15-Home Trends You Have to Keep Your Eyeballs on Right Now and 2021
Home Improvement for Fall/Winter 2020-2021
Many of us are anxiously waiting for 2020 to end. While that may be true, there are some fantastic things going on in the with home improvement. Not to mention, fads may stick around for years to come, giving them some permanency. Here are 15-home trends to keep your eyeballs on launching you into next year. Learn home improvement for Fall/Winter 2020-2021.
1.) Glass Doors Make a Beautiful Addition
Glass doors are breaking some banks with homeowners. While they can be expensive, they make a beautiful addition to any home. But kitchens are where we see this material take off. Closets, panty and cupboards are where you’ll find designer and glass surfaces. The only downfall to these is keeping the contents neat and tidy. You can opt-in for darker etched glass.
2.) Now Trending, 2020 Paint Colors
Paint is always trending at the home improvement sections of the hardware store. For 2021, trending paint colors for Fall/Winter are orange, purple and beige. A tip from our top interior designers: Use brighter colors to paint the front door to spruce up your curb appeal. Are you a fan of orange, red and turquoise? Try these shades to beautify or decorate the entranceway.
3.) Wallpaper is Back in Style
Wallpaper is nothing new, but it is trending once again. Now, we aren’t talking about Auntie Em’s floral print, but we see textures with simple and solid colors making a comeback. If you go with a print of some sorts, select something you can live with for a very long time. Wallpaper can be costly, and it’s not so fun to tear down.
4.) Pay Attention to the Door Ringer
If you ask anyone what is the one item of the home, no one pays attention to until its ringing. The doorbell is not a big focus, but when it’s a work of art, it is the details that count. The difference between updated and outdated is in the details. Nearly everyone has a doorbell but we are seeing a lot of homeowners dismantling these gems and choosing smart home device. Everyone wants to avoid waking the baby and making the dog freak out. Ring acts like a video doorbell.
This technology is becoming the hottest item, replacing the older cheap rectangle with plastic button and a ringer that drives ya nuts.
Speaking of hot coffee and tea bars are home improvements, trending for Northern Colorado. A good deal of coffee-addicts enjoy an excellent brew and miss visiting their favorite coffee houses. These folks are taking their coffee or tea break a step further by making a nook just like Starbucks or The Human Bean. Set up your counter with a nice espresso maker, some fancy cups, and don’t forget the fixings like cinnamon and chocolate syrup.
Polyurethane Foam is trend-setting in places like Tik-Tok and Pinterest. If you’re crafty, you’ll love using this material. Creating borders around mirrors to making sculptures, P.U. foam is great and easy to work with. You can add texture and paint to color or change the surface. Seems weird but, yes, it’s a thing.
7.) Textures and Textile Ideas on Top of the List
Speaking of textures, ceilings are getting a lot of attention with tiles. Gold-foil and fleur-de-lis are top of list for beautiful home improvement. Love this look and it dresses up any room with style.
8.) Check the Wine Refrigerator.
The wine fridge is incredible, making this a popular item for many home buyers. More people are asking for these or adding them once they close on their house. They are nice to have and you can get as crazy as you’d like. Bigger or compact is all a matter of preference.
9.) Nice LED Invention to Brighten Up 2020
An LED light plate is something you’re going to want in every room. These handy items don’t take up space or outlets with the all-in-one switch plate. Don’t forget to place them everywhere!
10.) Arcadia Trail Trends with Dog Tents
Since most Coloradoans are dog owners, we have to introduce you to the pup tent. Arcadia Trail came up with the perfect size pop-up tent ideal for dogs. You can use the tents indoors and out and they store nicely. Best part you can buy them at PetSmart.
11.) Built-Ins are H-U-G-E
Built-ins are H-U-G-E with homebuyers. If you’re looking to maximize your investment, incorporate shelves, entertainment center and desks to a room building value and equity. These add-ons make it easy for agents to sell as they use the upgrades as featured-attractions.
12.)The Home Office is More Popular than Ever.
Create a home office. While we learned a few things during Covid, we found out we could work from home. Sometimes employers made their staff remote permanently. We also learned our students and career driven folks need a separate space. If you have the room, make this your project to improve value.
13.) Outdoor Living Spaces are Dreamy for Colorado
Outdoor living spaces have become more than a fad. We see almost every size home has a special place for lounging and entertaining with nature. Colorado is a wonderful state to have a patio, deck or lanai.
Many of you start or end your day with a healthy workout. When gyms closed, there were some big heartbreaks. We also live in an area where we get exercise by hiking and such, but many solved the closure problem with creating a home-gym. These rooms can fit in some small spaces, but a bedroom can be the ultimate fitness center. Just make sure your equipment is installed properly to avoid injuries.
15.) Mushroom Plushy Chair is a Big Hit for Home Decor
Now, this next trend is a mindblower for 2020. The plushy mushroom chair is a big hit for décor. It’s not for everyone but it looks fun in a garden room, spa-like bathroom or in front of the fireplace. This is a sturdy and functional stool where you’ll find is also a favorite spot for guests to sit.
We covered a lot of territory here, from mushroom chairs to tents for your dog. Trends aren’t always permanent, but some can become popular and offer longevity. Keep in mind, some of these are key value for any home when looking to sell.
If you found this article entertaining and informative, let us know how we can improve. Tell us what other topics you’d like to learn more about? Drop us a line.
I look forward to hearing from you.