Trends for 2020


What’s trending for the new decade?

I’ve been researching trends for 2020 in graphic design, interior design, fashion, stationery and any other industry I could find.

Here are a few things I found:

Butter Yellow
Polka Dots • Butter Yellow • Classic Blue • 3D realism • Monochrome Color • Line Art • Illustration and Photo Collage • Shiny Metallics • Earthy Colors • Vintage Style • Patterns and Textures – Yayy! • 80’s Fashion – Large earrings, heavy chains and can you believe shoulder pads and chain belts! Ugh (do we really want to do this again) • Color Blocking • I didn’t read this anywhere, but I notice a lot of black in home decor-maybe its because we need something to contrast all the gray • Farm Life • Tribal • Pets • Bees • Florals of all types • Lemons & Citrus • Hand Lettering • Fantasy Unicorns & Mermaids • Celestial • Vintage Floral • Teal and of course Classic Blue.





Polka Dots

If you’d like to see more about Interior Design Trends this is a great article on

Here’s another good article on Graphic Design Trends at Graphic Mama Blog.

Cosmopolitan did a nice piece on Fashion Trends.

Here’s another one on

Etsy’s 2020 Trend Predictions.

For Surface Pattern Design Trends you can follow my Trends 2020 Pinterest Board.




Photo by Paweł Czerwiński on Unsplash

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