January 7, 2020
Just like that, 2020 is upon us!
At Myaree Ceramics, we love the new year because it means new design trends for your home – from stunning kitchen tile trends to mesmerizing colour palettes and beyond.
Whether you’re just a lover of new interior design trends or you need some tips from the tile experts on how to keep your home on-trend, read on for our top design trends to watch in 2020.
Get Inspired by Nature
We’re often told to get back to nature, so it comes as no surprise that in 2020, we will be bringing nature to our homes with earthy tones, natural materials and lush green foliage, while highlighting its beauty with natural lighting.
Incorporating rich, earth-inspired paint tones like terracotta or mist grey, as well as natural wood features and bronze fixtures is a simple way to bring nature into your home.
You can also use colours like almond, dusty pink and moss green to bring warmth to your bedroom or lounge area.
Scandi décor has dominated several seasons’ worth of trends, with many home decorators pairing the light wood with crisp white walls for a light, airy feel throughout the home.
However, in 2020, dark wood will experience a resurgence. Darker woods, such as pine and oak, will influence the look of doors and windows, home décor, interior and exterior floors, ceilings and furniture.
At Myaree Ceramics, we love the look of dark wood on flooring; we stock wood look tiles that are practically identical to real wooden floorboards, but it has the added benefits of being more durable, easier to maintain and a more sustainable choice to floor your home.
Plants don’t just look good in our homes – studies have shown that indoor plants can benefit our lives through reduced stress levels, as well as improved productivity and concentration.
Even if you think you were born without a green thumb, there are a number of fairly resilient indoor plants you can buy that don’t need an abundance of natural light or a lot of watering.
Better Homes and Gardens recommends low light indoor plants such as Cast Iron plant (Aspidistra), Devil’s Ivy (Pothos Epipremnum) and Silver Snakeplant (Sansevieria ‘Moonshine’).
We’re anticipating the indoor garden trend to stick around for a few years to come, so it is worth investing in those indoor plants now to see the benefits over the coming years.
Curves are in with Modern Art Deco
Architecture and décor will use curved lines in designs and decor, from windows to lounges and light fittings, reminiscent of the modern art deco style.
Modern art deco perfectly combines geometric shapes with luxurious finishings – such as black, gold and brass fittings, marble bench tops or flooring and strong lines – to give your home a sleek and elegant upgrade.
This modern art deco style will influence kitchen tile trends in the coming year, with curved mosaics and textures likely to take over kitchens, bathrooms and even laundry areas.
Colours to Watch: Grey, Pink, Blue and Green
In the coming year, our homes will be a striking contrast of neutral, earthy tones like greys, and more vibrant pinks, blues and greens.
Blush pink has been on trend for a few seasons, while colours such as cobalt blue will help to reinvigorate our walls and furnishings.
Green hues will make their way into our home décor through strategically placed indoor plants and nature-inspired art.
Pedal to the Metal
Sophisticated metallic fittings in brass, gold, silver and copper hues will adorn our homes in 2020, giving your any room in your home a luxurious feel.
Your kitchen and bathroom are great places to indulge in glamorous metal accents on taps, handles and other fittings, bringing a subtle touch of luxury to what may otherwise be a fairly minimalist space.
Terrazzo Take Over
Terrazzo tiles have been around for centuries; first made in Italy and characterised by the speckled colour throughout each tile.
However, while luxurious, real terrazzo tiles can be expensive. So how can you incorporate this classic, luxurious style into your own home?
For a tile that mimics the real deal without the high cost or complicated install, we recommend our terrazzo look tiles for use on your floor or walls.
Terrazzo look tiles still incorporate the speckled colour that the original tiles are known for, but instead of being made from scraps of marble and clay, terrazzo look tiles achieve the multidimensional look with porcelain or ceramic that has been printed on. Read more about the benefits of terrazzo look tiles here.
Complement with Concrete
While concrete may seem like an odd addition to the list, this material is the perfect complement to your earthy tones and textures, brass fixtures and overall versatile appearance.
Concrete is an ideal choice for flooring, kitchen bench tops and bathrooms because it requires little to no maintenance, it can be dressed up by furnishings and décor, or on its own, it is a statement piece.
For an easy, cost-effective way to incorporate the aesthetics of concrete into your home, we recommend using concrete look tiles to decorate your kitchen, bathroom or even outdoor area.
Concrete look tiles make for brilliant indoor floor tiles as they are versatile, affordable, durable, easy to maintain and they come in a wide range of colours and styles to best suit the rest of your décor.
Tile Trends of 2020 at Myaree Ceramics
Give your home’s interior some TLC today with some on-trend tiles from Myaree Ceramics.
At Myaree Ceramics, we only stock the most aesthetically pleasing tiles, made to the highest quality standards, to ensure our customers use the best products in their home.
So if you’re looking to update your home with the newest tile trends, visit the Myaree Ceramics showroom in Myaree today to view and feel the tiles for yourself.