The Latest Interior Design Trends You’ll Find at the 2020 Wellington Home and Interiors Show
Christine Neil / Friday, 27 September 2019 / Categories: News, Wellington Show

The Latest Interior Design Trends You’ll Find at the 2020 Wellington Home and Interiors Show

The Home & Interiors show is the best Wellington event to discover what’s trending in interior design right now. If you’re building or doing any home renovations, you want the design to be as modern and current as possible so that your home stands tall amongst a housing market that is constantly being updated.

You might be struggling with where to start or have hit a roadblock on your home renovation plans – we’ve all been there! Which is why we’ve rounded up some impressive trends to look out for at this year’s show. Let’s jump right in!


Less is more, and it’s been this way ever since the minimalism movement began in the mid-20th century and completely rocked the world of interior design. Now, if you’re at all a fan of clean lines, open space or any kind of simplicity within your design, you can guarantee this is influenced by minimalism. It goes hand in hand with the modernism concept of ‘form follows function’, which means that the decoration of an interior should be guided by the function of it.

Natural Textures

There will always be a place for texture in interior design, and this year marks a huge revival in textures that come from nature. Wild, wheat floral textures are taking over wallpapers and textiles, while the timeless wood grain is undergoing a strong revival. Whether it’s warm oak tones mixed with earthy greens and teal blues, or a rustic beige natural setting, cabinets, benchtops, furniture and even statement doors are trending with this texture and are a great idea to look at for future home renovations.  

The Highlights:

Home staging and interior design brand Foxx and Filly will have a huge range of their modern furniture on show this year. Their style incorporates bohemian textures and patterns with a modern look, and some stand out pieces include their rustic textured jute rugs, and cane accents on modern style furniture.


The environment is trending, people. It’s time to wake up and smell the roses that grow from your living wall or sit back and listen to the silence that is solar energy. More and more home design companies are embracing this trend and implementing a much more sustainable and natural way of building homes. If you’re building a new home, it’s the perfect opportunity to jump on this trend (that we hope is here to stay) and make design choices that will reduce your family’s carbon footprint in the long run.

The Highlight:

There are a huge number of brands at this year’s show that are embracing future-forward, sustainable design and we are so excited to share them with you.

Statement Fixtures

As much as minimalism and earthy tones are in at the moment, there will always be a place for the eccentric, art lovers who want to translate beauty into their homes. 

A Trend for Any Trendsetter

No matter what trends in interior design you’re loving (or hating) at the moment, you’ll surely find something you absolutely love at this year’s Home and Interiors Show. Don’t miss out – check out the 2020 Wellington Home & Interiors Event page for more information!

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