The latest home décor trends are skewing toward the earthy and eclectic. Jungle motifs, bohemian styles, and hand-crafted accents are sure to make major waves in 2020.
Keep reading to see 5 of 2020’s hot trends in home décor, plus easy ways to get the looks …
Earthy Bohemian Accents
Bohemian-inspired style is one of our favorite home décor trends. No-fuss combinations of materials, finishes, and silhouettes create an interior design look that’s both eclectic and serene, with an emphasis on sustainably-sourced and natural materials.
Use all-natural materials such as rattan, wicker, bamboo, or reclaimed wood to make a down-to-earth statement in any space. This eye-catching cabinet features an intricate pattern of swirls and curls, and boasts a sustainably-sourced rattan frame.
We love the grainy, reclaimed look of this wooden coffee table. The natural wooden tabletop contrasts handsomely with the black hairpin legs, and the organic-industrial fusion of styles means this piece can live comfortably in nearly any living space.
Jungle Cat Motifs
An exotic twist on animal-inspired home décor, jungle is of the year’s most wildly popular . Instead of cowhide, faux fur, and black-and-white nature photography, we’re seeing bold decorative accents inspired by the jungles of India and Africa.
Wall art remains one of the easiest and most versatile ways to incorporate new decorating trends, and that means it’s perfect for adding this exotic design style to your space. Look for abstract and whimsical art styles, rather than ultra-realistic portraits or minimalist photography.
Avant-garde prints can be incorporated on the bed or sofa just as easily as on the walls. Look for cushions with bold animal prints or images to add the jungle trend to your pillowscape.
Area rugs provide another perfect opportunity to incorporate new interior design trends. Go bold with a colorful pop-art-inspired design, or keep the look a little more subtle with neutral colors and traditional spots and stripes.
Menswear Inspired Designs
To get this trending look, simply turn to a men’s fashion magazine. Tailored designs, wearable materials such as linen and leather, and classic menswear patterns are the signature design elements of this up-and-coming décor style.
Take a hint from your closet and look for accessories with decorative buttons or toggles. Buttons and other clothing fasteners are an obvious nod to the sartorial, and also provide texture and visual interest.
To incorporate this trend through textiles and upholstery, look for materials that work as well on the street as they do in the home. Fabrics such as suede, leather, linen, and cotton are ultra-versatile in any room, and will never go out of style.
To add color and pattern to your menswear-inspired space, look for traditional prints such as plaid, pinstripes, or gingham. These classic interior design patterns are staples in homes and haberdasheries alike, making them perfect for achieving the look.
We predict that the “thoughtfully imperfect” look will be one of the most popular design styles 2020. Get this eclectic style in your own home by incorporating wooden, ceramic, or woven accessories with a hand-crafted look.
Hand-painted terra cotta and lumpy-chic ceramics are some of the key players in this artisanal trend. Asymmetrical designs, imprecise detailing, and small chips or cracks are perfect for achieving this perfectly imperfect look.
Woven accents are another great way to incorporate the handmade look. Look for chunky weaves, eclectic patterns, and random textural details such as tassels or fringe to get your space back down-to-earth.
Flowers & Plant Life
Another home décor trend that’s taking over is the use of dried flowers, houseplants, and floral patterns. Not only does plant life add color and vibrancy, but floral arrangements and potted plants are also ideal for infusing a space with natural beauty and earthy charm.
Instead of handsome rose bouquets or exotic potted orchids, we’re seeing florals with a more down-to-earth look. Dried flowers and grasses, bouquets of native wildflowers, and delicate herbal motifs can help add this au naturel style to your space.
Take advantage of your entire space by hanging plants above eye level. Hanging planters draw the eye upward, making the ceiling look taller. Choose long-tendrilled climbing plants such as pothos, philodendron, or ivy to add even more dimension.
If you’re drawn to these décor trends, Hayneedle has everything you need to get the look in your own home. Shop rugs, wall décor, light fixtures, and accent furniture to create a look you’ll love in any space.