Home decor accessories, accents, and furnishings inspiration is everywhere as reflected in these what’s on trend projections for the new year.
The criteria for the what’s on trend choices I’ve selected to show and tell with you is based on styles currently catching my eye that I believe may just have some staying power.
I’m going to kick this post off with a caveat of sorts.
Trends serve as a barometer of tastes, often fluctuating with the we’re loving this at the moment style.
To avoid decorating regret or budget busting, adopt a less is more attitude when it comes to what’s on trend.
Your good taste and impeccable sense of personal style will guide you to the trend(s) with the staying power that best speaks to your decorating style.
Statement Powder and Laundry Rooms
Small spaces making a big statements are high on the trend list for 2020.
By now you’ve probably seen a certain high end designer wallpaper in vogue at the moment.
This custom heron print statement wallpaper from Wallpapers4Beginners on Etsy is a stunning substitute for the designer original.
Another stunner presently catching my eye covers both the big statement and the color black aspect of what’s on trend.
A Personal What’s On Trend Favorite
Words to decorate by regardless of trend or time.
Color Your World
A color trio I personally find pleasing and easy to live with is proving to be a significant contender for best in color 2020, and I can see why.
Pantone Color of the Year 2020 is Classic Blue.
Behr Color of the Year 2020 is Back to Nature.
Benjamin Moore Color of the Year 2020 is First Light.
In The Kitchen
Color will also be big in the kitchen for 2020.
Stainless steel appliances have lost their shine with decoristas (or so the kitchen design gods forecast).
I’m digging these kitchen cabinets in French Quarter Green by Jolie Paint.
Open shelving is on both the in and out for 2020 list.
Different strokes and shelving selections for different folks, but I say if it makes you happy and works for you, then it makes the kitchen trend 2020 list.
Countertops in natural wood tones easily stand as the main focal point feature of a kitchen.
Wallpaper is coming on strong as a choice for adding color, texture, and pattern to the scheme.
Kitchen ceilings need color, too in 2020.
The mixing of metals trend continues to create an impressive contrast.
A spot of glam for the new year is always in style and on trend.
The Urias Bar Stool is glam on steroids; a stylish choice for the home bar or even as an accent chair.
IMO, the height only adds to the focal point aspect if selecting to go with the latter.
Spring Things to Come
Cane is coming around again, and the cane Paige round back dining chair set is chic and on-trend, and at an excellent price point to boot.
I’m delighted to learn daybeds will be having an on-trend moment this year.
Being from the south, I’ve seen my fair share of daybeds over the years.
On a sleeping porch.
In a center hall.
Daybeds have evolved in style, moving away from strictly utilitarian to accent of versatile sophistication.
Bringing the outdoors inside is sizing up to be a big trend.
Faux plants will always have their place, but you simply can’t beat the look of real.
I’m chomping at the bit for spring to make its arrival so we can day trip down to the Forest Hill nurseries to check out the inventory.
Garden statues aren’t just for gardens, they make wonderful accent pieces.
The beginning of a new year brings with it what’s on trend projections that show great decorating potential.
What trend(s) do you look forward to adding to your decor?