2020 has been the year of home improvements. Spending days at a time cooped up in our homes
has forced many of us to re-evaluate our living spaces. From make-shift office spaces, to clearing out
rooms to make way for workout areas, to becoming tiresome of our outdated décor, we’ve all had to
adapt and make our homes truly liveable.
With both small businesses huge corporations alike, including Google, Amazon and Sony Music,
announcing their plans to keep their workforce at home until at least 2021, office furniture has seen
a rapid increase in demand. Beautiful office pieces, which integrate well with home décor, are
quickly becoming all the rage. Separating your ‘work’ area from your ‘living’ area is important for a
healthy work-life balance, so it’s worth considering introducing a dedicated workspace within your
According to Red Online, the phrase ‘sustainable furniture’ has seen a 430.57% increase in search
volume. We’ve seen calls for sustainability dominate the foods market, as well as the fast fashion
industry as of late, and we suspect the time has come for furniture. When creating our brand, it was
paramount that we produced sturdy, high-quality furniture, which would serve our customers for
years to come. Furniture which could even be passed through generations, with only the highest
quality materials, which is even sourced locally.
We are also seeing a rapid increase in minimal, sleek, Scandinavian furniture styles. ‘Nordic interior’
has seen a 333.33% increase in search volumes, which we largely attribute to homeowners wanting
to de-clutter their homes. Prized for their functionality and timelessness, Nordic interior options are
ideal for creating a clear, open and neutral area, with no garish colours or clunky furniture
We expect monochrome to remain a prevalent interior choice as the New Year dawns. An ever-
popular, classic, and versatile colour palette, monochrome has seen increased interest as the
minimalist look has gained popularity. For the fashion-forward, monochrome basics with pops of
colour is set to be a go-to style in 2021.