Happy New Year 2020!
Usher in the new year with new home decorating designs. Here are a few of the top 2020 design trends to look for this year. The look is for a bolder side this year.
Living rooms are leaning more towards natural materials in a neutral palette and subtle patterns, textures, and modern shapes echoing nature and organic forms bringing mellow warmth to our homes.
Both bold and understated textures can be used by using eclectic materials in your home by using rugs, fabrics, and other textures. Your living room should feel sociable and friendly and using luxurious richly textures fabrics in leather, velvet and suede will provide unless possibilities. Add textured artwork in your living room, with a color combination that pleases your eye.
Ornate window treatments are making a comeback, think fancy curtains like silk and chintz.
And patterned bedding is big this year, where your shams and duvets can be in neutral colors or white and your sheets patterned. Think cozy and comfy for your bedding, upholstered headboards, pillows and bedding that feel like a warm hug.
Debbie’s Sewing & Interiors offers design, fabrication and installation with a full-service design workroom. Specializing in both hard and soft window treatments, reupholster, slipcovers, bedding and all interior and exterior fabrication. We carry an
extensive line of hardware, fabrics and trims. I would be happy to come to your home and measure and give you some ideas or listen to what you would like to do and make it happen. Have a Happy New Year 2020!
Please call Debbie’s Sewing & Interiors at 661-294-9894. Visit my website at www.debbiesewinginteriors.com.
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