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The Design Trends That Are In 2020, According To Designers (Part II)

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Infusing your spaces with what’s au courant can be tricky. While you always want your home to look chic, staying on top of the latest design trends is a burden. To help us make sense of it all, we are giving you the insights of some of our favorite designers and architects about the home trends they’re embracing this year, from color palettes to furniture and beyond. May this be a time of interior design revival – Covet House will make sure to get you on the right path. This is the second part of The Design Trends That Are In 2020, According To Designers (the first part is here). Enjoy!

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Fun Bathroom Design

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“Bathrooms are a great place to experiment and have fun with color, materials, and/or wallpaper.” — Bailey Austin of Bailey Austin Design

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Huang is a mountain range in eastern China known for its spectacular scenery. Inspired by this magnificence, our designers created the Huang suspension cabinet. Featuring walnut root veneer on the outside and rosewood veneer in the inside, this piece brings instant character to the modern and functional interior design.

Furniture With European-inspired Details

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“Furniture with European-inspired detailing is trending. German and Italian influences can be found in the sloping arms of couches, knife-edge welts, metal legs, and more. I am even seeing traditional furniture brands embracing the trend, offering European silhouettes and features for the first time.” – Marie Flanigan of Marie Flanigan Interiors

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A contemporary sideboard enveloped by manually sculptured panels with decorative elements finished in high gloss black lacquer. The statement twist lies on the asymmetrical hand-hammered fitting of a golden polished brass sheet on the right side of the top, and base detail. Four doors carry the sculpted black elements into its interior, opening to a striking bronze mirror on the back, and one glass shelf. Here’s Voltaire.

Quality Bedding

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“Splurge on your bed, mattress, and a nice set of sheets this year. You spend half your life in bed, so why wouldn’t you invest in these items!” — Darla Bankston May of Bankston May Associates

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Made with grey velvet and with polished brass legs, the Tenor ottoman will bring an attractive presence to any room, hotel suite or master bedroom. A touch of luxury and all the glamour you can get. You deserve it.

Biophilic Design

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“In a world where technology is evolving at the speed of light, we often forget about our primitive roots connected with earth and the benefits that nature has on our overall psyche. We believe that increasing our connectivity to nature directly or indirectly through biophilic design has health, environmental, and economic benefits.” — Becky Shea of Becky Shea Design

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Inspired by the astonishing and memorable dance moves of the iconic pop singer, the Turner pendant lamp is an Art Deco lighting fixture handmade in brass and aluminum that boasts all the most special elements of this design movement. The body has five gold plated finished movable arcs, which can all be rotated into the desired position, giving this modern pendant lamp a sense of fun.

Fire Bowls

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“Sculptural fire bowls become a functional piece of art, whether it’s gas-fired or hold wooden fires. These beautiful sculptural bowls are simple to install and simple to use.” — Janice Parker of Janice Parker Landscape Architects

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The drilled shape of this item calls on the great mine of Grasberg, which is the Holy Grail of the mining world. Its man-made hole takes us to the skills of our masterful craftsman that together with the finest materials made this everlasting piece of design. The Grasberg firepit is a tremendous achievement, meeting the perfect balance between a luxury item and a fireplace to light up your life.

Neotenic Furniture and Accessories

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“Our 2020 prediction for what is next is Neotenic furniture and accessories. We love the resurgence of chunky, organic shaped pieces that add an unexpected playfulness to any space.” —Tamara Honey of Decorist

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The Kafe sideboard is a tribute to the rich coffee culture of Madagascar. Made from bronze mirrorstainless steel and the finest wood, Kafe promises to bring warmth and clean-lined minimalism to your living room. This is modern design at its greatest.

Classicism

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“Classicism is back! Busts and Grecian details add the perfect perspective to any contemporary vignette. Embrace these time-honored elements without taking them too seriously—playfulness is the perfect final touch.” — Rayman Boozer of Apartment 48

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Here’s an armchair that proves how powerful exclusive furniture is. It praises craftsmanship as the ultimate form of art that is quite intentionally imperfect. Through its unique existence and shape, the Imperfectio armchair determines its own existence – a stellar addition to your living room.

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