Interior and Furniture Trends for 2020 (House Beautiful)
Designers predict reinvigorated enthusiasm for antiques, despite what you may have heard about millennials not wanting their parents' furniture (it's not true!). "As the decade comes to a close, and we move into the future, I predict a greater return to embracing the past," muses Jamie Drake, who designed this interior featuring an 18th-century giltwood chair. "The under-appreciated, and very under-valued, antiques of the 18th- and 19th-century will be reevaluated." Expect to see them mixed in with modern and contemporary pieces for truly unique and personal spaces.Says Jenny Kirschner of JDK Interiors: "I believe we'll see a trend to 'not be trendy,' but to be more personalized and individualized in furniture choices and in how we as designers combine aesthetics. The fear of mixing your grandmother's antique chest into a room filled with contemporary pieces has really dissipated over the last few years."
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