The experts at B&Q have predicted the trends that'll shape our homes in 2020. Discover them here..
Trends come and go but it's impossible to ignore the way they influence the style of our homes.
DIY retailer B&Q has predicted the new interior trends for 2020 using their website search data to see what people are buying, and what they're not. We've listed a few below...
Image: Matt Emulsion in Gran Via, B&Q
Research shows that consumers are becoming more and more aware of seasonal colour trends, and reaching for the paint to redecorate.
A popular choice for autumn has proven to be yellow, while pink was the number one colour for spring.
No doubt there will be a transition into darker colours as the winter rolls around, such as dark forest green and inky blue.
Blue is the hue
Image: Matt Emulsion in Antibes, B&Q
Blue is the most searched for colour according to B&Q, other than white and grey. We think it's because of its versatility and cocooning effect.
The blue spectrum offers a range of different hues that will suit most interior styles. Opt for dark navy for a moody and atmospheric scheme, or choose a pastel shade for an uplifting effect.
Image: Ajuga wallpaper in Charcoal, B&Q
Geometric wallpaper is here to stay for 2020, but B&Q suggests it will take on a much more luxurious feel. Boasting golds, silvers and coppers, wallpaper is becoming much more opulent option for home decorators.
We love the idea of creating a glamorous feature wall with a metallic design such as the Ajuga charcoal wallpaper from B&Q. At just £16 a roll, it won't cost the earth, but will make for a bold a statement.
Stylish but affordable flooring
Image: Jazy slate vinyl from B&Q
High-impact, affordable, easy-to-install flooring is predicted to be a hit in 2020 with search terms combining ‘luxury’ and ‘flooring’ soaring on diy.com.
Within this category, dramatic styles that demand attention and offer a sense of extravagance are set to dominate as an interior trend next year.
B&Q are offering 3 for 2 on paint, flooring and tiles from now until 3rd November.