A new decade has just begun. This means new resolutions, new goals, and, of course, new trends in all industries. As the new ‘20s are coming, so are new interior design trends. Some of them are completely new ideas, others are concepts that are making comeback, but one thing is for sure: they all deserve the same level of attention. If you are planning on redecorating or putting together a new house this year, take a look at the four trends below, to get inspired and turn your house into an Instagram-worthy crib.
We all know what millennials are, and we all know what grandmas are, so what do you get when you put those two words together? The grandmillennial style is described as traditional décor with a twist. This means taking your grandma’s simple white couch, with a dust ruffle, if possible, and combining it with clean, contemporary décor, such as modern art, or microsement finishes on the walls.
What is so appealing about the grandmillennial style, is that you can combine almost anything new and old, to recreate it. The key is to keep things simple, but find a way to mix together elements of the last century, with contemporary ones. So, go pay grandma a visit and see if she lets you borrow that natural fiber rug she’s been keeping for years.
Ok, pale monochromatic rooms are out, but earthy tones, mixed together, are extremely in this year. An all-brown room may look too safe and lack personality, but if you combine it with some beige, yellows and olive green, you are in for a trendy makeover.
Since monochromatic pales were so in style for the past several years, we figured that many people may have already decorated their rooms that way, so to give it a modern look, you don’t need to change everything around. Paint one wall olive, or add in some ochre décor to turn the room around and breathe some fresh air into it.
Plants should not be considered a trend anymore, but rather a staple, because every year, they seem to be incorporated in more and more design styles. This year, the biophilic trend is all architects and interior designers talk about. This means finding ways to incorporate nature into your house. Be it with plants hanging around, or wooden tables with an unfinished look, you have hundreds of ways you can achieve this look.
Look for some oppdalskifer Oslo to give it a more modern aspect, and if you want to go all-in, design a living wall to top everything up. A living wall can turn any room form something basic, into something extraordinary, and will work wonders on your mental health.
The wallpaper trend seems to have slowly worked its way inside our house for the past several years, but we are certain that 2020 is the year where it will be all about wallpapers. Whether you choose to put in on just one wall, to make a statement, or decide to covert the entire room is some crazy-printed wallpaper, you are just as good. But remember to keep furniture toned down and monochromatic, to avoid crazy clashes and making the room look too small. An accent wall and oppdalskifer floors should be all you need.