New year boost for your home

Out with the festive decor, in with the new interior trends for 2020 to inject some new life into your home, whether you love simple, sustainable or maximalist chic, there’s something for every taste this year.

There is an annual phase most us go through as the New Year begins – the tree and all of the festive trimmings are removed to reveal a less lack lustre room.
Without the sparkle and soft lights emanating from your Christmas tree your home can feel bare and boring, so why not jazz up your home for the new year with the latest home decor trends for 2020?

This can be in the form of a few simple touches, a new piece of furniture or a complete room revamp, read on for new trend inspiration…

 

Pantone 2020 Colour of the year: Classic Blue

Calibre Classic Blue sofa

Every year Pantone releases it’s colour of the year and it’s a beautiful blue, chosen to evoke the sky at dusk.
For us it brings to mind classic denim jeans, the deep ocean and sapphire gemstones and is easy to incorporate into your home through furniture, stylish accents such as chairs, wall art and accessories.

The fact that it teams well with our much loved grey is a huge bonus!

Classic blue products
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Visit our Classic Blue Pinterest board for more inspiration
 

Celebration of Nature

 

Celebration of Nature with botanical wall art
 
In a world full of technology we’re increasing realising the need to escape our digital environment and get back to the basics of the wild and pure outdoors.
We’re now bringing this natural inspiration into our homes with vintage botanical drawings, pressed flowers and insects.
Natural materials and textures can also help to bridge the gap between our outdoor and indoor surroundings.

Farrow and Ball have recognised this trend and have teamed up with the Natural History Museum to create a Colour by Nature collection of 16 eco friendly paints drawn directly from the natural world.
 
You can easily add touches of this trend into your home with accessories and wall decor.
 
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For more Nature inspired home ideas visit our Pinterest Board
 

Nordic Calm

 

Nordic Calm trend
 
Scandi Chic has been a long term trend which sees no sign of disappearing, but there are new variations of this theme emerging.
Nordic interior influences introduce bold earthy colours such as peachy pinks, pale mochas and soft greens like Dulux’s Colour of the Year – Tranquil Dawn.
 
Adding tactile textures using wool, tweed and rattan will help to soften the clean lines to create a cosy and inviting scheme.
 
Nordic Calm inspired products
 
 
 

Retro Boho

 

Retro Boho trend
 
Art Deco style has been gaining popularity over the last 12 months, combined with other retro classics from other eras, it’s now taken on 21st century twists along the way so that anything goes.
Whether you choose reclaimed originals that ooze character or select modern reproductions, you can create a unique look that makes a real statement.
 
Bold, graphical patterns are an easy way to update your look and the stand out trend from Retro Chic this year is curved edges and patterns, so choose soft curved upholstery and carved wooden furniture.
Retro inspired products
 

Eco friendly and sustainable

 

Sustainable eco friendly trend

Thankfully we’re all becoming more environmentally conscious and one way we can contribute to lessening our impact on climate change is to consider where the materials for the furniture we invest in is sourced from. 

Many furniture collections are now being made from reclaimed and recycled materials.

Not only will you get a truly unique piece of furniture full of character and charm, but you’ll also get a nice warm glow knowing that you’re helping the planet. Happy days!

 
For ideas about how your can live more eco friendly & eco friendly home decor ideas visit our Eco Sustainable Pinterest Board
 

Refined Luxury

 

Refined Luxury trend
 
We’ve all fallen in love with luxury materials and textures because your home has to feel good as well as look good.
 
If you love the feel of marble and the softness of velvet, you’ll be glad to know that the Luxe trend is still highly fashionable and ever evolving.
 
This year we’re seeing pewter and smoked glass join the trend, fringing is still hanging on and indulgent pinks are still the colour of choice.
 

In-home bar

 

In home Bar trend
 
Staying in is the new going out, so if you’re inviting friends over on a regular basis you need the facilities to back up your host/hostess with the most/mostest claim.
 
A bar cart is a must to show off your array of beverages, especially when so many have such beautifully designed bottles and packaging, it would be crime to hide them away. Mix in pretty or retro glassware and it’s party time!
 
If laid back dining in rustic surroundings is more your thing then add a high bar table and bar chairs to your kitchen diner and you’ll be feeling those bistro vibes all night.
 
In home Bar trend products

 

Find more inspiration in-store!

 
 
Showroom display in Dudley store

 

We’ve been busy updating our room set displays to incorporate the new 2020 home trends so why not pop into one of our Furniture Stores Near You where our knowledgeable and friendly staff can help you pick the right furniture pieces and accessories for your design ideas.

From traditional classics to more contemporary looks, our stylised room settings allow you to see beautiful designs, feel the textures and visualise how your home will look. 

Alternatively, see our stunning range of furniture and accessories online now. 

 

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Out with the festive decor, in with the new interior trends for 2020 to inject some new life into your home, whether you love simple, sustainable or maximalist chic, there’s something for every taste this year.