The spring 2020 furniture collections are now landing in stores, and it's a great time to indulge in an interiors refresh. With all the new products launching it can be hard to navigate array of choices, so Heal's has handily curated its top homewares trends 2020.
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From Art Deco influences and curved shapes to organic shaping, textured naturals, statement chairs and cobalt blues, there's a host of stylish new influences emerging. Get expert design inspiration below.
See the Heal's trends 2020 predictions
'The Ribbon LED ceiling pendant quickly became one of our top lighting pieces last season. Its beautifully curved structure and statement brass finish shows you don’t have to compromise on design when opting for energy efficient lighting,' says Claire Anstey, Lighting Buyer at Heal’s.
'As more of our customers become conscious of their impact on the environment, LED lighting is consistently growing in popularity and is set to stay firmly on-trend over the coming year.'
Look out for: Rust reds; curves; LEDs; portable lighting.
Emily Dunstan, Home Buyer at Heal's, says: 'Soft furnishings and home accessories are the perfect way to add character into your scheme. We’re seeing a movement towards block colour and soft, organic shaping, injecting personality without cluttering neutral schemes.
'More and more, customers are looking to bring an element of nature into the home, and we expect organic textures and colour palettes will make a greater appearance as we continue to build our connection with the outdoors.'
Look out for: Monochrome; green ceramics; organic shapes; textured neutrals.
FURNITURE & UPHOLSTERY
'We are seeing a trend towards statement pieces, with upholstered chairs rising in demand by 20% year on year and practical leather remaining the fabric of choice for many customers,' Kris Manalo, Upholstery Buyer at Heal’s.
'With Classic Blue named as Pantone Colour of the Year, strong blues will also be key in future seasons. These altogether bold pieces create a focal point, complementing the otherwise neutral palettes which will be weaving a sense of nature into interiors for SS20.'
Look out for: Statement chairs; cobalt blue; pinks and neutrals; exposed framing.
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