Is your favorite design trend on the list?
Have you ever wondered which interior design trends are most popular in the UK?
Google searches for these five interior design trends have almost trebled in the last three months, with many people wanting to give their home a new lease of life. But which interior design trends have been making a mark on British homes this year? Here the five most popular interior design trends of 2020.
TOP 5 INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS IN THE UK
The research, which was conducted by ConservatoryBlinds4Less, shows that the below trends are the most popular in the UK.
1. SHABBY CHIC
This timeless trend epitomizes faded elegance and an unrefined sense of luxury. To create the feel of timeworn opulence from scratch try mixing new buys with vintage market finds. Look for decorative accessories such as chandeliers and mirrors that haven’t been perfectly restored, but have aged with character, and opt for furniture and textiles that feel lived-in. Chipped paintwork, faded fabrics, and blemishes all add to the charm.
2. INDUSTRIAL STYLE
This look takes its lead from loft-style living making it ideally suited to large open-plan apartments flooded with natural light and modern urban boltholes with an inherently minimalist feel. Seek out cleaned-up junk shop finds and contemporary industrial designs to achieve the raw quality that this look commands, but create a more homely feel with the addition of relaxed soft furnishings, natural untreated woods, and flourishes of greenery.
Big it up with luxurious pieces, vivid hues, and deluxe patterns. More is most definitely more when it comes to this interior design trend.
For more interior trends, see: The five big trends for paint and wallpaper – color, pattern, and texture make an appearance
4. CONTEMPORARY DESIGN
Contemporary architecture, created as an addition or an extension to an existing property, can make a style statement while perfectly chiming with its environment. Success depends on using the right materials and opting for a sleek design that results in an effective blend of old and new. The building doesn’t end at the facade. It’s not just about the building as an object.
5. FRENCH COUNTRY
Fall in love with the new Gallic decorating style of mixing Shabby Chic furniture with glided linens and flea market finds.