Trends for Interior Design 2020: The Most Popular Blinds

2020 interior design trends

It’s a new decade now and also the perfect time to refresh your home. One of the main aspects you should consider when refreshing your home is updating is your blinds. We have gathered a range of information about the most prominent trends regarding interior designs in 2020 so you can choose blinds which match any patterns, décor or colours around your room and are sure to impress both family members and guests.

 

Natural

 

Eco-friendly materials are especially popular at the moment, as people become more interested in looking after the planet. When it comes to interior design this trend has led to designs that are inspired by nature. This means using colours like brown, coral, cream, and green to create a modern yet tranquil feeling in your home.

 

Window coverings such as woven bamboo or wooden shutters, and products which improve energy efficiency are ideal for this trend. Also, you should choose a set of blinds which lets light flood into the room, as this accentuates the feeling of a connection with nature.

 

Bold

 

Recently, maximalism has become a more prevalent trend, this can be anything from utilising styles which are bold, to vivid colours which create a statement. Patterns and textures are mixed in a way that would have been frowned upon a few years ago. Darker colours are also in fashion at the moment, so you can experiment with a range of different moody tones such as deep blue and rich and prevalent green on the walls and contrast them with white or lighter blinds, or even black plantation shutters and light walls.

 

If you choose the maximalism trend for your home then a world of opportunity will open up when are picking your blinds. You are no longer limited by needing to pick something which perfectly matches the style of the room and its decorations. Try bright purple roller blinds in a bedroom with a leopard print duvet cover, or orange roman blinds in a darker blue room.

Retro

A variety of vibrant retro styles are growingly popular, especially the 70s look, and using a ‘heirloom craftmanship’ to create old-fashioned appeal. For the classic 70’s feel you should choose a colour palette of pink, gold, moss green, and orange for your home, and include curved furniture and terrazzo stone floors. Then, you can match this radiant style by picking blinds which have a warm colour, geometrical pattern, or an eye-catching design.

 

If you instead go for the traditional, vintage style, then this involves buying quality, long-lasting furniture in wood and metal. The window coverings which match these are a traditional and classic wooden plantation shutters, or perhaps aluminium venetian blinds.

 

Automated

 

Lately, everyone is interested in using technology to improve any part of their home that they can. Smart homes are becomingly increasingly popular and are soon becoming the norm, which means that you can link any sort of item in your house up to an Amazon Alexa or any other device of this sort.

 

Motorised or automated blinds suit this trend as they are modern, easy to use, and can be linked up to any device. There are a range of different benefits to automated blinds as well, from child safety, energy efficiency, security, and the satisfaction of opening and closing them with the push of a button.

 

How can Excell Blinds and Shutters help you?

 

At Excell Blinds and Shutters we can provide a range of different blinds and shutters in different styles, designs and colours. All of our blinds and shutters are bespoke and tailor made for you and your space. Each and every one of our blinds and shutters are child safe as standard, therefore ensuring that they are suitable for every kind of home or workspace.

 

Here at Excell Blinds and Shutters we also offer a 10-year guarantee on all of our products that we make, providing you with peace of mind that you are receiving a product which lasts and maintains at a high quality. To find out more about what services and products Excell Blinds and Shutters can provide, visit our website, or contact us at 0151 228 0060.