In 2020 we’ll see a trend toward natural materials, wellness and hybrid spaces. When you work with Judd Builders to design your new home we will collaborate with you to create the home of your dreams. Keeping in mind some of the latest trends we can guide you in the right direction for a sleek and modern home design, or a more of a classic look. Don’t hesitate to ask, we want to take the time to design and build an amazing house you’ll be proud of. Contact our team today for additional information.
As the global workplace changes and technology advances, we see more and more people working from home. That means that the home office will develop into a more valued room in the house. This trend has designers excited about developing furniture for home offices of all sizes. We’re thinking that the ‘home office’ trend is here to stay and 2020 will surprise us with some inspirational home office designs.
You can’t go wrong when you opt for traditional and organic resources like wood, glass and stone. They’re celebrated for their timelessness and durability. People are stepping away from the tech-inspired decor trends that we saw in 2018 and moving toward fresh, natural materials such as stone, copper, concrete, and granite. These elements can help bring an organic and serene ambiance to any space while reflecting the world around your home.
Integrated Spaces: Cooking and Dining
Trends in interior design for 2020 give prominence to the kitchen, increasing its dimensions and connecting it with the dining room and living room as the main entertainment space.
Evolution of Storage
Now that everything is stored on the cloud, we no longer need large entertainment consoles to hold our collections of DVDs, video games and other technology. We predict that in the coming year, storage options will focus on being more display friendly so that one can showcase the items that help personalize their homes.
Mindfulness in Design
An overarching theme we can plan to see a lot in 2020 is Mindfulness. According to Pinterest’s trend reports, a 200% increase in the term ‘mindfulness’ was seen in décor related searches in the last year. As technology advances and the world becomes more complicated, we need our homes to be a space for relaxing and recharging.