It’s the turn of the decade and design professionals from various industries: fashion,interior design, and more are all releasing their new take on what we can expect in 2020 and what, conversely, what we should leave buried in the past.
Don’t allow your home to look trapped in 2010, and stayau courantwith the latest decor trends that we are going to share with you today.
The Colors of Sophistication
Let’s start with the color. Breathe some new life into your space with these on-point colors and patterns for your interiors.
Leila Amber is a Design Trend Setter at Knothome and a passionate writer, home decor and design enthusiast. She has a keen interest in the content that inspires her to dig deeper into the practice and create helpful design and decor guides.
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“Style is the perfection of a point of view!” - Richard Eberhart
Bohemian design is for people who think outside the box. It’s a design that does not force you to stick to a bunch of rules like other do. The bohemian interior design is random and busy. There are not any bare spot in a bohemian room. If you have an empty space, fill it with paintings, pillows and figurines. The bohemian interiors are full with accessories. The word bohemian dates as far as the 1800’s, it was used to name the people who live a certain life style: vagabonds or wanderers. Also it was used to describe people who did not agree with the social and political views of that time. So if you feel the same way, if you don’t want to be a slave to any rule, look at these fantastic bohemian designs and enjoy…