Home Trends That are In and Out this Summer 2020
Summer is here and that means its time to change things up. Give your house the full summer treatment with all of the new trends that are in right now. But trends come and go, so it can be a bit hard to know what is in style and what isn’t. Lucky for you, Kingston is here to help you out. We gathered the top trends that are in and out to make this season all the easier and more fun for you. Read on to see the top trends and make this summer the hottest and most stylish yet!
OUT: Grey on Grey
Grey on grey is so last year. The late 2010’s was saturated in grey, creating a dull color scheme that left you tired and bored. Summer is all about color and bright, bold designs. So, make sure to change things up and bring on the color with something new and trendy.
IN: Bold Summer Metallic
Replace the grey with lots of bold metallic colors this summer. Daring and full of personality, metallic colors are the perfect way to bring character and elegance into your home. Metallic blues and yellows are all the rage this season, so make sure to explore the many hues that will dominate this season.
OUT: Monochromatic Palettes
Nothing is more boring than monochromatic palettes. Having a room in just one color can make things feel stagnant and dull, so make sure to change things up this hot season with new, refreshing colors.
IN: Rich, Earth Summer Tones
Say goodbye to the cool tones that ruled the last few years and say hello to the rich, earth summer tones. Rich shades of brown, wine, olive green, and pastel yellows are predicted to dominate this season. Accent them with touches of cool tones like blues and whites to really bring the room together.
OUT: Faux Plants
Nothing says summer like organic plants. So, if you happen to have any faux plants in the room, make sure to donate them out and replace them with real plants. Faux plants only gather dust and can make the room a bit lackluster.
IN: Multi-Functional Spaces
With everyone home nowadays, a multi-functional room is all the rage this summer. Take the wasted space in your room and make use of them by converting some into home offices or extra storage space. Nothing is more inspiring than productivity and multi-functionality.