Is rose gold on its way out?
Probably not. But grey is. You’ll still see bright whites, but they’ll be mixed with pastels and warm, caramelly wooden accents.
Read on (or listen along) to learn what trends we can expect to see thrive in the 2020s and which ones are best left in the 2010s.
We don’t see a lot of minimalist design in Northeast Florida, most homes go for “Casual Comfort.” While few people in our area technically live on the beach, you can find a beachy look in homes throughout Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Those “Beach This Way!” signs are not going away.
Faux Natural Materials
You’ll see more and more “natural” materials as we head into the 2020s. A particularly popular option is vinyl plank flooring. As the “natural” look and warm, wooden accents grow more popular, more and more people will opt for these more durable faux alternatives.
Rose Gold and Millennial Pink
Styles in Northeast Florida are a bit behind the trends in bigger markets like New York and LA. We’re still doing the Joanna Gaines look and color palette. But that’s about to change.
What are the colors of the 2020s? Think Miami Vice. Rose gold and millennial pink will only grow more popular. We’ll see more metallics like bronze and copper. We’ll also see blues, greens, purples, and pinks come together for a more “Boho” look.
Northeast Florida has never really been “Farmhouse”; we’re more Southern Living and Casual Comfort. But as we said before, the Joanna Gaines look is on its way out. You’ll still see those eclectic, small coastal town looks, but you’ll start seeing more Boho influences as well.
Open Floor Plans
Open floor plans are definitely here to stay. Millennial homebuyers usually prefer smaller homes, but they tend to prioritize entertainment space in the home. That means having large, open spaces that facilitate conversation and socialization, not multiple small, closed-off rooms.
Fast furniture may be slowing down. Many homeowners are opting for cheap vintage finds that can be refurbished and painted to fit modern styles. The advantage of going for vintage furniture is that the pieces are often built to last much longer than self-assembled fast furniture.
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