There's nothing better than a beautiful house you can come home to. Every year trends change; some go out, some come back, and some are timeless. We have a few trends that will be sure to set your house apart in 2020. Today I'm here to share with you four trends to adore that has truly stolen my heart.
Yep, you heard that right! Rattan chandeliers or pendant lighting is one of today's top rising décor must-haves, and there's no sign of this trend fading! Typically resembling an upside-down basket, this Scandinavian design is a more relaxed (yet chic) replacement for chandeliers in dining rooms or a pair of pendants over a kitchen island. Not only do they look great, but rattan light shades also save you from looking up to layers of dust set atop of your glass lighting. It's a win-win--consider me obsessed!
The Rattan Chandelier is from Serena & Lily
Design isn't about being boring, and bold wallpaper is anything but! Aside from significant renovations, wallpaper is one of the best ways to personalize your home. Its purpose is to breathe life into your space and make you feel at home. There's no shortage of bold, forward-thinking wallpaper options to choose from; so get jiggy with it and have fun!
Bold Wallpaper available at www.serenaandlily.com
Bone Inlay Accessories:
Bone inlay furniture and accessories are some of the hottest trends for home décor this year! Gaining lots of momentum, the beauty of the handcrafted detail and intricate design is undeniable. Bone inlay brings a breath of fresh air to any space, and it's a simple way to refresh your home this season. From accent tables, dressers, and mirrors, to chests, trays, and keepsake boxes, bone inlay is the perfect detail your house may be missing.
Traditionally, people feel more comfortable pairing silver with silver, and gold with gold, in fear of not matching. For years we've been told to pick one metal and stick with it. But those days are over! Mixing metals is back and in a big way. Mixing metals is not only acceptable, but it's also a thing of beauty. One thing to consider is that you'll want to make sure the marrying element you choose is similar in tone to the finish on your metals, so they don't end up accidentally clashing.
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