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2020 home trends you will love…

 

2020 home trends you will love…

 

From pops of colour to minimalist chic these are the trends we are seeing on the market. 

So, whether you are looking to update your home or decorate a new purchase, here are a few ideas/ inspiration to put on your list that you'll adore.

 

Minimalist Modern | Granville Park

 

Why not take inspiration from Granville Park which has a modern ultra luxury feel throughout the property.

Modern/ minimalism is about keeping a space simple, uncluttered and accentuating the attractive architectural features of a space. Often the colour palette is monochromatic, although a splash of colour can be added in the soft furnishings, or you can go for a twist on monochrome and use a variety of navy’s. 

Top Tip: Mirrored surfaces and strategically placed lighting can really help accentuate the modern style. 

 

Rustic home | Three Chimneys

 

Three Chimneys is a perfect example of a rustic theme, the property utilises natural woods and leather accents. The key to the rustic style is using warm earthy tones to give your home a cosy and quaint feel. If you already have wooden beams in your home this could be the perfect style choice for you. 

Top Tip: Rustic is all about the details, such as wooden carvings and spooled legs and items that look handcrafted. Think about the small touches!

 

Farmhouse luxe | Cloud House

 

Cloud House is a modern property which has farmhouse accents - farmhouse style is about bringing the outside in. The idea is to use natural textures such as faux fur throws, antlers and woodland animals for inspiration. Dark colours such as browns, charcoals and bronze work well with this trend, but don’t be afraid to use a pop of colour.

Top Tip: Take inspiration from the world of nature, often autumnal colours can work well with this style choice. 

 

Traditional/ Vintage | Ashurst Hall

This Grade II listed property can’t help but encompass all things traditional. This property has many of its original features, they truly don’t make them like this any more. 

The traditional style is all about “what goes around comes around”. Even in our newer properties one thing which is starting to emerge is a nod to vintage - with dark wood furnishings looking as if built in the 1800s/ early 1900s.

Top Tip: Think ornate and regal with this style choice, mouldings/ carvings as well as luxury colourings like purples and reds work well. 

Looking for vintage rather than traditional? You can take inspiration from any era, a popular age currently on trend is 70’s - style up your home with bold patterns and orange colour tones. 

 

Pop of colour | Marian Drive

 

Don’t be afraid to use a pop of colour, a feature wall can really make your property pop out and add a bit of personality. In essence, it is about adding a splash of colour to a neutral backdrop. Whether your backdrop is grey or beige, introducing colour lifts the style of the room.

Top Tip: If you don’t know how to use colours, start with soft furnishings, such as a bold colour or print for a cushion or throw. 

 

Many shades of grey | Jackfield Way

Grey is one of the most versatile colours in the spectrum, grey interiors are now cemented as a staple in most homes. It has taken over from the classic magnolia walls. 

The shade is versatile which means each space can still be unique...

Looking to go grey but still have a cosy home? Simply, use soft materials such as velvet and faux fur.

In contrast to this, you can also create an industrial chic look using cement features and chrome to compliment. 

Top Tip: Mix and Match, use all the greys on the spectrum, it gives more depth to your room and can look more luxurious.

 

Bold patterns | Pompian Brow

 

Bold patterns and wallpaper can be like marmite, some love them and some don’t. But when they are used effectively they can draw a room together and make it unique. Bold patterns and punchy colours lend a more playful approach to styling, so take inspiration from Andy Warhol and use a splash of colour with accents, tiling or wallpaper. 

Top tip: Don’t be afraid to use a bold pattern, keep it simple and just use the pattern once to avoid over matching.



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