Top Interior Design Trends Slated to Be Hot in 2020

Can you believe it’s almost 2020? We just finished all of the spring and summer 2020 fashion shows, so it seems like it’s only right that we look into what next year holds in terms of home decor.

Island Retreat

The days of booking a summer island holiday to relax and enjoy yourself are over. You can have island retreat vibes in the comfort of your own home! Add some Santorini vibes to your bathroom with blue and white tiles or some spa-like designs like a rustic towel rack reminiscent of the island’s white-washed decor.

Modern Minimalism

Minimalism is a trend packed with fluid lines, simple decor, and a laid back approach. Each piece is carefully curated with the overall intention to be as practical and straightforward as possible.

The color palette tends to be restrained and somewhat neutral, made to ease the mind and help you feel more relaxed in your own space.

Contemporary Fireplaces

Fireplaces are always on trend as far as we’re concerned, but the latest inclinations show that people are interested in modern twists. The designs tend to focus both on the outdoor and indoor fireplaces, with sleek lines and subdued tones.


As you may have noticed, a lot of the interior design trends have been surrounded by tranquility and relaxation. Feel closer to nature with wall greenery or house plants. If you want to be super trendy, something green and sculptural that adds height and dimension to your living space should be on your list for 2020. Talk about potted bliss!


To talk about excellent interior design, we must consider good lighting. The neon trend hit both the runways and interior design. Think lamps by Areti exhibited in the Studio Pepe space or the beautiful installation by Aria Lighting in Ventura Centrale.

3D Surface

A lot of the 2020 trends introduce texture. Examples of surfaces with texture are the Mooi 3D wallpapers, Salvatori’s marble cladding, frosted or 3D-effect glass or wavy surfaces. These last ones, in particular, have been used a lot. We are particularly fond of the blue corrugated metal walls used by Masquespacio.


Photo via @buro511

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