[en] 2020 begins charged with energy as regards interior decoration. Some of the previously mentioned trends will consolidate themselves whilst adding slight changes in design, but some new designs will arrive that you just cannot miss out on. At Viefe® we’d like you to discover these new styles for the coming season so that you can fit them to your furniture according to your particular taste. Remember that the crux of the matter lies in the details and at Viefe® you will find the knobs and handles that adapt to the decorative styles that 2020 brings us.
- Amalgamation of colours and textures.
The personalization of our spaces will continue to trend. Dyed wallpaper, squares, using the texture of the wall itself to show a contrast between the bricks and the perfect finish. Even the most irreverent samples of explosions of colours will make their way into our homes. There will be spaces where walls and ceilings will blend into one.
- Large rooms with twists and curves.
Large rooms with twists and curves, which create an impression of movement, will be protagonists. We’ll find this effect in accessories, especially those such as ceiling lamps. Opt for curvaceous shapes on coffee tables, armchairs, sofas or (if you want to make visible this trend in a more subtle way) change your handles and knobs for others with more curvaceous shapes and lines.
- The triumph of neutral colours.
The trend for minimalism and its neutral colours will continue to hold sway. They will be used to give a more refined look to large rooms, but the combinations with new palettes will be much more energised: beige and grey will make a fantastic alliance. The mix of Nordic and Japanese styles will consolidate itself as well as combinations of black and white- for the more daring among you -especially on accessories such as cushions, lamps, knobs and handles or rugs.
- Orange and yellow, the colours of the year.
The more daring colours will be the stars of the moment. Really striking yellows, oranges and coral will be the protagonists all year as the colour for accessories in large rooms. You’ll see them applied to walls and on large pieces of living room furniture to give them more importance and energy. For the more discrete amongst you: in the range of yellows you’ll be able to opt for mustard yellow.
- Development and sustainable architecture.
Respect for the environment can now be found in decorations for the home through the use of materials derived directly from nature itself. Wood, stone or sand will be the essential textures used in decoration. The growing reduction in the use of plastics will also be seen in the world of interior design, with the ever increasing use of wooden knobs and handles and the use of other recyclable materials.