TWC Has The Inside Track On 2020’s Biggest Home Trends

When you had all your Christmas decorations up indoors, it perhaps disguised the fact that your home décor could do with a revamp. Now that they’re down and your interior looks very bare, you may have come to the realisation that it’s behind the times.

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The beginning of a new decade seems an apt time to wipe the slate clean and freshen things up to mark a new era for the house, but what do you do?

Any makeover should leave you with a hip interior that’s bang in fashion. So, before you commence with the project, it’s important to know what’s set to be hot this year.

TWC has done the research into that for you and unearthed these Top 3 2020 home trends:

  1. The Colours of the Year are ‘Tranquil Dawn’ and ‘Classic Blue’

Changing colour scheme could completely transform things and there are two colours we’ll all be seeing a lot of over the next 12 months – ‘Tranquil Dawn’ and ‘Classic Blue’.

‘Tranquil Dawn’ was crowned 2020 Colour of the Year by Dulux, who describe it as “that colour that lies between the land and the sky on a misty morning”.

A pale greyish green, interiors experts feel that the calmness of the colour makes it well-suited to bedroom areas.

You could add a Tranquil Dawn throw on top of some pure white bedding or go for a two-tone wall where Tranquil Dawn is paired with something similarly soft.

As for ‘Classic Blue’, that got Pantone’s vote as Colour of the Year and according to them, is “a solid and dependable blue hue we can always rely on”.

Find a sofa or armchair in the Classic Blue colour and use it as a statement piece, or just stick to smaller accessories like cushions.  

  1. Unconventional shaped mirrors

A few mirrors always come in handy when you want to check yourself out at home. It’s also common knowledge that when positioned in the right locations, mirrors can make your interior feel larger than it is.

Householders won’t be buying your normal round or rectangular mirrors in 2020. Instead, they will be opting for mirrors in unconventional shapes i.e. hexagonal, octagonal and polygonal.

  1. Old furniture is making a comeback

Sustainability will be a big thing in 2020 as we all try to be more environmentally conscious and making use of old furniture is a great way of putting the health of the planet first.

One of your older relatives might have an old sideboard or bureau that you can inherit and touch up and restore, or you could visit the local second-hand shop and see if they have any old furniture you can give a new life.


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