2020 Hottest Home Decor Trends

2020 Hottest Home Decor Trends


– Jenevieve Croall, Realtor
with Berkshire Hathaway and today I want to talk about the new top home
decor trends of 2020. You know, after 10 years
of the same old same old, now is the time to incorporate some of the hottest home decor trends. So, from navy paint and floral wallpaper to colored cabinets
and free-standing tubs, here are my picks for
2020 home decor trends that I know you will adore, just as I do. Number one, now is the time to roll on one of the top paint colors, navy blue. The 2020 Pantone Color of
the Year is Classic Blue. This color, I mean it’s totally
versatile and sophisticated. Navy blue provides the
perfect amount of contrast for interiors and exteriors
in both traditional and modern home styles. Whether a kitchen island gets
a quick upgrade or a room gets a dramatic new look with
contrasting white trim and woodwork, the shade
provides a stately look without going completely black. Okay, number two, floral wallpaper. Now if the thought of
flower-power wallpaper makes you flinch, then
2020 might just be the year for you to change your tune. Large scale, bold colors,
and even metallic versions are here to stay. Floral wallpaper is a
particularly good choice in powder bathrooms and foyers. Plus, there are tons of stick-on
options if you’re not ready to fully commit. Alright, number three, non-white kitchens. I mean, If there was one defining
design trend of the 2010s, it was the all-white kitchen. But in 2020, designers
predict there’ll be a shift toward spaces that go beyond just white. Expect to see color-pop cabinets. The trend in 2020 is to choose
one of several elements, like the kitchen island,
kitchen wall cabinets, or base cabinets in just
daring colors, like dark red, bright yellow, green,
or of course navy blue. Number four, olive trees. If 2019 was the year of the
dramatic fiddle leaf fig, yes I have one in my house,
then 2020 will be the year of the much subtler olive tree. Instead of blooming bright greens these trees are a more sophisticated sage. Number five, canopy beds. Now is the time to make all of your regal canopy bed dreams come true. Canopy beds no longer need
to be draped in heavy fabrics and chunky headboards. Instead, modern versions
made with acrylics, metal, or sleek un-upholstered
frames are making a comeback. Now whether you love trends
or maybe your the person that goes to great lengths to avoid them, let me know what you think of these hottest home
decor trends of 2020. And as always, if you or someone
you know have any questions about the Dallas Fort
Worth real estate market, just reach out to me, Jenevieve Croall. Bye for now. (quiet upbeat music)

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