Every year, fashion leaves a strong impression on the season’s design sector and its offerings. The vibe for 2020 contains handmade organic features combined with the ’70s disco club sparkle and the’ 80s velvety softness. But what lies ahead for interiors beyond the nostalgic hints that bear certain artistic impressions? How are we going to change our home environment and evolve? Read on to see what’s telling your style of design as we approach another new year.
Retro Trends That Are Coming Back:
The traditional elegance of floral patterns, either abstract or straight-up chintz, will remain the pattern to be used, particularly when combined with deep luxurious velvets and maximalist styled spaces. Yet housebuilder, look out: Chintz can be tricky. If you’re not careful, its bold old-fashioned prints can easily turn to frilly English bed-and-breakfast. The floral theme will add color, texture, and just the right touch of classic elegance to your interior if done correctly.
Acrylic and Plastic:
Increasing social awareness around climate change has influenced the design industry to produce corresponding products. Plastics are used for frames for indoor and outdoor furniture and water bottles are used to make rugs and decorations for outdoors. Acrylic goods have a comeback for a more glamorous feel, giving a space the architectural structure it wants without having to take up visual real estate.
Many manufacturers, designers, and architects have concentrated on a sustainable, environmentally friendly approach to home building and design for their products and projects. Sustainable products do not imply inferior quality, comfort, or design, thanks to modern technology. In addition, these goods celebrate both elevated and affordable versions of eco-chic versions of modern or traditional designs.
The wave of minimalism and Scandinavian architecture is finally decreasing, marked by bright colors and plain materials. Bright colors and graphic designs are increasingly prevalent in the house, instead. Don’t think about combining colors, patterns, and textures. Take a gallery wall to the next level, or add a spectacular large-scale piece to your room by making it cover a whole wall.
The emergence of digitally printed fabrics has created a true love for real embroidery, thick boucles of wool, linens, and other elements influenced by artisans. The theme of the forthcoming season is rich textural expressions. For furniture and finishes, think of velvet upholstery, hemp drapery, cork walls, wicker, and jute.
So, these are some retro trends that you can incorporate in your home decor. We hope that the information provided here has been of help to you.