Get ready for the New Year by embracing what’s hot in home décor.
With 2020 fast approaching, it’s time to explore your interior design goals. After all, your home is your castle, and it should reflect your appreciation for a custom design. One of the easiest ways to improve the appearance of your residence is by exploring interior design inspiration and trends. Knowing what the industry celebrates allows you to create a fresh look indoors that embraces styles that are widely accepted and shared in homes across the nation.
We’ve highlighted four of the hottest interior design trends for 2020 below.
Colors that are opposite of each other on the color wheel make an exciting color palette. Experiment with light colors and dark colors to find a high impact combination.
Rather than focus on filling a room full, the emphasis is on each item and the purpose it brings to space. Deliberate décor falls under the realm of thinking that ‘less is more.’
#3-Hexagonal Floor Tiles
Among one of the hottest trends of the year in flooring is the hexagon. The material is used to create the floor (hardwood, vinyl, laminate, or marble) is less important than the shape of the tiles.
#4-Eco-Friendly and Natural
Bringing elements from the outdoors indoors continues to be a strong theme with an engineered environment. Lab-created natural elements are attractive, durable, and more sustainable thanks to the use of recycled plastics and composites.
Custom fireplace doors add to the overall aesthetic of the home and reflect your unique style. They significantly improve the look and feel of your residence. Made-to-last, rod iron fireplace doors are an investment that pays out quickly in satisfaction with your fireplace makeover. They’re one element of interior design that never goes out of style because they’re created based on your needs and specifications.
Contact us at (951) 225-1032 right away for more information about the fireplace screen and fireplace doors. We’re happy to walk you through our process and to provide you with a free estimate of costs.