From navy paint to floral wallpaper, these are the trends making it big in 2020.

Whether you love trends or will typically go to great lengths to avoid them, there are bound to be a few ideas on the list that you’ll love.

Vintage Accents

What goes around comes around – especially when it comes to home décor trends. We are seeing a nod to traditional and vintage detailing – things like spooled legs, spindles, and other furnishings from the 1800s and early 1900s. This time around. Designers are incorporating just one or two statement pieces.

Navy Blue

The 2020 Pantone Colour of the Year is Classic Blue (a navy shade), which means it was bound to show up in the décor trends for the year. Navy blue provides the perfect contrast for interiors both traditional and modern. The shade provides a stately look without going completely black.

Floral Wallpaper

This has been about for years and you will continue to see a pretty pattern but with a modern upgrade. Large scale, bold colour, and even metallic versions will make an appearance this year. Particularly trendy in powder bathrooms and foyers, with tons of stick-on options if you’re not ready to fully commit.

Non-White Kitchens

If there was a defining trend of the 2010s, it was the all-white kitchen. But 2020 has seen a shift toward spaces that go beyond white. Expect to see more natural wood cabinets and colour-pops in daring colours like dark red, bright yellow or navy blue.

Kitchen Art

While you’re collecting those pieces of art, be sure to scout some for the kitchen. Making the kitchen a room in the house and not a machine for cooking can be accomplished by hanging art or using open shelves to display items.

Rattan and Wicker Furniture

Rattan/ Wicker is having a resurgence, it no longer is relegated to the back deck. It has evolved in fresh and exciting ways, whether chairs, tables, or lighting, it is the prefect layer to balance modern with traditional style.

Cosy Fabrics

Fortunately for everyone who loves to cosy on the sofa, comfy fabrics will be everywhere in the new year. Instead of luxe velvet, we will see shearling, imperfect leathers and soft textures.