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Home Design Trends for 2020

A new decade brings a new opportunity for a design refresh. If you’re tired of looking at the same old paint colors, furniture and artwork, now’s the time to make a bold change. Lucky for you, we’ve been scoping out the latest interior design trends for the new roaring 20s! Here are a few of our favorites that are all the rage right now.

Blog1_1Nevis villa model master bedroom, Latitude Margaritaville Hilton Head

Deep Blues

Want to get a polished, sophisticated look without sacrificing color? Blue is the new black. Whether it’s classic navy or rich sapphire tones, darker blue walls make a bold statement while providing a complementary backdrop for a wide variety of furniture and art styles.



Kestrel Grand model dining room, Westlake

High Contrast Décor

We all know that black and white are classic colors but going for a high contrast look takes this combo to a bold new level with black walls and white furniture (or vice versa). This can be done with a variety of combinations such as deep hunter green and white, charcoal grey and yellow, royal blue and chartreuse, etc.



Caribwood coach home model great room, The Isles of Collier Preserve

Rattan and Wicker Furniture

Who says it’s for outdoors only? Adding earthy rattan or wicker furniture to your living room is a simple  way to bring in natural textures and easy, laid-back comfort. This style of furniture pairs well with warm neutrals, cool coastal blues and even bold pops of color.



Barbuda villa model kitchen, Latitude Margaritaville Daytona Beach

Non-White Kitchens

The last decade brought us the white kitchen explosion. White cabinets, white marble countertops and white subway tile dominated homes and Pinterest boards all over. While white on white is a classic and timeless look we can appreciate, it’s nice to see a refreshing change in the tide. Greys, blues and even black are on the rise for sleek kitchen cabinet colors.

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