If there is one way to describe the interior design trends we will see more of in 2020, it’s "ANYTHING GOES". While signature the looks of 2019 and the early aughts like accent walls and all-white kitchens won’t be going away entirely, they will certainly evolve in the upcoming years. Tired of seeing the same styles over and over again? So is everyone else.Those into crafting, DIY design, or commissioning custom pieces, will likely have lots of projects to take on in the New Year. People are designing their homes to reflect their personalities and creating spaces that tell their story. What makes you truly happy is more important than what you see in magazines or on social media, says Christiana Coop, who is the co-founder of Hygge & West explains that uniqueness should reflect individuality.
There has been an emphasis on developing a personal style. So, whether it’s a renovation or simply purchasing furniture that they really love, consumers are thinking more long-term than they have in the past.
Along these lines, sustainability has become increasingly more important. As society gravitates towards more eco-friendly lifestyles, people are more ecologically conscious and knowledgeable than ever before. This is being reflected in an overall design sensibility as well as a desire to bring warm, earthy elements to a space.