Leading Australian designers have unveiled the interior trends that will be back in 2020.
This year, stylish houses were fitted with brass fixtures and accessories, living spaces decorated in neutral tones and striking palm prints.
The experts said, however, that, along with others, they used & # 39; too much and trendy & # 39; become an advanced atmosphere.
They explain why designers have switched and reveal some of the latest trends that are expected to be huge in the coming year.
Interior decorators have said that brass fixtures, fittings and accessories must be retired by 2020
1. No more brass
Metal accents in the house have had a strong appearance in recent years – and 2019 was no different.
Although this year brass was large in fixtures, fittings and accessories, it is no longer a metal that is considered electricity.
Interior designer Kendall Wilkinson said the problem was that brass is now & # 39; trendy as opposed to specially & # 39; to the touch.
& # 39; We feel it is time to make room for something new, & # 39; she said Domain.
2. Palms are now passé
A permanent trend in recent years is green in the form of countless pot plants.
The look was taken even further in 2019 with furniture with a tropical palm print, something to see on bedding, wallpaper and upholstery.
Alessandra Wood, an interior expert at Modsy, said that although she loved palm prints, she lost her appeal.
Palm prints were seen everywhere in 2019, something that let the look pass through the eyes of leading designers
3. Stay away from neutral colors
Minimalism, in various forms, has been enormous over the past five years, a look that extends to decorating spaces in completely neutral tones.
Although Maggie Griffin from Maggie Griffin Design said that & # 39; clean color palette & # 39; is always a great starting point, pattern, color and texture are a must.
& # 39; I hope for more colors, more patterns, and more daring choices, & she said the publication.
If you want to decorate using neutral colors, make sure you add clear hues and create interest through texture
4. Move over millennial pink
Millennial pink, a soft tint, hatched the waves of interior design trends in 2015 for the first time.
Since then, however, it has endured, designers have said it has had its day and it is now well done.
If you are a fan of pink, consider adding it to the house in the hot new hue of 2020: watermelon.
Stacy Garcia from Stacy Garcia Inc. said that the brighter colors combine well with shades of clay or terracotta.
What are the top five interior trends for 2020?
The leading Australian interior architect Darren Palmer (photo) has revealed the top trends for 2020
According to Darren Palmer of The Block, 2020 is the year in which houses are exposed to bricks, mosaic tiles and woven furniture.
1. Mosaic tiles: Darren & # 39; s recommendation is to use mosaic tiles as a back wall behind the sink in the bathroom or kitchen, or to create a small statement function in the middle of a wall.
2. Rattan furniture: Rattan sofas, headboards and lamp stands are a stylish addition to modern living spaces, especially in combination with clean, straight lines and monochrome color schemes.
3. Exposed brick: If you are attracted to a striking wall, make sure you choose the visible brick. The color of the stones fits well with soft green such as mint.
4. Textured seats and accessories: Darren said there has recently been a new focus on tactility and texture – which translates into furniture with unusual textures. From rough Berber carpets to ground velvet chairs.
Source: Darren Palmer via Daily Mail Australia
5. Give accent walls a rest
A striking wall was once regarded as the height of the interior style, but it is now looking good and real.
Nina Magon of Contour Interior Design said the accent wall once added a hint of color or drama, but walls with this look now look & # 39; unfinished and non-coherent & # 39 ;.
She said that modern trends see the use of wallcovering in a room or that all walls, including the upholstery, have the same color.
& # 39; This will create a much better impact by creating a coherent and balanced background for furniture and decor & she said.
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