Top interior trends Summer 2020

Top interior trends Summer 2020

Fancy a little interiors update? Whether you’re looking to switch up your colour scheme, or go for a full home makeover, we’ve rounded up some of summer 2020’s top interiors trends to provide you with all the inspiration you need.

Floral wallpaper

Vintage, floral style wallpaper is a huge trend this year, and it’s not slowing down as we move into the summer months. Decadent and romantic with a little bit of an edge, this trend takes everything we love about 1920s Hollywood glamour but reinvents it with a modern twist.

Look out for botanical styles in rich reds and burgundys , and inky blues set against a black or deep emerald backdrop for a striking finish.

Earth tones

Earth tones that bring the outside in are a colour trend that’s set to be massive this summer. Olive green, yellow ochre, and burnt orange are shades that not only bring warmth but also help bridge the connection to the great outdoors in a modern yet subtle way.

Furniture and accessories that mimic natural elements such as wood, plants, and metals offer an opportunity to create a calming environment which in turn complements the colour tones and overall theme of your room.

Crittall-style windows and doors

Crittall-style has been staging a massive comeback – but not just in windows and doors. The discerning decorator is now implementing crittal style walls, rear extensions, room dividers and even shower screens into their home.

Edgy yet versatile, the sturdy, slim-profile frames tap into the current industrial interiors trend which we’ve seen dominate our Instagram and Pinteret feeds throughout the year.

 Crittall style doors allow you to cleverly partition open areas to create different zones, without compromising on light or space, all whilst offering a cool, modern feel to the home.

Natural materials

Another old school revival set to dominate summer 2020 is rattan and wicker – in both furniture and accessory form.

From ornate bamboo headboards and rattan storage boxes, to wicker cabinets and accent chairs, this trend takes on a new meaning for an eco-friendly lifestyle.

With many of us trying to shop more sustainably, purchasing natural pieces made from local materials that have been sustainably sourced, or buying products made from recycled materials, is a great way to get involved with the trend, while doing your bit to help the planet.

Sociable spaces

With a lifestyle swing towards staying in rather than going out, we’re seeing  more and more homes being adapted to suit this trend. Think cosy outdoor snugs, bar carts, cocktail chairs, and quirky neon signs to help create a home meets bar vibe. I mean, who wouldn’t want their very own speakeasy?

So there you have it, a whirlwind round up of 2020s most exciting summer interior trends. We hope you’ve found this useful for your next project and we’re keen to know which trend you’re most excited about experimenting with. Share your pictures and join the conversation at @MillerHomesUK.