You'll Be Seeing These Bedroom Decorating Trends Everywhere in 2020
In case you were living under a rock you'd know that there's only roughly one month left of 2019, and as much as we enjoyed all the décor trends that reigned supreme this year (we're looking at you rust ceramics and rattan chairs), we're well and truly excited about what the new year has to hold for us interior obsessives. We've already given our predictions for the paint colours that will dominate and the decorating trends that will blow up next year, but we've now turned our attention to the bedroom. More than any other space, it's important that you give thought to how your bedroom looks and feels so that you have a relaxing place to unwind and re-energise at the end of the day. Here are our top bedroom decorating trends to keep an eye out for in 2020.
We've loved watching the evolution of interior design over the past few years and the move towards more rich, saturated tones when decorating. On the back of our newly-released hues Ruby and Petrol, we're predicting that pairing two or more complementary colours together will be a strong look for 2020. The result is vibrant, energising and completely unique.
We've been on a bit of a detoxifying spree lately, and we've even put together a list of ways to keep your bedroom free of chemicals and other nasties here. Moving into the new year and bringing along our sustainable approach to living, making environmentally-friendly choices when it comes to furniture, bed linen and other textiles will leave you feeling fresh and your conscience clean.
Décor aficionados like ourselves with have noticed that European tones, textures and shapes have made their way into every homewares boutique across the country. From terracotta tiles to Grecian busts, it's entirely possible to make your bedroom feel like a Positano villa. Our brand new Objet Aimée ceramic collection embodies this feminine, curvy trend perfectly and makes for the perfect holiday gift (hint, hint).
The combination of our Rust sheets and Terracotta duvet cover is the perfect way to replicate this trending look. Inspired by the Californian desert where cacti run wild and sunsets are unforgettable, warm tones are key to achieving the vibe. Add in some dried pampas grass, a wall hanging and a textured rug to complete the look.