Light Upon the Ultimate Lighting Design Trends for 2020 ⇒ The following seven interior design trends will be heavily featured throughout the year in multi-styled interior design settings
2020 will be one of the best years for interior design, especially when it comes to lighting. It is a sector that is constantly changing and has a lot of variables, making it possible for designers to completely reinvent themselves by setting new trends or even giving a modern spin to older ones. Today, Modern Chandeliers delves into some of the most interesting lighting design trends for 2020.
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Geometry and design go hand in hand. Designers and decorators always opt for geometric designs because they can easily be adapted to a space, no matter what the style is. In reference to lighting, you can expect to see a wide range of products with clean lines, minimal decor and sleek materials. Asymmetrical designs will also be a guaranteed trend.
Colorful and/or Frosted Glass Lighting
Glass will be one of the materials used to create outstanding lighting designs. Many designers have opted to use treated glass and colored glass finishes in order to create a patterned aesthetic, take, for example, the Emy-Ely-Evy lamps by Panzeri.
Architectural floor lamps
Introducing floor lamps that highlight architectural features is an excellent way to add drama and character to an interior. For instance, the McQueen floor lamp by LUXXU and the Wo-Tum-Bu Floor lamp by Ingo Maurer are two prime examples of how this kind of lighting can completely complexify an interior.
One trend that is bound to be as strong as ever is biophilic design, especially in offices. Biophilia is all about connecting a space or product with the natural environment, improving one’s well-being. Lighting designs that follow this trend will benefit mainly from organic patterns, natural materials, and an earthy palette, consisting mainly of various shades of green, brown and blue.
Making an authentic comeback, this layered trend tends to be used more in industrial design. Designers opt for a more linear and minimal approach. The Skygarden pendant designed by Marcel Wanders for Flos is a great example of the plaster effect.
While ultra-shiny finishes such as gold-plated will never go out of fashion, this year, it seems like soft finishes, like soft gold, matte black, muted nickel or brushed bronze may actually take center stage. Glamour promises to be more subtle and understated.
In 2020, black will be one of the most predominant colors to be used in interior design, including lighting. From lighter to darker tones, this color grants a modern and timeless character as well as granting a strong visual aspect, especially when combined with noble materials. Take, for example, the Triptico suspension lamp by Boca do Lobo.
There are so many options when it comes to lighting design trends for 2020, but you are bound to see these seven throughout, whether it be residences, hotels or other projects.