7 Home Design Trends You Can Expect to See in 2020

The beginning of a new year is an exciting time for change. If you have been thinking about remodeling a room or two in your home, you won’t to miss the exciting trends coming in 2020. 

1. Modern Brass Finishes

Brass finishes are a great way to add luxe into your life. Brushed brass has a romantic feel and a subtle glamour that stuns against natural stone. You can expect to see brass faucets, light fixtures, and decor. Even as a small accent, like the frame of a mirror or the base of a sconce, brushed brass makes a major impact.

2. Faux Marble Counter Tops 

All though real marble is the most beautiful to use in kitchens, people are opting for faux marble counter tops. It’s a great way to imitate the natural and pristine look of marble without having to spend money on real quarried stone. Faux marble counter-top’s also offer zero upkeep. 

3. Sleek Navy Cabinetry

Crown molding on the tops of the upper cabinets is becoming a trend of the past. More people are opting for sleek cabinets that come with a cleaner look that isn’t too decorative up at the top. Sleek cabinet doors can help give more storage space to cabinetry because you don’t have to worry about giving an interior shelf to the molding.

Why navy? You may ask. Pantone, the global authority for color communication and inspiration since 1963, announced the 2020 color of the year to be classic blue. So it’s no surprise that navy, a darker shade of classic blue, is going to be a popular paint choice in the new year. Navy also blends beautifully with marble and brass.

4. Colorful Kitchen Tile

A back splash is the best place to add a pop of color into a kitchen design without doing a full kitchen renovation. As people are starting to take more of a risk with color, adding vibrant kitchen tile behind your sink or stove area would be the perfect way to add an unexpected pop of color to your home. 

5. Double Islands

Expanding a kitchen’s function and maintaining traffic flow, double islands in the kitchen are an integral feature. It’s a convenient way to divide the area between meal preparation and serving or gathering. What’s not to love about added storage and counter space? 

6. Integrated Lighting

You won’t need to attach a selfie ring light to your phone anymore to get the perfect photo. Let your bathroom lighting emit from within the mirror with integrated lighting. Integrated lighting includes a built in LED or halogen lamp for light source optimization.

7. Partially Tiled Bathroom Walls

Rather than tiling an entire wall or just the wet areas, like the shower, bring the tile half, or three-forth’s way up a wall to add an unexpected design element. This can also create a ledge or shelf for bathroom accessories and necessities.

 

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