2020 Holiday Decor Trends

It seems that the holiday season is beginning early this year. According to recent trends, consumers plan to shop earlier this year to avoid inventory issues and shipping delays. With many of us spending more time at home this year, holiday home decorating will happen earlier than before. Are you ready to discover popular holiday trends for 2020 and how you can create these looks in your own home?

1.) Navy – This color had a significant influence on the home décor industry, as you see it in furniture, accessories, paint, and even holiday décor! Navy pairs with so many colors, including silver, gold, platinum, and red. If you have navy accents in your home, definitely consider bringing navy into your holiday décor!

2.) Platinum – Platinum is the new neutral of choice! This tone falls between silver and gold and tends to be a little softer. Platinum is the perfect companion shade that will make your décor festive and unique.

3.) Metal — This fun element is excellent to bring holiday cheer. Consider incorporating large oversized jingle bells, tabletop pieces, and ornaments. Try a mixed metal theme and focus on golds, silvers, and platinum.

4.) Nutcracker — This is a new trend in holiday décor. The nutcracker theme brings elegance, as it incorporates fun colors of red, green, gold, and navy. Add nutcrackers into the body of your tree or bringing in a playful plaid or nutcracker ribbon.

5.) Farmhouse- The Farmhouse trend is still going very strong. Farmhouse elements include cozy plaid prints, rustic details like berries, and natural woods. This trend can consist of a more neutral palette or be full of bright red berries.

From the traditional holiday dinner and everything in between, there is a yearning for tradition this holiday season like never before. There are so many ways to make your holiday décor unique and stand out from the years prior. Begin planning your holiday theme décor A.S.A.P and watch your vision come to life!

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