Interior Design Trends

Top Interior Design Trends for Fall 2020

Fall is always the perfect time for a reset. The weather is changing. School’s starting up again. What a perfect time for a re-boot and a refresh. Thankfully, there’s a lot of exciting new home design styles to get inspired by this year, so take a look below at some of the most inspiring design trends we’ve seen popping up in 2020, and let the home makeover begin.

Go Boldly

Boldness is in. Whether it’s a colorful and unexpected wallpaper popping up in a bedroom, a monochromatic living room scheme (think a navy couch, a navy wall, and a navy carpet) or an over-the-top light fixture, more is more. What if you went with a living room carpet in a more colorful hue? Or, try the other route: perhaps a classic wood floor will allow you to go bolder with the rest of your interior design?

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Get Cozy

Inviting communal rooms are a key trend for 2020—which is not too surprising, considering that many of us are spending more time than ever indoors. Living rooms filled with comfortable couches and chairs, all kinds of blankets and throws, and peaceful lighting are popping up everywhere. Who doesn’t want to curl up with a good book in a cozy and inviting family room? A soft carpet that’s a dream to walk on can really add to the ambience, too.

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A New Kind of Kitchen

A new trend that is popping up on our radar? Kitchens with darker or more colorful accents. Think grey painted cabinets and black countertops. Many of these more colorful (and dare we say atmospheric) kitchens tend to pair really nicely with lighter wood floors, so if you’re thinking of re-doing your kitchen and giving it a more sophisticated, understated look, why not take a look at upgrading your floors with some lighter tones.

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Bedroom Bliss

Peaceful, bedroom sanctuaries continue to be on everyone’s mind when it comes to 2020 interior design trends. Whether it’s deciding to upgrade your bedding to the softest sheets or duvet you can find, or finding a new piece of art you love to hang over the headboard, having your bedroom be your favorite room in the house means a better night’s sleep, and a more calming morning. And whether you’re the kind of person who loves the look of a series of funky rugs placed down on a hardwood floor, or, you’d rather step out of bed each morning onto a plush carpet, why not do some daydreaming to think about what kind of floor you would want in your perfect bedroom.

Interior Design Trends

Top Interior Design Trends for Fall 2020

This fall it’s all about going bold—and feeling good. Flooring America is here to keep your home up-to-date with the latest interior design trends. So give us a call today to talk about all of our options for hardwoodluxury vinyllaminatecarpet and more. Your new and improved home will thank you.