27 Feb 5 Easy Décor Trends to Spruce Up Your Home
Although there might still be snow on the ground, it’s time to start thinking about spring. Regardless of whether the groundhog did or didn’t see his shadow, warmer days must be just around the corner.
Spring is a time for new starts, especially in our homes. As warm weather moves in, it’s a great time to update our décor. It might just be some new throw pillows, or you might be thinking about a total kitchen makeover. Whatever décor upgrades you’re planning this spring, keep these five trends in mind.
Tip #1 – Think vintage
One of the big trends for 2020 is incorporating vintage pieces with more modern items. Look for statement pieces like a table with spooled legs or spindles on the back of a chair. Pair these pieces with modern colors and textures to create an up-to-date room that pays homage to the past.
Tip #2 – Embrace Navy Blue
The Pantone Color of the Year for 2020 is Classic Blue, a shade of navy blue.
Using navy blue in your decorating creates a perfect point of contrast for other colors. “Whether a kitchen island gets a quick upgrade or a room gets a dramatic new look with contrasting white trim and woodwork, the shade provides a stately look without going completely black,” Kerrie Kelly of Kerrie Kelly Design Lab told Good Housekeeping.
For some Classic Blue decorating ideas, check out this Pinterest board from Archilovers.
Our Lavender and Cornflower Arrangement showcases the beautiful blues, purples and cream colors. The natural coloring and various stems and flowers make this arrangement perfect for a modern home or office.
Jump on the blue trend and create a fabulous modern look with our Lavender and Cornflower arrangement in a ceramic cream vase.
Tip #3 – Add a tree
Olive trees are the decorating tree of choice this year. Whether live or artificial, adding an olive tree to your space brings the outdoors in and provides some gentle sophistication to your space. Choose an olive tree that fits but doesn’t overwhelm your space.
Update your look with our Queen Anne’s Lace Plant as part of an on-trend makeover.
The exquisite craftsmanship is evident in the fine details of this Queen Anne’s Lace Plant.
Tip #4 – Come down to earth
Earth tones are in, and pale colors are out.
Choose earthy tones like browns and greens to redecorate your space. And don’t hesitate to paint the trim and the walls the same color. A monochromatic look on the walls creates a restful environment for your eyes.
Strike an earthy look with our earth-toned White Tulip Bouquet.
Add this beautiful White Tulip Bouquet to your kitchen island next to a bowl of apples, oranges, or mixed fruit for a lovely arrangement.
Tip #5 – Get back to basics
There’s nothing more basic than simple black and white.
The color combination has endured as a classic for centuries because it is a pleasing contrast to the eye. While recent trends have advocated for an all-white look, this is the year to bring in those black accents. Go sophisticated with sleek, modern accent pieces or have some fun with a classic checkerboard pattern.
Stick with the classic black and white color scheme with our beautiful Rose and Peony arrangement.
With the versatile coloring, you could arrange this Rose and Peony Bouquet in nearly any setting and it would complement your decor.
Stick with these five trends for 2020 (and beyond), and you’ll have your home looking stylish and up to date in no time.
But we’ve got a bonus trend for you that we’re pretty excited about.
Bonus Tip – Paint it red
Red always makes a statement and draws focus to a room. While you might be toning down your colors and getting back to the Earth tones, don’t forget to drop in a splash of color.
Pick out your favorite floral like our brick and burgundy colored Rose, and Ranunculus Floral Arrangement to hit the floral trend in any room.
Our Rose, and Ranunculus Floral Arrangement details a vibrant and elegant appearance that will make a natural-looking statement in your reading nook or sunroom.
Remember…Florals are in!
Look around any store, and you’ll find florals everywhere, from art to clothing to furniture. You can’t go wrong with floral patterns. That’s great news for those of us who love plants because it means that decorating with artificial flowers is right on trend.
You can pair just about any faux flower arrangement with an attractive floral print or wallpaper to make it seem as if the flowers have simply jumped off the wall or furniture into life in your home.
Take advantage of the floral trend to add some new faux flower pieces to your existing collection or try out decorating with fake flowers and plants for the first time. It’s easy, and you’ll be trendy. What could be better?
No matter what your decorating style is, there’s a trend here for you, so get started on giving your décor a refresh. Be sure to post your updated rooms in the comments. We can’t wait to see what you do.
As always, please contact me with any questions or concerns.