The word “luxury” means many things to many people. But in 2020, industry experts have identified a number of luxury home trends for this new decade. Here are our top five luxury home trends for 2020.
Upgrade your bathroom with contemporary designs
Luxury homeowners do not want to feel boxed in. That’s why according to Forbes, contemporary bathroom designs are popular in today’s luxury home market. In fact, they’ve noticed no threshold showers and free standing “island” tubs making their way into a majority of luxury homes. These open, stand-alone designs allow luxury homeowners to embrace the open-concept plans that are popular in today’s designs while giving a unique twist to traditional and frequently used spaces.
Add wine refrigerators and storage
What better way to end your day than with a perfectly chilled, aged glass of burgundy? To never have to worry about wine going bad, luxury homeowners are adding sophisticated wine refrigerators and storage to their homes. Many wine refrigerator and cooler models can be built right into your existing kitchen cabinetry or island.
Incorporate navy blue into your space
The 2020 Pantone Color of the Year is Classic Blue, which is a shade of navy. As the Color of the Year, this means you can expect to see a lot of navy incorporated into luxury home décor in 2020. Luckily for homeowners, the color is versatile and sophisticated. By utilizing the color on an accent wall or statement furniture piece, you can add a pop of color to any room without taking away from existing pieces. It’s the perfect complement.
Avoid a traditional dining table in the kitchen
According to Elle Décor, traditional dining tables have been replaced this season. Instead, luxury homeowners are incorporating upholstered, more comfortable chairs into their homes. These chairs lend themselves to a “let’s spend more time here” ambiance and encourages people to spend more time in their beautiful, luxury homes.
Minimalism is out and maximalism is in
Like most luxury homeowners do, maximalism is about embracing the grandeur. Minimalism focused on toning things down and having a simple, straightforward design. Maximalism is the complete opposite. Maximalism encourages you to incorporate big, bold, bright colors and patterns into your home. Go ahead and hang that abstract painting above your classic blue armoire. While maximalism does take some restraint and walks a fine line between good design and gaudy, it does give luxury homeowners the ability to showcase all their treasures without having to hold back or pick favorites. Maximalism is showing us that more is more.
If you’re searching for the latest and greatest in luxury that has already embraced these 2020 design trends, look no further than Omega at Bonita Bay. Rising 27 stories above the Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico’s skyline, Omega at Bonita Bay has an unsurpassed list of luxury amenities such as day cabanas, fitness center with massage, steam room, locker rooms and poolside day beds, expansive waterfront views and extraordinary appointments that come standard with every condominium. Located just minutes from Naples, and close to miles of pristine beaches, residents have earned this address, and will soon discover why Omega is the luxury standard.
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