3 top home décor trends for 2020
The UK has gone DIY crazy during the lockdown so it’s no surprise that the Internet is awash with plenty of fresh new ideas to give your home a makeover.
In this blog, we’ll be taking a look at some of the top home décor trends that don’t require a big budget or hours of hard work, but still yield some impressive results when looking to give your space an on-trend update.
As many furniture shops around the UK are still closed for business, people have been getting creative with the tired old items they have lying around in their shed and garages.
Using paint or a little varnish, getting creative with an old piece of furniture not only gives you something to do during lockdown, but also has benefits for the environment too as most discarded items of furniture often end up in skips or landfill.
If you’re not too keen on the idea of painting or varnishing something you’ve already got knocking around, our hairpin furniture featuring reclaimed wood can help you rock the reclaimed look this summer without you having to lift a finger.
Floating Feature walls
Who doesn’t want more storage in their homes? From kitchens to living areas, floating shelving is now being used to create a striking focal point in many properties across the UK and can help declutter surfaces at the same time.
Easy to install and cost-effective, arranging floating shelving allows you to get creative without having to spend all weekend on one project. Plus, they are excellent for showcasing new ornaments, house plants or favourite photos for a changeable look that you can tweak to suit whenever the mood takes you.
Showing your walls some love can really help update the look of your home without much work or financial outlay.
This year, warm pastel tones are the way to go, with rich creams, sages and tones with earthy undertones being the most in vogue hues. These shades complement pine and light oak wood tones beautifully, so if you’re a fan of the neutral look, then it’s easy to upgrade your décor with just a little effort.
For those who prefer a bolder look, cobalt blues and aubergine shades look great when used for dramatic effect and work well with rich oak wooden tones for a striking contrast that just screams opulence.