06th Dec 2019
Whether we’re embracing a brighter palette, opting for more pattern or incorporating a twist on a traditional trend, 2020 promises to be a year filled with beautifully unique and vibrant wallpapers and fabrics. Here, Rebecca Drury, Co-Founder of MissPrint takes us through her thoughts on what to expect for the year to come.
Bold Colour & Pattern
As homeowners become more confident in their colour choices, we are going to see a move away from cool greys to warmer, bolder and richer tones. True blues and mustard yellow mixed with burnished earth tones can look great together. Try colour blocking for a bold way to inject some colour into a room or combining a mix of patterns and prints.
Nature & Wellness
Green is the key colour here from the dark and deep Hunter Green to the calm and relaxing tones of Soft Sage Green, there should be a shade of green for every interior space. Nature-inspired prints, featuring foliage and plants are also key to this trend. It is all about bringing the outside in, with the intention of helping us focus on wellbeing, mindfulness and feeling calmer.
With a strong emphasis on elemental shapes and repeating geometric patterns, this look is all about simplified but structured design. The repeating patterns and pared-back colour palettes found in geometric prints can help channel a sense of routine and structure. They work well when mixed with organic touches to help soften the look.
A modern take on the traditional floral, ‘new chintz’ is set to take over the homes of those who aren’t afraid to make a statement. Whimsical and quirky motifs are mixed with a fresh colour palette and give a new lease of life to this classic floral. It is all about creating sophistication and style but with added homeliness and cosiness. This trend is definitely more maximalism than minimalism, full of pattern, colour and exuberance.
Taking inspiration from contemporary graphics, mid-century modern style and travels around the world, here at MissPrint we introduce energetic patterns full of colour and life, with influences ranging from abstract geometric shapes to the beauty of the natural world.