Planning on Home Remodeling in Houston? Watch for These Home Design Trends
Publish Date
March 5, 2020
Jesse Coody

Jesse Coody

Jesse Coody is a native Houstonian who installed his first roof at age thirteen. Ever since, he’s had a passion for construction. He holds over 20 years of project management and sales experience in residential and commercial construction. He graduated from SFA in 1998 with a degree in business, then he went on to manage and facilitate large-scale commercial projects, working on high profile projects, such as Alief High School, ABC Pest Control, and Goodwill. From there, he transitioned back to the Residential sector, preferring the client interaction and the project personality involved. He’s great at building relationships and solving problems. Jesse joined Hestia as a Renovation Specialist in 2017. Jesse loves to be outdoors and spends his free time fishing, camping, hunting, or at the beach. He also enjoys reading and being with his family and friends.

Planning on Home Remodeling in Houston? Watch for These Home Design Trends

The early months of the new year are a good time to make plans for home remodeling Houston. Renovation and redecorating can rejuvenate an existing space. If you’re looking for a fresh start for a new decade, consider these Home Design Trends that are popular in 2020.

1. Eclectic Décor

According to the philosophy of eclectic décor, pieces from different eras can come together in one space and complement one another. This style is considered a counterpoint to minimalism, but keep in mind that eclectic doesn’t mean “cluttered.” Instead, think of yourself as a curator: You choose the best pieces from the collection to display alongside one another. Eclectic design allows you to tell your unique individual history without words, making this décor very popular.

2. Charging Station

All members of your family probably use individual electronic devices like smartphones, laptops, and tablets for purposes of household finance, schoolwork, and entertainment. Therefore, it is a good idea to have a charging station available where all those devices can plug in at one spot. It is convenient to locate the charging station in a mudroom or other entry/exit point that has a lot of traffic like the kitchen or living room.

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3. Warmer Palette

Even here in the Southwest, cool grays have been the go-to neutral color for home interiors, particularly the walls. Although gray may still be very relevant, people have started to embrace warmer neutrals such as beige or brown. Make varying your interior wall colors a priority in your Houston remodeling project if they are all currently the same gray shade. If you currently have only one shade of color in your home, try adding different shades of that same color to the different rooms. This will create a great contrast and depth to any room your guests walk into, keeping the same theme in a different style.

4. Dark Blue

Although choosing a warm color palette for your home is trending, blue is very popular this year, too. Sherwin Williams and Pantone each choose colors of the year, and for 2020 they are on the same wavelength in choosing shades of blue: “naval” and “classic,” respectively. Even if you embrace the warmer palette, you can still incorporate blue. Dark blue accents look stunning against warm neutrals like beige or khaki.

5. Outdoor Living

Indoor/outdoor living is increasingly popular, especially in areas like Texas with warm climates. When planning home renovations Houston, consider extending the back room into the backyard. This not only provides comfortable seating on the patio during nice weather, but it also makes it easier to entertain.

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6. Organic Elements

While extending your living area into the backyard brings the indoors out, organic elements are a way to bring the outdoors in. Either technique is fine on its own, but combining the two creates a more seamless blend of the indoor/outdoor life. Some people incorporate organic elements in a subtle way, such as rugs woven with natural fibers, bouquets of dried flowers, or even a table made of natural wood.

7. Patterned Wallpaper

The overall trend for 2020 is design that is both more personal and more dynamic. Patterned wallpaper is a way to make a room really pop. You can also try variations on wallpaper with coverings that add texture to the walls. Examples include reclaimed wood, upholstered panels, or the use plaster and paint to create a faux stucco look.

8. Expansion of Master Suites

Homeowners are starting to look at the bedroom and bathroom as more than just an area for sleeping and grooming. The master suite is a haven for centering, relaxation, and self-care. People are spending more time in the master suite and as a result, these areas are being expanded to include a sitting area in the master bedroom or a soaking tub in the bath. You can try sacrificing some of your home’s square footage for a project expansion like this.

9. Zen Dens

Does your open floor plan sometimes seem a little too open? If so, you are not alone. Perhaps the biggest interior design trend for 2020 is the Zen den, a living space that is more closed off and separate from the rest of the area to facilitate a private conversation or allow you to read in relative solitude.

Home Remodeling in Houston and Other Texas Locations

Hestia Construction & Design offers services for the whole home or one particular room. Contact us via phone or email today to learn more about these new home design trends.

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