If there's one perfect moment to update your home, it's at the start of a new decade. We've looked into our crystal ball of furniture interior design trends to see which will be big in 2020.

We have gathered this year's top themes and schemes we have seen from interior designer's blog post, Pinterest, world renowned furniture brands newsletters for the pass few month. We've also added some tips and tricks to help you design and decorate with the trends you love.

1: Minimalism

Upgrading your living room to make it look modern minimalism is one of the major upcoming trends, simple plaster wall finish are part of classic neutrals. 

Plaster walls are great ideas for any space, from bedroom to an entryway. it's usually done in neutral colours, not only add texture but also easily fit any space from rustic to a vintage one, and it looks cool with both vintage and ultra modern furniture. What can be more universal and interesting?

Visualiser: Simon Upton


2: Modern Country

Modern country style of interior design is an idyllic classic. Stepping away from a purely traditional country design style; modern country allows for more playful and nuanced aspects along with minimal notes. 

Country style interior design is simple at heart – more depth is added as you modernise it, but it still maintains that simplicity that is a hallmark of the design style. A dedication to beautifully made furniture and accessories from natural materials, placed sparsely so each could be appreciated fully, make perfect in modern country style interior design. Choose natural hues and muted tones to keep a modern country home feeling warm and welcoming.

Visualiser: Dominic Blackmore


3: Blue is New Grey

we never thought it would happen but our love for grey has been pushed out by blue!

It felt like it was time for a blue. Pantone Colour of the Year 2020 just revealed that the 2020 colour is called Classic Blue, and it's just that: a classic blue. It's clean and elegant but it's also really uplifting and (in comparison to the last few years) a really easy colour to incorporate into your home.

Visualiser: Boca Do Lobo


4: Dual or Multi Coffee Table

Dual or Multi coffee table are big trend for living room 2020. Most designer suggest placing two tables side by side. Create the symmetry and pleasing design presence.

Or place two slightly different height or size to make it more playful approach. Staggered height create layers and visual interest.

Visualiser: Daytona Home


5: Nature Effortless Textile

Layer up comforting cushions, throws, knits and faux furs to make any space feel instantly inviting. This approach will see you through the winter and still light enough to see your home fashionably dressed ready for spring.

Laid back linen is the driving force behind the easy textile trend with the effortlessly elegant, loose-covered linen sofa being the main muse.

Relax textile also a big trend for bedroom too, linen bedding, loosely draped lightweight throw around end bed stool or chaise lounge.

Visualiser: Bernhardt


6: Creating More Socialable Spaces

Create lifestyle at home toward staying in rather thank going out and this has been reflected in our homes. We have increasingly looking to bars, restaurants and hotels for interiors inspiration to create a relax, smart bar like feel at home. Bar carts, cocktails chairs and plenty of neon signs indoors....

The Eichholtz trolleys have a distinct shape, offer a glamorous style and provides plenty of storage while taking up minimal space. It can be wheeled through the party and have cocktails ready for guests to take and it also has everything you'd need to make a new cocktail too.


Visualiser: Eichholtz