It’s the start of a brand-new decade and this year, design build experts, remodelers, and contractors are seeing some very promising trends in the interior design world. There’s no better time to get your home remodeling done than at the start of the new year and our professionals at Fort Bend Builders predict these trends to be at the forefront of the industry this 2020.
Marrying the Past and the Present
It’s called the “grand-millenial style” and it’s been making the rounds in the interior design circles for quite a few years now. The concept is fairly simple: take designs you would normally see in old and traditional homes and give it a modern twist. It provides a fresh and bold outlook to designs that you would normally see in a “grandma’s house,” so to speak. The trend is growing strong and many homeowners are appreciating the cozy comfort that a “grand-millenial” home brings to the table.
No Gray Areas
Washing spaces with varying shades of gray has been a staple of many a whole home remodel but our experts believe this will soon be a thing of the last decade. Monotone colors are definitely out this year as more and more people are embracing a brighter and more quirky approach to design.
One more design trend that’s about to make an exit is perfection. No longer do homeowners want furniture that look shiny and never used. Instead, many people are finding slightly worn-out pieces to be more welcoming. It makes people feel as if they live in a home instead of a showroom.
Clean white has been the common denominator when it comes to bed, bathroom, and kitchen remodel projects, however, this decade things are about to take a darker turn, in colors, that is. This year, you should consider painting your doors and interior trims with darker hues to create warmth and depth in your interiors.
Find more design inspiration from our experienced team of designers and builders at Fort Bend Builders, your leading local design-build company. Give us a call at (713) 714-1343 or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation and request a free estimate today. We serve homeowners in Richmond, TX as well as all surrounding areas.