7 Interior Design Trends You'll Fall In Love With

Interior design and fashion have one big thing in common: trends are always changing.

However, some interior trends can be timeless.

We want to help design your home in a way that will be relevant for many years to come.

Let’s look at five inspiring interior design trends 2020 that will help spruce up your interior and make you want to redecorate your home right away!

#1 Classic Blue

Navy blue is a timeless (and regal) color that is growing in popularity. Naval SW 6244 is Sherwin-Williams'color of the year for 2020

Choose to make a statement by painting a wall or picking the tile to be Navy while keeping the rest of the space in neutral. When making a statement, go with pops of colors that contrast with deep navy blue. Consider a copper Poppy Flower Wall Art for the perfect artistic complementary color contrast.

If you prefer keeping it light and airy, consider adding pops of blue with an area rug and pillows with soft wood tones and lighter foundations of white and grey. Try the Cascade Blue Reign Rug

Take a look at our inspiration board, perhaps this might inspire you!

#2 Minimalist Living is In

Navy Blue might not be your thing. Let’s be honest, it might not be everyone’s favorite.

Don’t be discouraged because we still have a lot more to show you.

Minimalist living is an ancient practice.

For millennia, people have found it as a way to reduce stress, focus on what’s important, and appreciate what they have rather than what they want.

When choosing a minimalist living design like this Teak Grooves Sideboard, remember this mantra: less is more, clean décor.

Minimalist living rarely uses more than two colors and ensures everything in the room serves a purpose. The minimalist lifestyle will not only help declutter your home but it will also contribute to lessening any unnecessary expenses and freeing your financial burdens.

A minimalist kitchen will encourage both you and your family to create nutritious meals while spending more quality time together. This Luna Counter Stool complements the modern feel and adds comfort geared for great entertaining.

While a minimalist bedroom can offer many physical and mental health benefits including less dust, fewer allergens, and a more peaceful resting environment.

More importantly, there will be much fewer things to clean! Try this Oak Spindle Bed with the Oak Spindle Nightstands for a minimalist modern approach.

#3 Mid Century Modern Renaissance

The mid-century modern renaissance is here, and it’s not going away anytime soon.

Mid-century modern homes exploded onto the scene after World War II.

Their architectural durability has allowed mid-century modern homes to remain relevant through multiple generations.

The Mid-century modern style includes the following characteristics:

  • Functionality and durability as an important feature

  • A classic and timeless look

  • Clean and minimal ornamentation

  • A mixture of traditional and modern contrasting materials

Mid-century modern design is streamlined and grounded in neutral tones. A mid-century modern color palette can include sage, orange, brown, sunshine yellow, turquoise, and other primary colors.

In today’s use, mid-century modern style is commonly associated with furniture that is made of natural and sustainable wood, mixed with other materials like marble, metal, glass, vinyl, velvet, etc.

This natural oak Nexus dining table paired with the updated classic Windsor black oak dining chair leverages mid-century modern sensibility into a casual modern farmhouse dining space to give it a timeless clean look.

#4 Sustainable is the New Black

Speaking of sustainable wood, sustainability in it of itself is a trend worth considering.

This trend puts less focus on flashy aesthetics and more focused on the bones of the home.

Resourcing to sustainable materials means adding more quality and care into the place you call home.

  • When considering a sustainable interior, there are a few things you should keep in mind: Purchasing energy-efficient appliances will help reduce your energy bill. You will also receive a rebate.... if it meets energy efficiency requirements.

  • Choosing WaterSense, high-efficiency toilets will help conserve your water usage to meet the City of San Diego's year-round permanent water restrictions. If you live in Rancho Santa Fe, California's top water hog, the penalties are costly for not taking all measures to reduce water intake.

  • Locally built and sourced furniture to reduce the environmental cost of shipping, plus it's cool to support local businesses!

  • Look for reclaimed and recycled materials and FSC certified sustainable wood when possible, like this Silhouette Outdoor Sofa.