5 Interior Design Resolutions for 2020

It’s a new year, which means now is the perfect time to start outlining your 2020 design resolutions. Below, we’ve put together our top 5 resolutions for the new year. If you’re planning an interior design project in the near future, keep these resolutions in mind!

Resolution 1: Brighten Up Your Space

What’s one thing, regardless of the home, that you can do that will make a huge impact on the aesthetic of the room? 

Brightening the space of course!

We’ve seen rooms go from dark and dreary to bright and airy with just a fresh coat of paint. If there’s one home resolution you put on your list this year, we recommend that it’s to add a little light to your darker spaces. You can do this with paint and by changing the lighting itself. Either route you go, the difference can feel like a whole new home.

 

 

 

Resolution 2: Sprinkle in a Bit of You

You’re anything but ordinary and your home should reflect that! The very best interior design is the design that showcases multiple facets of your personality. For all your 2020 design projects, think about how you can add your own personal flair to each room. Go bold like the flowers below, or use subtle accents to highlight your interests and passions. 

 

 

 

Resolution 3: Take a Leap of Faith and Go Bold 

New year, new you… am I right? Leave your mark in a you-nique way this year by going bold at home. Whether it’s a pop of color, statement pattern, or a bold wall color… don’t hold back from making a mark on your home.

 

 

 

Resolution 4: Create Your Personal Sanctuary

Coming home should feel like exactly that… coming home. What synonyms come to mind when you think of home? For me, I think rest, relaxation, quiet time, anndddd maybe a little chaos, but let’s stick to the peaceful ones! When starting a new design project this year, bring your own personal sanctuary, whatever that may be, into the project. A well-designed space will bring comfort, joy, happiness, and maybe even feel a little luxurious. 

 

 

 

Resolution 5: Design for Years to Come

Although trends change quickly, certain aspects of design are always timeless. Consider this when redesigning any room. That’s not to say you shouldn’t incorporate some of the hottest styles into a room you’re redecorating, but do so in a way that the whole room isn’t based on one element.

Take this bathroom for example. While green might be the trend this year, next year you may be swapping the curtain and stool out for something in black. But, on the plus side, you won’t have to renovate your entire bathroom to give it a different look.

 

 

In this kitchen, the design is modern, yet timeless. It won’t look outdated next year. Instead, it will be years before the kitchen needs a renovation.

 

 

Ready to plan your 2020 renovation? 

Call us to see how we can help. We design for busy people letting you enjoy the fun parts while we take care of the rest.

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