Top 7 Must-See Interior Design Ideas (2020) – Interior Design Trends of 2020

February 28, 2020
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  1. Biophilic Design
  2. Multifunctional Spaces.
  3. Minimalist design
  4. Home Office
  5. Multifunctional Furnitures
  6. Vintage Accents
  7. High Contrast Decor

Whether you just found your perfect home or you are looking to renovate your current, interior design is a bold step that can make or break your living space. The beauty of good interior design is in its ability to morph, adapt, and incorporate influences that enhance style and function. Choosing a good interior design out of the multitudes made available through the internet and catalogues can be overwhelming though. That is why we have brought to you 7 of our best 2020 interior design ideas you can use to transform your house to a paradise.

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1. Biophilic Design

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Biophilic design is an interior design trend that incorporates natural elements (materials, light, vegetation) into modern built environments. Biophilic interiors are spaces that reconnects us with nature. Designs that connects us to nature have proven to inspire us, boost our productivity and even contribute to a stronger sense of wellbeing. They can reduce stress, enhance creativity and clarity of thought and expedite healing. So how does it look in design?

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Direct implementation of biophilic design includes:

  • use of natural light across your living space
  • incorporating water through fountains
  • including indoor plants, living walls, indoor gardens

Indirect implementation of biophilic design includes:

  • use of natural materials (preferably recycled) like stone, wood, metals
  • selecting colours that are found in nature
  • using images of nature in decorating your home

2. Multifuntional Spaces

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With the ever-increasing need (especially in 2020) for families and individuals to work remotely and learn at home, multifunctional spaces have become one of the most relevant interior design trends in recent times. A doubling up of space and functionality is the answer many seek to meet this increasing need.

Bedrooms doubling as offices. Kitchen with islands becoming both dining and workstation so people can cook, eat, socialize and work all at the same time. These areas eliminate the need for whole separate rooms since it cuts out the need for another whole separate room.

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3. Minimalist Interior Design

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Minimalism is about keeping a space simple, uncluttered and accentuating the architectural features of a space. “Less is more” and “everything needs a place for a reason” are the concepts that comes to mind when thinking about minimalism.

It’s impossible to deny the simple beauty, feeling of freedom and serenity that comes with minimalistic interior design. It is a fool-proof route to creating a warm nuanced home that’s worth the investment and certain not to go out of style thanks to its practical, well-judged approach.

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4. Home office

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With an increase in need for remote work, creating a workspace that is both productive and functional in your home is one of the best interior design choices you can make. A dedicated workspace in your home helps set aside household distractions and help you focus on work. The best of home offices also helps inspire productivity in addition to looking beautiful.

Think: ample natural light, uncluttered surfaces, rejuvenating colours and furniture that is actually comfortable to work on. These are few of the comforts that comes with a home office.

If limited space or room is a worry you have, you can easily use our multi-functionality tip. Guest rooms, a bedroom area, even closets can double as offices. A small floating shelf, a mini secretary desk etc. are some space smart solutions that help anchor a space for work.

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5. Multifunctional Furnitures

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Quality multifunctional furniture is versatile in its ability to adapt to many situations. Modular, reconfigurable elements in the home provides freedom to arrange your decors at will.

Many of these furnitures are not only ingenious in their functionality but also very stylish. They also save you space, money and make sure you have everything you need right there in the space you have.

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6. Vintage accents

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What goes around comes around — especially when it comes to home interior decor trends. One of such trends is the usage of vintage and traditional detailing — things like spooled legs, spindles, and other things like they were used in furnishings from the 1800s and early 1900s. These vintage furnishings don’t just make your home unique; they also give the nostalgic feeling of the past century’s glamour.

Vintage home décor finds its utmost appeal in mixing and matchings looks, styles and statement pieces.

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7. High-Contrast Decor

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Design is departing from matching elements that offer subtle and neutral looks. Instead, we are seeing a moment for high contrast design in the form of colours, materials, and styles.

The secret is to lean into moderation by contrasting with solid, timeless choices for balance. If you really want to nail your high-contrast décor, try adding pieces that feel distinctively different from the next. Juxtaposing bright whites with dark greys, rich blacks and deep jewel tones are few examples of high-contrast home décor. It adds depth to your home, creates balance and makes an impact on sight.

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That is it for now, 7 of the best 2020 interior design ideas you can use to transform your house into a paradise. Please leave a comment in its section below in case there’s something you’ll like to add. We love to hear from you. Also check out our other exclusive real estate oriented blog articles that offers priceless value.

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