Top Home Decor Trends for UK Homes in 2020

Top Home Decor Trends for UK Homes in 2020
Top Home Decor Trends for UK Homes in 2020

Decorating your home should be an exciting and entertaining affair. Furthermore, it should reflect your tastes and comforts. Are your likes and dislikes evolving? Or maybe are you just tired of looking at the same old stuff and need a fresher outlook.

All in all, we are here to help, so take a look at the home design trends that will be big in 2020.

1. Natural materials

Rattan and wicker are having a resurgence in 2020. This 70’s era brand is all the rage for the brits today.

A quick look at home decor retailers like La Redoute, Homesense, and Dunelm. And you are bound to find a variety of furniture that could more than make your home the ecofriendly domicile that you are envisioning.

These materials would be an excellent fit for the slow and simple life trend. Pair them with a simple color palette of whites and light browns to complete the look. The natural materials could be anything from rattan, plywood, jute, sisal, hemp, and terracotta.

Raw wooden surfaces on the other parts of the house, including kitchen cabinets, could also complete the look.

2. Floral fabrics and wallpaper

Floral is also making a comeback. We are not talking about the big flower prints of old, however. Simple and small prints are the way to go. Light colours and blues are in, and dark motifs are out. Pineapple patterns are so 2019.

This trend is very much about gentle and nostalgic feelings and not the brash patterns of yesteryears.

Floral wallpaper is nothing new; it’s been around for years. It does tend to look tacky and stale after a while, but this resurgent trend is more of a modern update to the classic designs.

Pair it with floral print furniture if you are brave or just pure colors and whites if you are more conservative. The blended finish will do wonders for your home.

3. Abstract art and geometric patterns

The modern décor has minimalism engraved into its DNA. With generation Z, this trend is also a part of the new culture, so expect it to flourish in 2020.

Expect an eclectic mix of abstract colours on top of robust designs to finish of the look.

Sturdy statement furniture is at the core of this trend. Use bold, deep, and block colours when choosing your pieces to complete it all.

4. Curved furniture

Curved furniture is also on the horizon in 2020. The traditional timeless piece has a way of enveloping the coziness of the room if done correctly. Solid deep colours and velvet or leather finishing will complete the look.

Classic focus on lines and curves will make the trend resonate with a throw back era that’s attractive to many.

Find a curved pure velvet sofa and you will have a signature piece for you home décor.

Imagine a curved table and chairs which can be used to complete an abstract décor. Combine the two and you have quite the unique pairing.

5. Concealed Kitchens and cabinets

The minimalist décor trend is also going to resurge in 2020 with its simple primary colours and edgy pieces. Imagine completing this look with a concealed kitchen. With living spaces getting smaller, classic aspects of this include the bed in the wall.

However it is getting more and more enhanced with hidden kitchens and cabinets.

Items that were once found clattered in the kitchen are like kettles, plug sockets, knife blocks, even taps and sinks. Are now hidden from unsuspecting eyes to create more work spaces and complete the minimalist look.