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We recently presented the fashionable colors for the season, and today we bring you the trends in autumn winter decoration 2020-2021. We consulted with the decorator-designer Johanna Cosme, who told us about everything that will be trendy for home. During this season we will be seeing furniture made of natural fibers, fabrics rich in textures, and exposed walls as focal points. Keep reading and find out everything that will be fashionable to decorate your home this fall-winter.
Fashion textiles in autumn winter 2020 decoration
We will be seeing the biggest trend in composition for this and the coming seasons in the use of layers and textures in spaces. To create that effect we can use throws rich in texture, layered area rugs and pillows oversized with woven covers. This is a great and easy way to incorporate textured fabrics into our spaces. Another textile that has been very fashionable and continues to sweep this season is velvet. Velvet furniture is capable of transforming your decoration with its elegance and soft texture.
Trending materials to decorate this fall-winter
Among the most “in” material trends of the season is the use of rattan and natural fibers indoors. Rattan is having a great time, it is a material that has evolved in fresh and exciting ways, be it in chairs, tables or lighting. It is the perfect layer to balance the modern and traditional style. In addition, it is a super necessary element to achieve the boho-chic style that many of us love. In the next year we expect more of the natural, bringing the soul and the elements of nature.
Terrazzo resurfaces in decoration
Another material that we have been seeing in resurgence for some time is terrazzo. This typical marble floor used in Venetian houses more than 500 years ago, had its initial reappearance in the 70’s, and was used a lot in Puerto Rico. In 2019, the material had its return, and it has become popular with designers once again. The terrazzo that we see today is a mixture of larger chips of marble, quartz, granite and glass, with lower density, with a more striking graphic appearance, and different and atypical colors. We will probably continue to see this material in use for the next decade, but not just on floors, but also in kitchens and living room furniture. This graphic pattern will appear printed on wallpapers, fabrics, and even woven carpets!
Exposed and textured walls
With the pinks, greens, blues and terracotta shades so strongly in vogue, unfinished exposed walls are a great option to rediscover. The exposed brick finish or a similar texture, in addition to being beautiful in industrial-style spaces, is perfect for adding an eclectic and raw touch in the Scandinavian-influenced and minimalist interiors that we are seeing in recent times.
Also the textured ones have been sweeping this season, achieving walls that become focal points of the space.