re you planning to build a new home, or renovate an old one, in 2020? If so, it’s important to be aware of the building design trends that are likely to take off in 2020.
Building or renovating a home is expensive, so you want to get it right the first time around, and that means doing your research on current trends in building, design and materials. And as the end of 2019 approaches, 2020 promises to deliver a slew of new building design trends that may well influence how you plan your renovation, build or makeover.
Online home renovation and design resource Houzz has scoured the data from its platform users and identified emerging trends in home building and design, and the result may surprise you.
Current renovation and kitchen trends suggest the humble room isn’t excluisely fo food, but also for living. In 2020, expect to see kitchens with more ‘furniture-like’ aspects that reflect the home’s overall décor theme – and maybe even kitchens with custom cabinetry that hide it away completely.
Curves and arches
Creating softness in an otherwise minimal and functional space is set to be a design trend in 2020. Think rounded edges, circular windows, arched and curved walls that push architectural and structural boundaries.
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