Are you itching to modernize your kitchen with a luxurious Hampton’s style island and matching cabinets? Do you dream of relaxing in an Instagram-worthy bathroom after a hard day at the office? Maybe you want to upgrade the spare bedroom to make space for a new arrival? Whatever remodeling plans you have in mind for spring 2020, you will get a huge ROI but you’re going to need a financial cushion to fall back on.
If you do not have a healthy savings account, there are other options available so don’t despair. Perhaps you have multiple student loans and you’re looking into refinancing those loans? Refinancing your student loans will consolidate your education debt and leave you with lower premiums, freeing up cash for home remodeling projects. Maybe you’re in a position to approach your mortgage lender to see if you can free up some cash with a further advance? Or perhaps you qualify for a grant or special program? Take some time to research your options to see what’s the best approach to take. And, when you do have the capital to invest and it comes to looking for design inspiration, the following are five home décor trends for spring 2020.
What goes around comes around in the world of design and this is very true when it comes to vintage. This time around, instead of decorating an entire room with vintage accents, choose one or two statement pieces for the best finish. We’re talking natural fabrics, aged furniture, old-fashioned paintings and crimson or delicate pink walls.
Spring 2020 will see the return of printed wallpaper which means it’s time to say goodbye to your beloved neutrals. Large scale, bold colors are best and choose an accent wall over decorating all walls in a room. In terms of colors, think pale pinks and metallics for an understated finish and opt for bright pinks, yellows and marigold for a statement look.
Have you always wanted to paint your bedroom black? If yes, spring 2020 is the time to do it! High-contrast features are going to take the limelight over the next few months, pushing neutrals into the background. Think about elements that have opposite characteristics but can look great together. We’re talking black and white, solid shapes and fine lines, and geometric and organic shapes.
Colorful Kitchen Cabinets
White, grey and neutrals have been the go-to colors for kitchen décor for far too long. It’s finally time to bring your kitchen cabinets to life with a splash of color. Vibrant blues, rustic browns and emerald greens are going to be the most popular choices.
Why not bring the outside inside this spring with some rattan furniture? Forget about the uncomfortable wicker chairs that normally come to mind when you think of rattan furniture. There are so many beautiful pieces on the market today that give off a traditional yet modern vibe. Pieces are normally very affordable, making this a great option for those that don’t have a huge budget to play with. If you don’t have place to put a whole set of furniture, add some accent pieces instead. Think wicker lighting fixtures, decorative baskets, wicker coffee tables, rocking chairs and hanging chairs.