INDEPENDENT HMO, STUDENT AND HOUSE SHARE LETTING AGENTS WEST BRIDGFORD, NOTTINGHAM
We have researched the hottest trends of 2020 to make this year the best year for your property’s make-over. Here are the trends you need to know for this upcoming year…
We are all aware of the importance of sustainability and reducing our carbon footprint, and you can do exactly that with your property. We are becoming more conscious about the consequences of our actions and our responsibility to look after the planet we call home. Upcycling brings us some of the most stylish designs in fashion right now, with some of the highest-end designers and retailers partaking in the trend of upcycling. Crafting your own furniture and decor will spruce up your property while teaching you new skills. Why not turn an old ladder into a new bookshelf or a bike wheel into a clock?
2019 was known for the white wall. But now it is 2020 and it is time for colour and wallpaper to add texture, contrast, and ambience to your rooms. Wall colour that takes inspiration from nature, bold blues, greens, and reds and contrasting these colours with other patterns or fabrics will create a modern and personalised look to your home. Forest green colour contrasted with black and white monochrome, or grey walls decorated by colourful frames are some of the endless ways you can bring this 2020 trend into your home.
2020’s trend of texture is not exclusive to your property’s walls. Incorporating velvet, teddy and silk decor are ways you can bring texture into your home if you don’t like texture on the walls. Velvet is our fabric for bedding whereas teddy is our favourite fabric for furniture such as a sofa or armchair. A play on materials and texture is an easy trend to follow to modernise your home.
Designers have predicted 2020 to be all about the skies. Constellations, zodiac patterns, galaxies and planets are the inspiration for this 2020 interior trend. What better way to personalise your house than to take inspiration from your Zodiac sign? Pendants, crockery, lamps, crafts, and cushions are our suggestions for incorporating the night sky into your home.
Line art has seen a renaissance in modern homes, inspired by artists like Picasso and Matisse in the 20th century. Abstract faces, animals and bodies can be printed on pretty plates, glassware and illustrated cushions and rugs. One-line art is simplistic and effective, why not try 3 small canvases to add detail to your walls?