Interior Design Trends
When we observe and research global trends, we are able to glimpse at the future and learn how society is evolving, from living to working habits, from travel to consumption behaviors, from human to technological interactions. Here you will find interior design trends that will be present in 2021.
Our lives are becoming more informal, hybrid, nomadic, and entertaining. People, especially millennials, either at home or at work, want to be entertained and express their personalities through their decorating ideas. Brands and designers are working to meet all these needs with a more experimental, interactive, and playful design.
Furniture and accessories should bring us joy, stimulate our creativity, and give us the possibility to express ourselves in our house decoration. Maximalism is on the rise with its “more is more” mood, inviting us to mix and match bold colors, patterns, textures, and unconventional shapes.
BLUE IS THE NEW GREY
The 2020 color is called Classic Blue, and it’s just that: a classic blue. It’s clean and elegant but it’s also really uplifting and (in comparison to the last few years) a really easy color to incorporate into your home.
TEXTURE, TEXTURE, TEXTURE
2021 trends aren’t all about color either, we are seeing texture increasingly being used to add interest to rooms too. Layering up different textures in the same, or very similar colors it’s a good option for your house decoration. It’s perfect if you are big on neutrals so need to find different ways to decorate your rooms without using too many colors.
In a living room, cushions and blankets are an obvious way of doing this but in other rooms, try bringing in textures with plant prints, and well-curated knick-knacks.
CREATING MORE SOCIABLE SPACES
There has been a bit of a lifestyle swing towards staying in rather than going out and this has been reflected in our homes. We are increasingly looking to bars, restaurants, and hotels for interior inspiration to create a relaxed, smart bar-like feel at home. Think out rooms in the garden and bar carts, cocktails chairs, and plenty of neon signs indoors…
Last year it was all about creating a spa-like bathroom at home, but for 2021 it’s all about bathrooms that are tough and functional – and of course super stylish. The easiest way to get the look is by using micro concrete which allows you to create the effect of a full-depth concrete finish on top of existing walls and floors.
Forget about statement walls, in 2021 we are going to be looking at the ceiling. Next time you have a repaint, rather than just the neutral colors you are used to, try painting the ceiling in a color that contrasts your walls. You could go even bolder and wallpaper your fourth wall.
What do you think about these interior design trends? Feel free to comment and share!
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