Home Decor Trends to Fall in Love with in 2020

By: Natalie Lewin

Home Decor Trends to Fall in Love with in 2020

Tags: Real Estate, Toronto, Home Decor

There’s no better time than a new decade to give your home an upgrade! Whether you’re hoping to add a fresh coat of paint to your walls, swap out old furniture, or undergo a major renovation, here are this year’s most sought-after styles. 
 

Nature-Inspired Elements 

 

 

 

If you’ve been flexing your green thumb recently, you’re not alone! With sustainability becoming more important, eco-conscious consumers are gravitating toward more natural materials such as bamboo and rattan. Bringing the outside in your home in the form of natural light or greenery also creates a calm environment and reduces stress and anxiety. What’s not to love about that!
 

Dark Blue Hues 

Say farewell to white-on-white and neutral colour palettes! 2020 shakes things up with  jaw-dropping bold and saturated hues. The most popular being Pantone’s dramatic colour of the year, Classic Blue. This timeless and luxurious hue reflects the hope for peace and tranquility in 2020. Paired with gold hardware or understated tile, this colour adds a sophisticated touch to any kitchen, bathroom, or front door! 

Floral Wallpaper

 


Wallpaper is back in a big way this year! No longer an outdated trend of the past, wallpaper is a perfect way to add a sophisticated touch to your powder room, closet, bedroom, foyer, or ceiling! In 2020, you’ll see everything from dramatic tropical prints to delicate florals, to bold geometric patterns. Bonus: there are endless stick-on options if you’re worried about the application or committing to a bold print.
 

Subtle Pinks

 

 

“Millennial Pink” has been a top colour trend since 2016, and it doesn't seem to be going anywhere in 2020! Blush and dusty pink hues add a chic and modern twist to any wall or piece of furniture. If you would rather not make such a bold statement with the hue, it can easily be subtly integrated into your space through the addition of throw pillows, kitchen accessories, bookshelves, curtains, and other small decorative details. 

Curved Furniture 

 

 

The ‘70s are back, baby...at least in the form of furniture! Curved furniture—a major trend in the 1970s—is making a major comeback in the form of C-shaped sectionals, circular club chairs, and even arched doorways. Modern and fun, these curvy and fun pieces are not only functional but double as an art piece! 

 

Free-Standing Tubs 

 

Nothing says luxury like a free-standing tub with gold accents! According to the 2019 U.S. Houzz Bathroom Trends Study, 38% of homeowners added or replaced a bathtub as part of their master bathroom project, and 50% chose a free standing flat-bottom tub shape. 


Which of these 2020 home decor trends will you be trying this year? For more tips on how to prep your home for the season (or for sale!) call me today at info@natalielewin.com or 416. 903. 7653