Highlights January 2020

2020 Home Design and Décor Trends

As 2019 fades into the rearview, it’s time to ring in the new year and a new decade with fresh home design and décor.

Now is the perfect time to update your living space and incorporate bold colors, eye-catching patterns and new fabrics. Get the dish on the hottest home décor trends of 2020 that’ll be making a statement everywhere.

Non-White Kitchens. All-white kitchens have reigned supreme for generations as timeless, chic, and clean. In the new year, homeowners will be searching for alternatives to white cabinets, adding color to their backsplash, and incorporating pattern using fun tiles. Another great idea is to integrate wood using open shelving, countertops and drawers.

Statement-Making Laundry Rooms. Aesthetically pleasing laundry rooms have been trending in the design world for the last few years and will continue to gain popularity. In 2020, it’s predicted that these rooms will feature vibrant, energizing colors, patterns and accents. Designers are experimenting with creative design features such as chalkboard walls, unique storage solutions and vibrant wallpaper to breathe some life into this space.

Bold Powder Rooms. For years, it’s been popular to have one accent wall in the powder room in order to spruce up the small space. Looking forward, wallpaper will continue to be the star of bathrooms, but designers are opting to go a step bolder by wrapping the entire room in an eclectic print or using a textured tile.

Goodbye Gray, Hello Blue. Both Pantone and Sherwin Williams announced their color of the year for 2020 are shades of blue. From classic blue (Pantone) to navy (Sherwin Williams), blue creates a neutral color palette for any room and pairs well with lighter colors, bold jewel tones and even metallics. Shades of blue are becoming more common in furniture and décor, which can create soft ambiance or a bold statement.

Wallpaper and Texture for Depth. A single statement wall will no longer be enough to grab attention in 2020. Patterned or textured wallpaper and porcelain tiles are a subtle way to add depth and character to any room. To create a surprising yet aesthetic feature, consider applying on the ceiling for an unexpected design element.

The Maricopa County Home and Garden Show, Friday through Sunday January 10 to 12, at the Arizona State Fairgrounds will showcase more than 1,000 vendors featuring these trends, the Tiny Homes Street of Dreams, DIY demonstrations and seminars and more! For additional information and pricing, visit MCHomeshows.com or call (602)485-1691.

Written by: Katie Jones, Maricopa County Home Shows


Katie Jones is the General Manager of Maricopa County Home Shows (MCHS), a locally owned family run business that has been part of the valley for more than 25 years. Jones joined the Home Show team 12 years ago to work with her mother in the family business. MCHS is rated in the top 10 consumer shows in the nation and Jones plans to maintain that rating and to be a leader across the country. She hopes to provide an educational and fun experience for show guests as they shop for their home improvement needs.

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