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As the new year somewhat terrifyingly descends among everyone, it is time to be told what to do with the home’s aesthetic for next year. Trends don’t rest, and if you are interested in keeping up with the times, neither do you.
Curious about what people are going to be talking about next year when it comes to interior design? Stick around!
This piece is here to give you the low down on what to expect from 2024 and inspire you to change.
Let’s get into it.
There isn’t often a trend around the corner that doesn’t involve some statement element.
After all, people love to stand out from the crowd and put their mark on things. 2024 will be the year where the statement wall takes more of a backseat, and statement pieces take center stage. Unique statement pieces of furniture will start to appear more in home and interior magazines, where the more outlandish can sometimes mean the better.
‘Sculptural furniture’ to make a big impression, or a small but exciting coffee table to flirt in the trend’s direction, is all you need to start your statement interior journey. Just make sure that the style still suits your personal preferences to create something you will enjoy.
There doesn’t ever seem to be a time when neutrals are out of fashion regarding clothing or interior design, but there is probably a good reason for that. Not only are they incredibly versatile, allowing you to mix things up as you please, but they can also take you closer to nature.
The difference between previous years’ neutrals and 2024 is that the light grey that washed many homes has been swapped out for warmer, more cozy browns, earthy beiges, and soft off-whites. These blend seamlessly for those who prefer a rustic style or love natural materials and elements in their home, such as limestone tiles or linen covers.
Gone are the days when the bathroom in your home is there for a quick shower. Since the lockdown over three years ago, there has been a real emphasis on home comforts, and understandably. Not only is a trip to a spa now a once-in-a-blue-moon luxury for many, but why step outside when you can pamper yourself just upstairs? W
hile some people will take this direction literally, getting their hands on baths with jets, others want to turn the room into an oasis that suits them. This could be as simple as changing the materials in the room, minimizing clutter, and having a space that contributes to relaxation rather than just focusing on functionality.
So, there you have it – just a couple of trends heading into the home’s interior world in 2024.