Interior Design Trends & Inspiration for Spring 2020

Happy early spring! Despite the stress and anxiety over the corona virus, I hope you will take the time to enjoy the beauty of the early spring temperatures and the blossoms of the crocus, daffodils and soon to be tulips. If you are going to be home bound, spring is a great time to renovate, refurbish, declutter, and paint those dull rooms screaming for some color or brightness in your home.

Every year, the High Point Furniture Market in North Carolina inspires Interior Designers with the best furnishings, products and accessories for you to enjoy and utilize in your home to make it more inviting pleasant and more efficient. If you are planning for some home renovations or changes to take place during the nicer weather here are some ideas to consider:

Some of these trends are:

1. Cleaner lines in furniture and less cluttered rooms are becoming the norm.

Stark Carpeting:

Michael Berman for Kravet:

2. Fewer accessories that reflect the homeowner’s personality, individuality, taste and/ or travels.

Curated Kravet Accessories:

3. Mixed metals of gold, silver, and iron can co-exist when done right.

Curated Kravet Accent Furniture:

4.Large light pendants/chandeliers installed as ceiling surface mount fixtures over living room coffee tables, beds, dining tables, etc. 

Mitchell Gold Lighting:

Phillip Jeffries Lighting:

5. Traditional and contemporary area rugs both indoor and outdoor.

Kravet Carpeting:

Kravet Eco Friendly Carpeting:

6. Understated layered window treatments that meet your privacy, energy efficiency, decorative and child safety needs are popular.

Lee Jofa Fabrics:

7.Colors are getting warmer, brighter and happier. Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year is First Light, a pale pink. Sherwin Williams Color of the Year is Naval –SW 6244 and Pantone’s Color of the Year is also a dark blue, Classic Blue19-4052.The blue colors are showing up on rugs, fabrics, furniture, lighting fixtures and accessories which makes it easier for you to coordinate color in your room design. Blue pairs well with white, green, red, brown and yellow. 

Sherwin Williams – 2020 Color of the Year – Naval:

Sherwin Williams – 2020 Color of the Year – Naval:

Benjamin Moore – 2020 Color of the Year – First Light:

As an ending note, nature is always great inspiration for color and design. I hope you will enjoy viewing the beautiful photo of the Emerald Isle compliments of Conde Nast. The blue skies and green landscapes are gorgeous!  Happy Spring!

Cliffs of Moher