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2020 is nearly over and we think it's safe to say, everyone is relieved about that! This year has been a strange and difficult year for all of us, and we are all routing for a better year in 2021.
Our homes have seen many trends and lockdown DIYs this year, we thought it would be fun to do some research and find out what interior colours and trends that are set to be on trend in 2021! Keep reading to find out the new colour paletes and decor styles are for next year!
Have you spotted wall hangings and decor pieces that look a little like this and wondered what they are? Well they are in fact, Macramé!
This is a textile technique that uses a method of knotting, rather than weaving or knitting, and we think it's pretty stylish if we do say so! This style of decor has peeped it's way in through 2020 and it is definitely here to stay!
The textures and funky fringing that this unique textile method creates, adds the ultimate bohemian and scandi touch to any space. And we are here for it!
Line art and paintings made it's way into style in 2020 and it is here to stay! This simplistic yet abstract form of art adds an area of interest and is a real conversation starter for any room. The loosely painted lines can be interpreted as many things to different people, the most popular seem to be of the human form which we love! Not only does this chic style of art go with almost any decor style, we are also celebrating and embracing the female form in our homes.
We have always spotted quite a few line drawings that are just simple loose single line drawings, which can be a great option if you are looking to add some subtle art to your walls. We've included some of favourite picks out there right now!
If you've never heard of dried pampas grass and flower bouquets, you must have been living under a rock these past few months! It has been making appearances on our favourite home accounts on the gram lately and we are not mad at it!
Pampas grass originates from South America and when dried, it's feathery and fluffy plumes can be used to create beautiful flower arrangements alongside other dried flowrs and plants.
It also lasts up to three years, we can see why people love it so much! Little to no aftercare and it looks amazing. Win, win!
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