Ca' Pietra is a renowned manufacturer of tiles and every year offers an insight into forthcoming trends.
This year, they asked 4 influential bloggers for their home interior's trends prediction for this coming year.
Monikh sees this year as a year influenced by earthy trends from 1970s. From fashion to movies, we won't be able to escape a nostalgic and liberating sprints of the era.
‘I’m currently pulling inspiration together for a new property in London, and I’m really into the 70’s vibe at the moment. It’s something that I’ve been leaning towards for a while and I’m now looking to decorating the walls and floors with terracotta and burnt orange tones to get this look. The terracotta is also a stunning natural material that will keep the new home feeling a little organic and not over done. Just like my wardrobe, I like my home to look relaxed and simple but with a twist.’
The girl with the green sofa has a completely different opinion.
She believes that the classic combination of Black and White will dominate this year's trend boards. To warm up the cold feel of the combo, she suggests mixing it with warm metallic colours like copper or adding plants and aged wood to your interiors.
'Monochrome tiles work really well with warm metallic colours that are similarly trending; think copper bathtubs or gold taps in the kitchen. They work equally well with matte black fixtures too resulting in a classic combination that will stand the test of time.
Monochrome tiles also work really well with plants and the patina of aged wood. A big tick then if you want to bring the outside in following the Biophilic concept, or to do the sustainable thing and feature an upcycled or antique piece of furniture to your room’.
The New Neutrals
Lisa Dawson distances herself from harsh combination by offering us soothing neutrals.
From white and nude to natural wood shades there is always something to choose from. Combining neutral patterns, colour with texture would allow you to create a stunning and calming look.
‘When you’re planning out your space, it’s important that you focus on your core style, rather than what’s currently on trend. It’s easy to be influenced by what we see in magazines or on social media, but we are all trying to be sustainable in our choices so when it comes to the bones of your home, you need to think carefully about your choices. Going for neutrals or subtle tones means that you can easily up the ante as often as you like with tonal accessories for a new look. You’re less likely to get bored of your scheme if it’s adaptable to ever changing colour trends. Natural products such as marble and stone are classic choices, especially when teamed with neutral tones.’
Soft Sorbet Shades
With the New Neutrals offering us a low-key look, these soft sorbet shades are more intense, colourful yet still soft.
Style the Clutter brings us a palette from ice-cream parlour and sweet shop infusing our interiors with warmth and optimism.
‘Soft minty greens have been forecast to be the colour of 2020, which means pastel shades are still on trend for next year. However, unlike the bright shade of pastels we have seen in the past, it looks like they are taking on a more subtle, natural tone. The greens are more mossy, the pinks have a more orange tone and with yellow, think primrose. I personally love using pastel shades in children’s rooms and think the new mossy green tone will be a big hit in 2020.’
Your new pastel scheme will work beautifully with a statement wooden furniture. It will create a canvas and not overpower the space.
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