If you are already looking forward to choosing the best bathroom tiles Kent has to offer in the New Year, then you will be thinking about interior design trends.
Colour is of course an important design trend to factor in when considering decorating your home, so follow these tips to make sure you chose the most fashionable colours next year.
This one has been an up and coming choice for a while. Indigos had their time as did slate greys, but for a classic look navy or ‘classic blue’ is set to be the colour of 2020 according to Pantone.
"Suggestive of the sky at dusk, the reassuring qualities of the thought-colour highlight our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era" the brand said.
Essential for any colour scheme to work, whites which may once have been considered bland and empty are now essential for any modern-look room.
Ok, so Pantone are calling it blush but the rest of us will know it as Millennial pink. The rosy hue isn’t going away any time soon and has earned its place as a grown-up option after years on the rise.
The popularity of this colour seems to have come out of nowhere but could be a result of the copper trend in recent years.
While ‘classic’ blue is Pantone colour of the year, black-blues are also popular with charcoals and peacock blues likely to have some time in the limelight.