Spring has officially sprung and it will soon be the Summer months, so we thought it was a great time to consider new interior trends that will be taking over the home decor stores. And what better way to bring in these new trends than to take a peek at what the top celebrity home decorators are raving about right now! Here are 4 new trends we are loving and will be implementing in our own styling...
Abstract art is one of those items that are pretty subjective, and personal to you. However, abstract art has become a big trend in 2020 due to how modern and chic it is. The trick towards abstract art is having it displayed throughout the room in multiple different versions, from having it hung on your walls, to displaying it on throw pillows and even lamps. Focus on unique art to ensure you get the most out of the room overall.
When it comes to the shape of your furniture, you no longer want to consider straight lines that feel heavy, instead, you want to bring in curved pieces. As more designers begin embracing this decorating style it is becoming more common to come across. Consider using curvy pieces that have a distinctive shape to them, like our Chesterfield style WINDSOR SOFA. You want these pieces to look and feel classic so they can withstand any decorating style.
Rattan is the new crushed velvet for 2020, making it perfect for Spring/Summer decor. Besides, who doesn’t love the look and feel of a holiday? Rattan furniture tends to have that charming element where everything feels like it belongs on an island. It's easy on the eye and makes everything come to life seamlessly. Rattan is also typically neutral so pairing it with other decorative elements is easy.
Metallic finishes have been on trend for quite some time now, however this year there is a particular focus on brass. Brass is a brighter type of metallic meaning it will easily finish off the look of any area,.Furthermore, using brass is the perfect excuse when you want to upgrade a room without having to go overboard with your décor.
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Cleaning is not what weekend dreams are made of. Especially if your weekdays are full of work and other obligational activities, your weekend should be spent enjoying your time, relaxing in your home, not fussing over it. So here is a day-by-day routine that leaves your house ready to embrace by the time Friday evening rolls around...