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2020 Decor Trends – 3 Colors of the Year, Boho Style and Curved Furniture

By: Decorated Life Team |

New decor trends for 2019 include rich colors, elegant furniture, indoor plants, the clever use of space and smart materials that look beautiful and made with sustainability in mind. Wondering which of these design trends might work for you?

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Here are some easy ways to make these new 2019 interior design trends work in your home. Let’s begin with color. 

Rich Colors of 2019

While white walls are making a big come back, all the major paint companies have created their own lists on what will be big in 2019. These are beautiful rich colors to love.

You can easily incorporate these colors into your decor using blankets, throw pillows, or create a feature like a single painted mantel, fireplace or accent wall without painting entire rooms. Here are 3 rich colors to consider using in your home. The first is Blueprint by Behr paints.


Behr’s 2019 Color of the Year ­— Blueprint S470-5

Sometimes all you need is fresh paint on your front door to give you home a brand new look. This blue is a true blue without any green or aqua and is a wonderful contrast and uplifting color for neutrals.

Cavern Clay (Sherwin-Williams 2019 color of the year), terracotta, potter’s clay, burnt orange, copper, bronze - no matter what you call…

Sherwin-Williams 2019 Color of the Year — Cavern Clay SW 7701

PPG’s 2019 Color of the Year — Night Watch PPG 1145-7

Boho Style

If you love bright colors, eclectic and artistic styles then Boho was probably never out of style for you. Now it’s back in a big way in 2019 interior design trends.

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Boho is a perfect fit if you feel like your rooms are missing something, and you’re looking for something to add to your home. Boho rugs, styled pillows and wall hangings could be that missing element to give your rooms something rich, exotic and dramatic.

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You should also consider Haute Bohemian, like above a more elegant for a more cultured look or Boho Chic

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Boho Chic – Pinterest

Curved Furniture

Replaced some time ago by sleek geometric lines, curves are back on the beach and in the living room with curved sofas and chairs. Velvet is one of the big fabric trends and is a shimmering fabric that goes well with curved lines. 

Velvet tufted sofa

You don’t need many pieces, just one or two will break up any strong geometric lines and add a look of relaxed elegance to your rooms decor.