We’ve curated a selection of our favorite Your Art Gallery artwork that represents the current trends for 2020. 

Trend 1: Palm Oasis

Introducing palms into your interior design gives your home a lush, natural look that conveys a feeling of an organic oasis.

@ Robert Dunn

© Michelle Lopate

@ Peter Bell

Trend 2: Experiential Design

Choosing design pieces you love and art that activates all your senses will help to feel more relaxed and enhance your home life. Augmenting the design experience into your living room, dining room or other shared spaces will help to decompress after the normal stressors of everyday life.

© Jasna Boudard

© Gokche Photography

© Olga Bezhina

Trend 3: Biophilia

Biophilia is the emphasizing of the relationship between humankind and nature. By utilizing organic elements in art and design-such as different types of wood, plant life, sunlight-remind us of our connection to the natural world and enhances our mood.

© Philippe Bouclainville

© John Flatz

© Nelu Gradeanu

Trend 4: Feminine Tones

Feature warm colors, feminine tones and glimpses of blush throughout your wall decor and it can instantly update a tired room.

© Ryan Serrano

© Jinsey Dauk

© Sue Kutosh

Trend 5: Maximalist Art

Using bright colors and graphic patterns are becoming more prevalent within the interior design industry this year. Don’t be afraid to experiment with mixing colors, patterns, and textures. Remove your gallery wall to the next level by having it cover an entire wall, or add a dramatic, large-scale piece to your space. In this trend, the bigger ,the better.

© Hal Citron

© Lizzy Itzkowitz

© Lauren Cutler

Trend 6: Florals

Playing with the traditional beauty of florals, either abstracted, photography or within a pattern is a fun way to add an organic element to your home. Choose oversized blooms in subtle colorways for a classic look or go big, and modern for a bold statement.

© Lupie Photography

© Marv Kaminsky

© Sarah Dugger

Trend 7: Boho with a twist

The boho vibe is back but with a vintage modern twist and curved lines. Team a modern, abstract artwork with a classic frame or vice versa to add some interest to a hallway or above an antique side table.

© Erin McGee Ferrell

© Illham Majure

© Parag Phadnis

Trend 6: 90% White / 10% Color

Built on a foundation of white, whilst gently unfolding to embrace confident hues for fun contrast. The look is fresh, bold, and youthful. Think about shades of color and find artwork that is bright and vibrant and avoid using neutral tones or pastels, the bolder the better!

© Andy Holtzman / Andiamo Photography

© The David Image

© Mike Day


With over 12,000 images to browse on Your Art Gallery, there is endless possibilities of artwork that is perfect for your style.