site.

Velvet

Velvet might not be favoured by everyone; however velvet furniture is predicted to be a huge trend in 2020. When people think of velvet, they immediately think about the old-fashioned red velvet upholstery.  However, velvet is known for its luxury and comfort and can be the perfect statement in your new home.

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