In search of the latest interior design trends of 2020? White kitchen styles and accent walls that were popular in recent years are likely to evolve this year. To know what’s trending, we have spoken to several furniture makers and interior designers. What they perceive in the next decade is when it comes to design, the concept of individuality is extremely important.

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If you are a DIY designer or into crafting, you might have a busy year ahead; especially if you are looking into commissioning custom pieces. That said, let us have a look at what 2020 is offering to the interior design trends and what 2021 will entail.

Unique Floor Coverings

Becoming more mainstream will be the use of unique rugs made with interesting materials that are being used or woven into them. This trend has started recently and has gained the interest of many individuals, encouraging creativity and imagination in many ways.

Two-Tone Kitchens

Two-tone kitchens soon will phase out the iconic white styled kitchen. For a rustic feel, colors and wood will be played to ensure an elegant combination.

Handmade Goods

Handmade goods have seen a significant rise in popularity, creating a connection between consumers and the maker. Rather than mass-produced items, people are seeking out artists or companies that produce products that convey a point of view or tell a story.

Natural luxury

In kitchens and bathrooms, a luxurious touch can be established using natural materials such as marble. Additionally, candleholders, bowls, and vases are wonderful marble accents. The use of linen with finished edges in beautiful jewel tones can add a touch of elegance as well.

Ceilings and Bold Trim

High contrast design can land a fresher look and a sense of boldness to what would otherwise be a monochromatic room.

  • Art deco-inspired patterns or graphic patterns are particularly effective when using black and white colors.
  • Contrasting, colorful trim, and moldings will create a space that is monotone by matching it with the color of a wall.
  • Contrast can be achieved by incorporating wallpapered ceilings. In most rooms, such contrasting effect can be an interesting feature.

Patterns, Patterns Everywhere!

For textiles and tabletop designs, layered patterns have become extremely widespread. As far as “rules” in the use of patterns, there aren’t any! Patterns of varying scale and origin are being tied together in the mixing of patterns using a variety of colors. Additionally, the flow of a pattern from the wall to a bedding or upholstered furniture has been played in various interior design projects.

Colors Are the New Neutral

Jewel tones, saturated hues, and warm colors will be replacing neutrals in the upcoming trends. Serving as the opportunity for adding more color are today’s walls, cabinetry, and tiles. This year, one of the strongest colors that is typically used is shades of pink. Additionally, we will be seeing an array of colors that feel grounded yet soft, such as terra-cotta and soft peachy corals.

Sustainable Materials

Sustainable materials are on the rise in recent years. Society today is gravitating toward lifestyles that are eco-friendlier. More than ever before, individuals are becoming more knowledgeable and ecologically conscious about sustainability. One of the best renewable and earth-friendly flooring options are wood floors. Wood flooring requires fewer natural resources and less energy to create, thus, encouraging the use of such flooring in most modern households.

Find Trending Wall, Floor, and Ceiling Materials at Materials Inc.

When it comes to trending interior designs, Materials Inc. is in touch with the latest and greatest developments. If you have something in mind, we can assist you in turning it into reality. If you require any kind of advice on your interior design project, we will be ready to help.

Contact us on what’s trending and the materials that would best suit the needs of your home or business. We will provide you with a plethora of portfolio that can help you in the design of your very own interior project.

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