Updating your interiors for the new season has never been easier. All you need is a few home accessories; think statement rugs, urban jungles, gallery walls and oversized clocks. Stay ahead of the curve with the latest interiors trends as we look ahead to 2020. Read on below to discover what’s hot for the new year…
According to Dulux, Tranquil Dawn, has been named ‘Colour of the Year’ for 2020. Sitting smack bang in the middle of blue, green and grey makes Tranquil Dawn very versatile. It works wonders in different settings, warm, soft, neutral or bright. Slap this shade into your interiors and you’ll be bang on trend. Just like our Scandi-style wall clock , Mr Clarke, in Bubble Green.
Mixing old and new
This season is all about mix and match interior styles. No longer a one size fits all approach to interior design, people are fusing old with new, classic with modern and minimalist with maximalism. Our latest mid-century modern clock styles are the perfect choice.
Dark Doors / Cabinets
By using dark colours, interiors can feel warm and rich. If you don’t want to go all out painting your kitchen cabinets charcoal grey, why not opt for navy or black home accessories to add some personality. Like a large brass wall clock with a contrasting petrol-blue dial.
Have fun with colour
Embrace colour in 2020. Whether it’s in your wardrobe or on your walls, colour is big for the new season. Despite actually being slightly colour blind, Newgate founder and head designer, Jim, wanted to inject lots of bright shades into our latest clock styles and the new G6 watch collection. From millennial pink to gen Z yellow and everything in between, add a splash of colour to your interiors and brighten up the walls with a statement oversized wall clock.
Reach for the sky
Look up for the latest inspiration when it comes to your interiors. We’re talking night sky wallpaper, cosmic tiles, zodiac pattern plates or just a subtle hint in your accessories. We’ve added space-age designs to some of our new wall clock and mantelpiece clock collections, so you can combine this new trend into your interior aesthetic now.