A Sneak Peek at 2020’s Newest Interior Design Looks

Patrick Madden of Madden-McFarland Interiors pulled double duty while he was on assignment at the High Point Market in North Carolina. 1) He checked out some killer design trends for 2020 and 2) he did some reconnaissance for our magazine as well. He puts the roving in roving reporter.

In case you’re not familiar, the High Point Market is mammoth—in fact, it’s the biggest furniture market in the world with over 2,000 exhibitors from all over the world spread throughout 180 different buildings. (Let’s hope Madden wore sensible shoes. I mean, he’s got around 10 million square feet to cover—give or take.)

Here’s what he’s seeing:

“I’m keeping an eye out for the small details that make each showroom special. The art of finding the right balance of color, scale, interesting shapes and objects of interest is a gift. It can make a room—or add sophistication and personal style to your environment.”

Ray Booth for Hickory Chair (sophisticated, masculine, touch of industrial)


Century Furniture (classic traditional style)


Mary McDonald (fresh florals, colorful vessels)


Chaddock Home (whimsical, flirty, boho vibe)


etu’ Home (simple with hand-painted gourds, small vessels, fresh fruit)


Suzanne Kasler for Hickory Chair (sculptural, understated and peaceful)


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