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I thought i'd put a post together sharing some of my favourite interior trends of 2020! I can see some trends from 2019 are sticking around but there's also some new trends for this year! Here are my faves!

Blue is everywhere, it's the new Grey. Being the Pantone colour of the year it's not surprising that Blue is very on trend this year. I think towards the end of 2019 Navy sofa's and feature walls were very popular. This seems to have followed us into the new year and I don't see blue going anywhere just yet! Navy and classic blue just seem to work and creates a modern but homely atmosphere. It works all over the home too, kitchen cupboards, bathrooms, bedrooms and living rooms. Blue just looks great! I think the metallic trend works really well with blue too, Golds, Rose Golds and Bronzes look fabulous along side Blue!

Whilst scanning Pinterest for 2020 trends it's clear that white is still very popular along side the darker feature walls and furniture. However softer shades of pink, concrete, greens and browns also seem to be very well-liked. Again these soft hues work really well with Navy and darkers shades of blue/green.

Herringbone floors don't seem to be going anywhere and are just beautiful and a wonderful addition to any home. I think that the Herringbone pattern works really well with modern and more traditional homes making it a real investment.

Glass walls, windows, flooring is such a huge trend! I'm loving the Crittall style doors and windows that are trending on Pinterest! They add an element of industry into the home but also add loads of light and are a great way to divide up rooms. Tuffxglass.co.uk are manufacturers of toughened glass and other high quality glass products and technology so check them out if your planning on adding glass products to your interiors.

Block colours seem to be fashionable however patterned tiles for flooring and walls are also very popular. Statement wallpapers are also on trend right now however I'm not personally a fan and much prefer adding pattern with a tile or soft furnishings that can be changed easily. Adding a retro geometric rug can really add something to a room without being as dramatic as wallpaper or furniture. However if a jazzy pattern is totally your thing then 70's patterns are favoured this year.
I'm still loving the monochrome patterned tiles for walls and flooring, especially in bathrooms and hallways!

Scandi, boho and sustainability are still very on trend. Recycled furniture, lots of wicker and textures are still proving to be stylish. With people becoming more eco-friendly the fashion has become more wooden, reuable rather than plastic and throw-away. Why not check out a local charity shop or ebay for those hidden gems. An old antique side board or dining table can make such a beautiful statement to a home without costing an arm and a leg and also do your bit for the environment.

What are your top interior trends for 2020?  Will you be adding any of these trends to your home this year?

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