We’re spending a lot more time at home than we’ve ever done before so making sure it is just how we want it has become more of a priority.

Whether that’s freshening up the walls, buying new furniture or giving your home a complete makeover – 2020 has certainly been the year for the DIY-ers.

Also emerging from 2020 are the ever-changing home decor trends – accent walls are becoming a thing of the past while darker and bolder colours prove more popular.

Up to date with the latest trends in home decor, And So To Bed sell some of the world’s finest luxury beds, mattresses, bedding and furniture and are not only helping its customer in terms of style, its sleep experts also put a lot of work into helping its customers get a great night’s sleep.

And So To Bed say: “For over 40 years, we have been

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Interior decoration trends change as seasons changes and you may not have to do major overhauls to meet current season trends as few key inputs and removals can set the right mood for fall. While summer brings in bright sunny colors with cheerful hues, fall and winter usually season are signified by earthy tones and rich textures that evoke warmth. Top decoration experts feel that this year lighting, fabrics and several other details will play an active role in setting trends for fall. Find these ideas here along with some of our inputs that can help you become the fall trendsetter in your neighborhood.

1. Indigo blue



a living room filled with furniture and a fire place: 1. Indigo blue


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1. Indigo blue

Classic indigo blue will play a big part during this fall season specifically with white and multiple shades of navy.

2. Cozy seating arrangements



a living room filled with furniture and a large window: 2. Cozy seating arrangements


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2. Cozy seating arrangements

With

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No matter if you started listening to Christmas music back in March or you prefer to put off decorating until post-Thanksgiving, it seems that the holiday season is beginning extra early this year. According to data from the coupon and deals website RetailMeNot, 31 percent of consumers plan to shop early this year in order to avoid inventory issues and shipping delays. “In-store foot traffic is down due to the pandemic, so we will continue to see shoppers shifting to shopping online throughout the holidays,” says Sara Skirboll, the shopping and trends expert at RetailMeNot. Plus, with many of us spending more time at home this year, we predict that holiday home decorating—both inside and out—will happen earlier than ever.

Eager to welcome some holiday cheer into your home? We asked the trend experts at Etsy, Pinterest, Home Depot, and Bloomingdale’s for their predictions for the top holiday decor trends … Read More

Home designs are getting updated based on what stay-at-home workers, learners need.

“Our home used to be an escape from the daily routine, and now more than ever it has become our shelter from the outside world. Now our home may be more part of our daily routine, too,” said Cristina Miguelez, remodeling specialist for Fixr, a resource for home remodeling projects.

“As more people are starting to work from home, do homeschooling, exercise at home or even enjoy the holidays at home, we may start having the need to ‘escape from home,’ which may translate into creating new spaces within our houses where we relax, where we work or where we carry out certain activities like exercising or studying. This will allow us to separate our routine from our respite.”

More and better designed spaces for people to gather is a practical fix, especially in kitchens as people cook

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Kitchen design trends come and go—we’re looking at you, Formica counters and avocado-green refrigerator!—which means you might get sucked into a fad now and then. But despite all of these passing whims, there are certain classic kitchen looks that will never go out of style.

Certain kitchen decor styles endure for good reason: They are simply designed, are beautiful to behold, and tend to appeal to a wide audience. And since kitchens are expensive to build and upgrade, embracing timeless trends in this space is a smart move for homeowners.


So if you want a kitchen you’ll love for years to come (or maybe even sell sometime in the future), it’s smart to stick with what’s tried and true. To help in this endeavor,

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Whether you are adding a new shower in your bathroom or updating an old shower, walk-in showers with glass doors are still very popular.

When you are planning the project, you and your shower glass professional need to discuss what type of shower enclosure and glass doors will best meet your lifestyle.

The exact dimensions of your shower space will be needed, as well as how much room you have between the shower and other fixtures, and the amount of time you want to invest in daily cleanup.


 Frameless clear glass enclosures are still the most popular choice for showers. A protective coating can be added to protect the glass from hardwater and soap scum.

Frameless glass makes a space feel modern, larger and open. Clear glass allows you to showcase tilework, and beautiful hardware inside

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A forever home deserves a forever bathroom, one that will stand the test of time.

This may mean putting aside any thoughts of laying down miles of pink tile or installing that funky sink shaped like a wooden trough. No, this is one room where the classics should truly reign supreme.

Not sure what “classic” really means when it comes to bathroom design? Think simple, bright, airy, and clean.


Imagine the nicest hotel bathroom you’ve ever seen: a pretty tub, gleaming chrome fixtures, and stylish yet simple tile in all-white or neutral shades.

As part of our continuing series, “Timeless Home Design Trends,” we’re covering every room in the house—and the bathroom is up next.

Behold the top 10 timeless trends to install in

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Our homes are the center of our worlds these days, and between all the online yoga classes, digital playdates, and late-night bread baking, we’re all just trying our best to make staying in feel extra comforting. One surprisingly simple way to up the cozy factor? Look to the great outdoors. “Incorporating natural elements in our decor can instantly make us feel more grounded and peaceful,” explains Etsy Trend Expert Dayna Isom Johnson. “Rich, organic materials, ultra-soft fabrics, and soothing motifs like shells and sunsets are transforming our living spaces into tranquil havens—and keeping us connected to the outside world.” Whether you find calm in curling up in a cotton throw or reassurance in hanging a seedling in a sunny window and watching it grow, these six nature-inspired home decor trends are sure to take your nesting to the next level.

’70s sunsets

There’s nothing quite like witnessing a breathtaking natural

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If there’s one perfect moment to update your home, it’s at the start of a new decade. After 10 years of the same old, same old, now is the time to roll on one of the top paint colors, refresh the heart of your home with one of our favorite kitchen ideas, or simply add a new piece of art to your gallery wall. And if you want to make a serious statement this year, then try incorporating one of the hottest home decor trends of 2020.

To find the home ideas that are about to be everywhere, we went straight to our favorite interior design pros. From navy paint and floral wallpaper to colored cabinets and free-standing tubs, these are the 2020 home decor trends that experts can’t wait to see. Whether you love trends or will typically go to great lengths to avoid them, there are

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Although it might not feel like it when you’re quarantined in your living room, spring is here. And while the usual outdoor festivities will likely get cut short or canceled altogether, that doesn’t mean you can’t still appreciate the changing of the seasons inside your home.

Especially when it comes to the lush selection of new looks coming out right now. We’ve consulted with designers from coast to coast about the hottest decor styles of the season, and we’re bringing you five you absolutely won’t want to live without.

Ready to fall hard into spring decor fever? Keep scrolling.

1. Rustic cluster globe lighting


Photo by Globe Electric 
Why buy one new lamp when you could have three? We’re seeing cluster globe lighting everywhere this season, from the bathroom to dining room.

“Multiple hanging lights are extremely popular,” says Pamela Durkin of Pamela Durkin Designs. “They come in so many

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