If you want your interiors to look fashionable and Instagrammable, then you need to know what's hot for the home this year.
There's full-on colour, as well as more pared-back looks with natural materials (rattan's ruling currently), alongside some key must-haves - love seats, dressing tables, and glamorous headboards. In other words, plenty of trends and stylish items to choose from.
But what's emerging most strongly is that this decade, there's no need to follow the crowd.
Trends should be followed selectively rather than religiously. A successful home is where your taste rules (we're all becoming much more informed and confident about expressing it, thanks to inspiration-filled sites like Instagram and Pinterest).
We've chosen brilliant looks to help you create your own perfect, personally-tailored space....
1. Feel the love
We're embracing curves and cushioning in seating, as we hanker after homes which cosset and comfort us, and the love seat has become a must-have.
"Love seats are the ultimate giant armchair for those who love to stretch out and get comfy, or if you're feeling romantic you can snuggle up together," says Claire Wilks, from the Sofa.com design team.
"They're also a great space-saving size for those who are tight on room. Velvet, so practical now with protective finishes, are one of the most popular upholstery choices and they ramp up the luxe effect."
2. Turn to table-scaping
Table-scaping is the new on-trend description for creatively decorating tables. So stand down your boring workaday china and go all out with fancy cutlery, table linen and snazzy plates. It's all about dressing to impress. For inspiration, trying searching #tabledecor and #tablesetting on Instagram.
3. Rule with ribbing
Grooved, ribbed textures are riding high this year, and the effect can be seen in upholstery, wood, and glass. We love this stripe-effect, ribbed cabinet.
4. Explore wild style
If you're over that hot, steamy jungle look - all palm prints and tropical colours - the latest, more pared-back desert look could be just for you.
Bold tribal prints, an earthy palette, natural materials and vibrant animal prints can be combined. But beware: it could inspire some serious summer wanderlust...
5. Wing it
Birds are having a moment - and zingy pink flamingos are now competing for attention with that most regal bird, the peacock, whose brilliant blue plumage is so in tune with 2020's trend for blue hues (Pantone's Colour of the Year is Classic Blue).
6. Pamper and pose
Special stand-out pieces make a room. Think cocktail cabinets which add glamour as well as holding all those drinks and glasses. Dressing tables are now vying for attention too - there's a brilliant array of slim, handsome examples suitable for compact rooms. And by clearing all that cosmetic clutter, you'll be well on your way to a peaceful space.
7. Let your heart rule your head
"Just as fashion trends have shifted to celebrate individuality and personal style, so have interiors," says Lucy St George, co-founder of uber cool interiors destination, Rockett St George.
"I'm always a fan of throwing away the rule book - taste is often overrated - and I believe if you love it and it makes you smile, then it deserves to be celebrated in your room."
Take inspiration from trends and the world around you, she says, but always make your home a reflection of you and what you like. "Go to town with all your favourite things and curate displays around your home that express your individuality - so that 'you do you'!"
8. Go green or go home
The colour - and its association with eco-friendly living - has been strong for a while and shows no sign of waning. A wall painted in a deep shade of green will ground a space, and other vibrant colours for furniture and accessories will 'pop'.
9. Go for gold
How to instantly add character to a room? A couple of stand-out pieces featuring that winning metallic shimmer should do the trick.
10. Bring Eastern drama to the boudoir
Staying home is the new going out, and JOMO (the 'joy of missing out') is a buzzword - which means spaces need spoiling with luxury touches and details.
"We're predicting a rise in Eastern influences across interiors this year," says Jane Rockett. "Inspired by increased global travel and our adventures around the world, trends are set to celebrate unique pieces collected or inspired by past travels, that bring back memories and create a unique and personal interior."
The style-aware should look out for decadent dark wood, woven cane textures, oriental prints and structure furniture, adds Rockett.