Five interior trends to incorporate into your home in 2020
With the new year comes new resolutions, and that doesn’t only include burning off those calories we’ve consumed during the holiday. As 2020, fast approaches, new design trends appear on the horizon and with them comes the perfect opportunity for a house revamp. As fashion changes with the new season, so do decor trends that are always evolving, tempting us to continuously update our interior. This year, modern home fashion brand, aura, is here to get you prepared for the new year providing the latest interior design trends for 2020 from its latest FW19 collection.
1. The colour palette we all needed
The colour palette for the season has been set, showing burnt orange, vivid blues (or Classic Blue, as Pantone has announced will be the colour of 2020), and hot velvets. As much as this might not sound like everyone’s cup of tea, these colours are this year’s perfect blend of luxury and comfort. However, neutrals are not a thing of the past. Neutral colours will be in once again this upcoming year, and no, they are never too plain. To follow this year’s colour trend, why not go with aura’s neutral cream Sofa paired with black and white satin cushions, and a beautiful white marble metallic centre-table for a luxury yet a simple feel of the aesthetic?
2. For the love of marble
Marble will make a modern comeback this upcoming year. Traditionally confined to bathroom or kitchen interiors, marble has had a modern reboot and will this year come with a twist, focusing on small doses and accent pieces rather than big pieces that’ll overwhelm the eye. Within its FW19 collection, aura provides a wide range of marble pieces from dining tables, coffee tables, down to cutlery sets, and vases.
3. Metals are not going anywhere
2020 is going to be the year of metallics. We’re not talking single tone metal sheen; this trend encourages instead a dazzling mix of complementary tones from both warm and cool sides of the spectrum. Try combining one of aura’s modern marble dining tables with golden wired metallic chairs whilst using contrasting cutlery set in silver as well as dining ware with silver trims in order to add charm and texture.
4. Take a trip down the curvy lane
Furniture with curved shapes and rounded corners can be seen used in modern interiors for a retro and a sophisticated feel. We can see that arches, curved edges, and wavy design accessories are very present within aura’s fall/winter collection. When it comes to this type of design, aim towards side chairs or single-seated sofas such as aura’s peach side-chair beside the cream white sofa for a finessed look.