WARNING: GREY IS OUT!
Last year designers put grey on grey to the point that designers now feel it’s over saturated and now it’s paved the way for warmer toned palettes.
One main trend is layering old and new together something that would be great in many of the homes in and around Kent.
“Our clients are over the ‘one-stop-shop’ design resources and are taking the design of their homes to the next level by getting comfortable with mixing and matching old and new and even purchasing locally made souvenirs while on their travels to help tell the story of who they are.” — Lauren Buxbaum Gordon of Nate Berkus Associateshttps://www.elledecor.com/design-decorate/trends/g29859422/design-trends-2020/?slide=5
To create an eclectic or lived-in look is one of the simplest ways to make a house looked lived in and has a bespoke, unique vibe about it. There is something really special about walking into a home that tells the story of the family through precious photographs in frames, a unique pot from lands travelled but the key is to strike a balance to make it still look modern and not cluttered.
To get some inspiration we’ve researched the web on this new 2020 interior design style for you Ashford home in Kent, England to find you some great articles to get you started!