Holiday decorating trends for 2020
Decorating for the holidays is always an exciting task! We get to take out our favorite decor and turn our homes into a festive wonderland. Holiday celebrations might feel and look different this year, but decorating your home is still a must. I made a list of my favorite holiday decorating trends for 2020 for you to take into your home this season.
Shades of blue
As the 2020 Pantone Color of the Year, Classic Blue undoubtedly has an influence on the holiday decor we see in stores today, helping us create the perfect winter wonderland. This charming shade of blue pairs well with other classic holiday colors such as navy and purple and is sure to be the biggest holiday trend of the year. You can incorporate Classic Blue and other shades of blue with string lights, throw pillows or a piece of art. Consider decorating with a piece from Sue’s collection such as “Creation” shown here. This oil-on-canvas painting showcases a stunning palette and will take your decor up a notch or two.
Vintage designs and throwback elements are on the rise, so their entry into the holiday decorations section of stores is no surprise. Beautiful vintage pieces in silver, gold and copper complement the deep color palettes of winter and make for great accent pieces at your dinner table, on the mantle or in your living space. Whether you’re looking for a touch of elegance or a hint of rustic, consider adding a candelabra to your dining table decor for a classic centerpiece.
Fresh, raw elements are fantastic, lively pieces that give your classic holiday decorations a new breath of life. Natural elements can include pieces of greenery, foliage or natural woods. Most natural elements consist of a neutral color pallet and are a great touch for anyone looking to freshen up the traditional. Natural elements, such as fresh greenery with hints of berries, are great additions to your fireplace mantle or can be made into a beautiful wreath to welcome holiday guests.
Are you looking for holiday decor advice? Contact Sue for a free consultation. Give her a call at 901-409-7870 for help!