The Interior Design Trends of 2020

The Interior Design Trends of 2020 2024

Promising to bring a wonderland of warmth into our homes, the interior design trends of 2020 are set to offer limitless luxury. From bold shades of ochre, terracotta and burnt orange, natural materials and textures echoing intimate outdoor environments, and an unlikely mixture of striking design and shapes creating a clash of eclectic glamour, the new year brings an impressive collection of chic possibilities. Read on to discover the Interior Design Trends for 2020.

Colour Palette

Aligning technology with nature, 2020’s forecasted colour of the year has been announced as ‘Neo Mint’. Predicted through the observation of current affairs from the rise of climate change, to street fashion and social media trends, the gender-neutral colour has a stylish futuristic approach whilst remaining youthful and fresh. Seen amongst ‘Neo Mint’, are bold rusty oranges, earthy olives, cool teals, as well as buttery tans, jewel purples and infinite mustard tones. Pair colours together for an unforgettable collision of shades or use a singular pantone for a bold statement.

2020 Colour Palette


Taken from the great outdoors, Scandinavian interior design defines minimal yet sophisticated style continuously incorporating natural elements such as shearling, an abundance of timber species and ample indoor plants and shrubs. Leather and bouclé are amongst the interior design trends of 2020, creating a cosy yet refined abode. Incorporating multiple textures into a space can easily amplify atmosphere and redefine a room. Below are examples of various textures echoing outdoor environments, the first picture presents an impressive light fixture replicating acorns.

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Eclectic Glamour

This year’s trend encourages you to be experimental with your home! With the clash of daring patterns, adventurous colours and numerous textures, 2020 insists you walk on the wild side. Minimalism is still very much current, but maximalism is overtaking. We expect vibrate colours, striking centrepieces, an unlikely mixture of textures and shapes. Enhance your space with unusual wallpaper, or exclusive décor pieces from candle holders, or colourful furniture.

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