Want to know what the most popular home trends are?
We love to know what people are searching for when it comes to home trends, so we were all ears when Made.com revealed their latest research on the most googled interior trends of 2020.
Lots of our favourite interior and home trends were in the Top 10. See if yours were too.
According to Made.com, Vintage Interiors had 76,560 Google searches in 2020, so takes the top spot.
'This year has been hard for everyone and by adding vintage touches around the house, it helps to lift spirits and look back to happier times,' says a spokesperson for Made.com.
Furniture that brings the vintage trend to life includes vintage shaped sofas and pouffes, in decadent, rich coloured velvets or dark leathers. Complement your vintage style soft furnishings by adding quality wooden furniture such as a sideboard, bookcase or a coffee table.
Cool, calm and chic, it's no wonder the trend for Scandinavian style was second in the running at 74,400 searches.
After celebrating its centenary last year, and with 61,560 searches, it's clear the Bauhaus art movement still continues to influence modern design.
4. ART DECO
Another popular design movement from the twentieth century, Art Deco styles and shapes have had a resurgence in recent years and continue to be a key look, notching up 56,160 searches.
Perennially chic, Industrial style was no. 5 with 51,480 searches. Honest materials, like steel and wood, in shapes and styles that are familiar to us, such as factory pendants and Crittal-style doors and windows exemplify this look and tend to have a grounding effect on us.
Louche living never really goes out of style, and is all about not trying too hard.
Much like Scandinavian style, there's an ascetic aesthetic to the trend for Japanese style that's instantly calming, no wonder it had 36,720 searches. It's also given way to the hybrid Japandi trend that blends the pared-back simplicity of both cultural interiors looks.
Typified by loft or apartment living, this look is all clean lines, minimal pattern and elegant simplicity.
Still popular, most cool modern homes are a blend of retro and contemporary pieces that give way to a timeless feel. The key is 'just retro enough', after all, no-one wants to live in a museum.
As much as we love it, we'll admit we were surprised that this came in at no. 10, but with 33,600 searches the gothic look is not as niche as it once was. Taxidermy and Victoriana add a cool gothic edge to interiors - and it's a home trend that's still alive and kicking.
To arrive at these findings, Made.com analysed the UK average monthly search volume on Google for over 50 interior trends. The average monthly volumes were multiplied by 12 to give a full year’s figure.
See the biggest interior trends for 2021