Home design often is a matter of personal preference, so you don’t need to necessarily chase design trends. However, some interior design styles can fall out of favor and make your home look dated.
Also, if you are trying to interest people in buying your home in Park City, making some updates to your property to follow the 2020 home design trends can make a significant impact. So, to help you gain some inspiration and direction on what you may want to change, here are some of the top upcoming 2020 interior decorating trends.
Movement Toward Warmer Neutral Colors
Neutrals and pastels have reigned supreme for several years, but for 2020 home design trends, things are shifting towards a warmer palette. While neutrals are not likely to go away any time soon, rather than utilizing cool neutral colors, you may want to consider these colors:
- Light mauve
- Slate blue
- Dusky Green
Now, if you are planning on staging your home for sale, you may not want to go too wild with paint colors. However, you can incorporate these trends by adding appropriately colored staging furniture, decor, or painting an accent wall to bring in the warm neutral trend.
Touches Of Velvet For A Lux And Inviting Atmosphere
Along with the warmer tones that are being brought in for 2020, velvet is being more emphasized. The soft and inviting texture of velvet also brings a feeling of luxury, as the plush material welcomes you to come and make yourself comfortable.
Many homeowners have started incorporating velvet in their homes in the form of elegant couches and divans. However, you can go for more subtle touches of velvet. A velvety mid-century modern armchair is an excellent addition to a sitting room, as well as velvet pillows or throw to bring the trendy velvet into your interior design.
Greater Incorporation Of Geometric Patterns
Strong geometric shapes and patterns started making their way into the trending interior design styles in the last two years, but they have been primarily kept in bathrooms and kitchens. For 2020, you can take those geometric patterns and start incorporating them into the overall interior of your home.
We pulled a variety of examples of how geometric patterns are being brought out of the kitchen tile and into the rest of the home. From fun patterned wallpaper to unique pendant lights, you can really allow your imagination to fly free.
Mix Together Gold, Brass, And Bronze
While silver, platinum, and chrome have held sway over metal decor choices for almost a decade, the warmer metals are making a comeback! The style of mixed metals over the last couple of years have started to ease bronze, gold, and brass into decor trends, but now you can shift completely to decorating with these bright, warm-colored metals.
However, unlike past decades that utilized gold, brass, and bronze, the 2020 home design trend for these metals is more subtle. As you can see from the collage above, the incorporation of the metals come in small decor touches—a bronze display shelf, brass light fixtures, delicate gold wire tables, etc.
Combined with great lighting and other inviting design choices, your home will stand out to guests or potential buyers.
Push For Sustainable Decor
This last trend is less of a visible trend than—instead, the push toward sustainable decor and eco-friendly elements is more something to experience.
For instance, the incorporation of plants into decor schemes has been popular for a while, but now you can bring in recycled and sustainable materials to help cultivate a clear theme. Also, upcycled planters, hemp rugs, and adding in other sustainable features can also attract eco-friendly buyers to your property.
For more market-specific information regarding design trends in Park City and what a potential buyer may be looking for in your home, Jensen and Company can help.
As Brad Jensen has been a realtor in Park City for over three decades, he has seen all the popular trends, and he can advise you best on both the sale of homes in Park City or purchasing a home.