Interior design trends evolve over the years. Some are timeless, some are tacky, and some are in-between. Luckily, most of the trends we are expecting to see in 2020 are chic and tasteful, and they are unlikely to go out of style anytime soon.
If you’re asking yourself where these interior design trends come from in the first place, they’re very much influenced by the world of fashion. Trends such as materials, colors, finishes, and textiles rely on fashion trends that have trickled down from the fashion capital of the world – Milan.
This eBook covers the most popular interior design trends we’ll be seeing in 2020:
- Color trends
- Kitchen trends
- Bathroom trends
- Lighting trends
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Recent interior design trends borrow and reinvent trends from past decades. From mid-century modern to art deco to industrial design, we get to mix and match trends that made a big statement in their glory days.
Here are some of the most popular interior design trends since the start of the 20th century.
1900s: Height of the Art Nouveau movement. Focus on artisan work, romantic and folk decor, and different forms of nature.
1910s: Start of the Art Deco trend. Focus on ornate/elaborate pieces, heavy furniture, and a combination of different materials.
1920s: Birth of Bauhaus. Focus on combining form and function, minimal detail in the architecture, use of bold and primary colors.
1930s: Appearance of industrial (or streamline moderne) style. Focus on streamlined decor, clean lines and materials such as concrete, steel and glass.
1940s: Debut of the beloved mid-century modern design. Focus on natural materials, neutrals, simple lines. In essence, a style that encompasses the “less is more” motto.
1950s: Introduction of Scandinavian style. Focus on minimalism, form and function, natural materials and textiles, and clean lines.
1960s: Design styles that were inspired by the Space Age. Focus on unexpected splashes of color, unusual shapes, plastic materials.
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