But home is where the heart is and we know that many thousands of people kept themselves occupied during their time in isolation by tending to their gardens and improving the four walls around them.
It could be something you’re considering doing yourself this summer if you’re going to stay at home and invest your holiday money into some home improvements instead.
What would be the most fashionable enhancements to make at your home right now?
Six months in, here are some of the biggest home trends to have emerged so far, should you wish to copy them:
A study of the 20 most popular interior trends for 2020 was recently carried out and the top search term was for ‘Scandinavian design’ which first came to prominence in the 1950’s.
Characterised by minimalism, simplicity, and functionality, the Scandi-style is very pared back and uncluttered, generally incorporating light, wooden flooring, white walls and cool grey and blue textiles and eco-friendly materials.
Even the most optimistic person could be excused for feeling a little blue recently as it’s been a difficult situation for everyone.
Things can only get better and you need to look on the bright side of life, literally!
Many of the top home interior designers have added bright colours to their colour palettes and your mood is bound to be lifted by a vibrant yellow or peachy pink.
If you don’t want to over-commit to a dazzling colour and repaint a whole room in it, you can always add elements of it with a few soft furnishings.
If they didn’t already, anyone with a garden will have realised just how valuable their outdoor space is – it may have made you cherish yours.
To make your garden feel like a true extension of your house and to open it out, it needs the addition of a sliding door into the rear wall of the property, most typically a bi-folding door or patio doors
Because it can be fully folded to one side, a bi-folding door will create the largest opening of the three options, and it’s also regarded as being the most stylish.
West Yorkshire Windows supplies and fits both door types and can help you jump on-board that particular trend. Get a FREE quote for either door here.
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