Our Favorite Home Décor, Trends of the Year 2021

While the world of interiors had been dominated by minimalist designs during the 2010s, we experienced a return to more maximalist tendencies in 2020. The minimalism synonymous with Scandinavian style and midcentury modern design was side-stepped in favor of loud colors, in-your-face patterns, and sumptuous fabrics. Layering was key to nailing the maximalist look, proving that sometimes more is, well, more.

 If there’s one perfect moment to update your home, it’s at the start of a new decade. After 10 years of the same old, same old, now is the time to roll on one of the top paint colors, refresh the heart of your home with one of our favorite kitchen ideas, or simply add a new piece of art to your gallery wall. And if you want to make a serious statement this year, then try incorporating one of the hottest home décor trends of 2020.
To find the home ideas that are about to be everywhere, we went straight to our favorite interior design pros. From navy paint and floral wallpaper to colored cabinets and free-standing tubs, these are the 2020 home décor trends that experts can’t wait to see. Whether you love trends or will typically go to great lengths to avoid them, there are bound to be a few ideas on our list that you’ll adore (and will continue to adore into the next decade).

2020 was full of home decor inspired by nature, bringing back some touches of vintage, tons of texture and pattern, and all things warm and bright.

When it comes to the evolution of interior design, a lot has changed when it comes to more rigid, formal design practices. As now there are no set design traditions to follow. And instead of having a standard couch in your living room like everyone else does, why not be a bit more daring and different? Skip a classic couch and go for something more unusual, like bench seating, a mix of plus chairs facing one another, or a chaise or a settee.

You can never go wrong with black, so they say. And as the interior design trends 2020 are being revealed, our company have come to a conclusion that black is now taking over the world of interior design. From black furniture, black prints, black walls, finishes, and fixtures, black is pretty much all over the place.

Some may wonder why concrete has left the construction zone, yet 2020 will be the year it steps into many homes décor. Providing a crisp, clean look that’s easy to compliment Concrete isn’t just for countertops.
Geometric concrete tiles will become increasingly popular and pair two of next years hottest design trends into one stylish piece.