We’ve all heard about “new year, new me”. But what about “new year, new home decor”? Making updates to your home for the new year can be the perfect kick start to your year and a great way to pave the way for an awesome 2020. You may have just purchased a new home and are starting from scratch or maybe you just want a few simple updates such as a pop of color with a new canvas print. So whether you’re looking for a decor refresh or you simply want to stay up to date with the latest home trends, you’ll definitely want to check out these top home decor trends of 2020.
1. Open up with floating kitchen shelves
If you worry about clutter, then open shelving may have you running the other way. But wait, don’t run away just yet, because if done right, floating shelves actually tend to make a space look bigger and more organized. So, if you dare to bare, you’ll be surprised to find how much more open your kitchen will feel. Display your best dishware and wine glasses and save the bulkier or messier stuff for your bottom (closed) cabinets. You’ll find it looks extremely chic and also allows you to add extra beautiful elements such as plants and leaning frames, which can pull the kitchen design together.
2. Be bold with wall art that stands out
Make a bold statement this year with a bold wall-paper or bold wall art (link). Stray away from beige and blank and use this space to reflect who you really are. Let your personality shine through with bold custom canvas prints or frames of your favorite moments, your last travel adventure or cool abstract geometric art that you love.
3. Stay focused with focal point fireplaces
Focal point fireplaces take center stage in 2020. They add warmth and light to your space, quite literally and also design-wise. A fireplace is like the heart of your home and a great spot to add decor. So spruce it up by hanging a large canvas print on the wall above or adding plants, vases and leaning frames on the mantle.
4. Add some color in your life with navy blue
Navy blue has become the new dark neutral color since it’s softer than black yet is still is easy to mix and match with your current decor. It adds a timeless sophistication to your decor and also feels cozy and warm. You can paint a navy blue accent wall or swap some furniture pieces to this darker hue. For simpler pops of blue, you can add navy pillows, a blue carpet, or even canvas prints containing shades of blue.
5. Get tropical with palm imagery
Palm trees have a way of making us feel like we’re on a tropical vacation and adds a lush touch of nature to your decor. You’ll feel like you’re in your own oasis with custom palm wall art, palm patterned pillows or a palm wall-paper accent wall.