New Decade, New Trends in Real Estate
Extended time at home because of the Corona Virus has us exploring home upgrades and renovation. Simple upgrades that increase happiness and value have been the focus as of late.
Now let's take a look at how styles are changing as we head into the third decade of the millennia. Keeping up with current style trends and making incremental upgrades ensures that you don’t find yourself in decades old home. Outdated homes take longer to sell and sell for considerably less than their updated counterparts. Secondly, keeping your home updated adds joy to your life, it's a simple fact!
So, let’s dive into the design trends in real estate that are making a splash in 2020. These styles are not for everyone or every home. So use your design savvy to determine which motivate and which fall flat.
Sustainability is in and quick furniture is out
The first trends in real estate - eco-consciousness has infiltrated every aspect of the home and home furniture is no exception. Quick furniture, similar to the products IKEA sells are becoming less popular. Consumers are moving to higher quality items that are built well and showcase more individual style. The environmentally friendly and non-toxic furniture segment should gain more market share in 2020 and beyond.