Home Décor Looks We Love
We are excited to share home décor looks we love for 2020! Check out our list of interior decorating looks from Elle Decor. Whether you’re looking to spruce up your space or are interested in checking out some of the most popular looks to come, keep reading for more.
The time is over to play it safe with pale monochromatic rooms. Pick your favorite colors and don’t be scared to run with them boldly this year. Whether you gravitate toward a blue like Pantone’s Color of the Year or a deep green, the choice is all yours. A bold black and white contrast is a look that will always stand the test of time, but don’t be afraid to use color in 2020.
These are all the rage right now for good reason. Performance fabrics are fabrics that are easy to clean and can handle the wear and tear of everyday life no matter who you’re hosting in your home. Interior spaces should match your family’s lifestyle and not the other way around. This option is great for couches so every room is fully livable.
Layer Old and New
This is a great way to show your personality through your home. Don’t feel like you must tuck away family trinkets that have been passed from generation to generation because they may look outdated. These are the pieces that will help tell the story of where you come from and where you’re going. Mix pieces from past travels with your favorite current pieces as conversation starters in your home. No one’s home should feel so stuffy that themselves or their guests are not comfortable.
Use Real plants
There are lots of benefits to having real plants in your home that we mention in our Guide to Decorating with House Plants. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing, but they have lots of health benefits too. Make sure you have a plan for taking care of them so they don’t wilt away and have the opposite effect in your home.
Why waste space if you don’t have to? This is a lease-friendly tip that maximizes the functionality of your home. This can be done by adding an office space in the guest room that only gets used twice a year. Another option is buying a room divider to separate a space for dual purposes. If your family needs another space, think of how you can implement it in an unused part of the home.
We hope that you love these home décor looks for 2020 as much as we do! Check out our Timeless Design Trends for more inspiration to bring to your home.