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Home Design Trends of 2020 You Don’t Want to Miss

A modern white kitchen with warmth added in via natural wood.

The global interior design market will reach over $151.9 billion by 2025. With residential bringing healthy gains that will drive market growth, according to the Globe Newswire.

The beginning of a new decade is a perfect moment to upgrade your home.

It’s the perfect chance to look for inspiration on how to increase the feel-good factors in your home.

Besides, the idea of houses being sanctuaries will be stronger than ever in 2020, making it an ideal time to incorporate unique design trends.

Contemporary Luxury Designs

Whether you are investing in a custom home from scratch or remodeling an existing one, Paradisa Homes states that luxurious and visually striking are in.

For this reason, demand for warm and pared-back minimalism designs will increase as more property owners invest in luxury homes.

Homeowners will embrace harmonious looks instead of extreme polarities. Geometric balance, mixed metals, modern décor accessories, natural stone, and organized art are some of the contemporary luxury home designs you will see everywhere.

Also, expect more black and matte finishes. Even hybrid fusions like Scandinavian styles and Japanese elements. 

Soft Colored Kitchens

White kitchens are classic, timeless, and blend well with any style. But expect to see soft colors in the kitchen space.

Soft hues like light blues and grays will replace the all-white kitchen. I don’t know if I could give mine up though!

For homeowners like me, who cannot replace the white cabinets with soothing tones, there’s options. Introducing pops of timber through pullouts, open shelving, cabinets, and countertops will be the norm.

The latest trends in kitchen designs focus on personalization using a variety of soothing hues, patterns, textures, tile, steel, and lighting fixtures.   

Formal Dining Rooms

Over the last decades, we have witnessed open floor plans and informal meal sharing, making a mark in homes.

As we enter a new decade, more homeowners will embrace the comeback of formal dining room designs.

Although a formal dining room doesn’t need to be in enclosed spaces, it should serve its purpose.

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Homeowners will treat the dining room as a space for displaying artwork, patterns, plants, and bold colours that might not fit anywhere else in the house.

Think of it as a focal point and ideal space for entertainment and family time. 

Home design trends of 2020 are all about personality and experience. So, don’t hesitate to try bold colours and modern accessories that reflect your taste.

Display your memories and your story by combining style and fun.  

Are you going to jump on any of these home design trends of 2020?

Let me know, til then–cheers m’deres!

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