Freshening up your interior in 2020?
Once the Christmas festive decorations come down it can seem like the house is suddenly looking a bit bare and drab. It’s a good time to think about giving your interiors a fresh new look to blow away the January blues. It could be an opportunity to start looking for luxury wallpaper samples online.
See it as an opportunity to make your home feel brand new. Careful editing and rearranging, making colour palettes to bring some colour and sunshine in to your home, and you’ll feel fresh and alive.
We have some wonderful ideas to help refocus your interiors, and the Daily Mail states that adorning your walls with art prints and fresh colourful wallpaper is a fantastic start. Creating a feature wall with statement wallpaper lets you explore the many colours and patterns with which to add interest to a bare wall, without it completely taking over.
Just moving art and prints around will be a subtle but impressive change, and getting new art to adorn your walls is always exciting. 2020 brings playful, large exhibition style prints, which are set to be the new trend. It will add an eccentric, art collector style to your home.
Every room in your house can benefit from having new wall decor, and there are so many prints for every taste and style available, from the lounge and kitchen to the bedroom and bathroom.
Throw out the old, dusty, bland lampshades, and replace them with colourful, decorative shades to an old base or pendant light, and it will transform your room with so little effort. Add some character with newer, adjustable light LED lightbulbs.
It’s possible that your sofas and chairs are looking a little old and worn, but instead of replacing the entire suite, have a look at getting them reupholstered, whether it’s a sofa, armchair, dining chairs, or a headboard for your bed. Consider integrating new textures in your upholstery too, not just fresh new colours, add textured cushions to your newly upholstered armchair.
More new kitchens are ordered in January than any other month, but it’s easy to give your existing kitchen a facelift with minor new features such as taps, sinks, handles and lighting. Brass is set to be a popular material for these in 2020, and it’s easy to then find and purchase new kitchen accessories to match and compliment the new look.
Fresh new plants around the house will add another splash of colour, while also helping to usher in spring, as the days get brighter and longer. A lot of themes for 2020 involve a botanical style, bringing the outdoors indoor, embracing the feel of nature.