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Botanical Prints to Metallic Accents: These Are 2020’s Hottest Material Trends

Discover the latest material must-haves through locally sourced fabrics, wallcoverings, tile, and more.


Botanicals

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1 “Tropical” viscose textile with cotton embroidery, Zimman’s.

2 “Lush Velvet” rayon-nylon pillow cover, “Round Lush Velvet” viscose-nylon pillow, and “Lush Velvet Infinity Quilted” viscose nylon pillow cover, all West Elm.

3 + 4 Cole & Son “Forest” and “Thistle” wallcoverings, both Lee Jofa.

5 Country Floors “Chelsea Glazed Brick” ceramic tile, Tile by Design.

6 P. Kaufmann “Groupie” polyester-viscose textile, Zimman’s.

7 “Sodalite Blue” stone, Cumar.

8 “Helleborus” painted wallcovering, Farrow & Ball.

material trends

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1 Castle Combe Grande “Wilton” engineered-oak sample, A.J. Rose Carpets & Flooring.

2 “Tabriz” polyester- jacquard textile, Pierre Frey.

3 “Banana Leaf” stoneware tile, Ann Sacks.

4 “Le Jardin du Palais” cotton textile, Pierre Frey.

5 “William Bouquet” cotton-linen textile, Patch NYC.

6 “Pure White” ceramic vase, West Elm.

7 “Helleborus” painted wallcovering, Farrow & Ball.

8 “Petit Fleur I” cotton-linen textile, Patch NYC.

9 StoneImpressions “Weeping Willow” limestone tile, Tile by Design.

10 Sonoma Tilemakers “Canlis” ceramic field tile, Tile by Design.

Neutrals

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1 Rythme “Piano” marble-dust-and-resin tile, Ann Sacks.

2 Anderson Tuftex “Coastal Art Oak II” engineered-oak sample, A.J. Rose Carpets & Flooring.

3 “Ocelot” painted wallcovering, Farrow & Ball.

4 Larsen “Tulsa” linen textile, Cowtan & Tout.

5 Maven by Kelly Wearstler “Concentric” ceramic field tile, Ann Sacks.

6 Sonoma Tilemakers “Mystic” stoneware tile, Tile by Design.

7 Larsen “Carlo” polyester-linen textile, Cowtan & Tout.

8 “Foundation” oak samples, PID Floors.

material trends

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1 “Polka Square” painted wallcovering, Farrow & Ball.

2 Antolini Italy “Opal Agate” stone, Cumar.

3 “Geotribe” linen-cotton textile, Zimman’s.

4 + 5 “Savoy” ceramic-and-porcelain clay field tile and “Rake” porcelain mosaic tile, both Ann Sacks.

6 “Opio” wool textile, Pierre Frey.

7 “Shagreen” polyester-cotton textile, Zimman’s.

8 Phillip Jeffries “Sanctuary” wallcovering, Delicious Designs Home.

Metallics

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1 “Double Wide Harlow” polyester textile, Zimman’s.

2 “Palmeto” polyester-cotton textile, Pierre Frey.

3 “Lotus” wallcovering, Farrow & Ball.

4 “Lux” travertine mosaic tile, Ann Sacks.

5 Made Shapes “Marrakech 1” and “Marrakech 2” ceramic field tiles, both Ann Sacks.

6 Kährs “Black Silver” ash sample, A.J. Rose Carpets & Flooring.

7 “Enigma” wallcovering, Farrow & Ball.

8 “Lux” travertine field tile, Ann Sacks.

9 Studio Zen Wallcoverings “Cube Weave” wallcovering, Delicious Designs Home.

10 Rythme “Micro Diamond” marble-dust-and-resin mosaic tile, Ann Sacks.

Geometrics

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1 “Multipix” silk-linen textile, Zimman’s.

2 Tableau by Kelly Wearstler “Horizon 1” and “Horizon 2” stoneware field tiles, both Ann Sacks.

3 StoneImpressions “Dahlia” Carrara-marble tile, Tile by Design.

4 Walker Zanger “Triangle” porcelain field tile, Tile by Design.

5 “Geomod” cotton-polyester textile, Zimman’s.

6 Oak samples, PID Floors.

7 Phillip Jeffries “Fretwork” wallcovering, Delicious Designs Home.

material trends

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1 “Cosma” linen-acrylic embroidered textile, Pierre Frey.

2 Antolini Italy “Retro Petrified Wood” stone, Cumar.

3 Paccha by Popham Design “Backgammon” concrete field tile, Ann Sacks.

4 Sonoma Tilemakers “Trestle” ceramic field tile, Tile by Design.

5 “Abadan” viscose-cotton textile, Pierre Frey.

6 “Picasso” oak sample, PID Floors.

7 “Totem” earthenware vases, both West Elm.