Interior Trends

Interior Trends

It’s that time of year again, when everyone’s attention turns to the upcoming year’s most important trends in interior design. Whether you’re stuck for ideas or just curious about what’s on the horizon, being abreast of current fashion trends is a great way to prepare for the future.

  1. The Walls and Ceilings Have Been Painted

No of the size of the room, using the same colour paint on the ceiling and walls can serve to make the space feel more cohesive and less confined, respectively.

“Colour drenching,” as it is called in Homes and Garden’s magazine, is the most terrifying trend, yet it can completely change the feel of any space, no matter how big or tiny. It’s when you pick one colour and paint all the walls in a room that colour. The end outcome of using this method is shockingly innovative and cutting-edge.

2. Neutral Remediating Forces

In 2024, we can expect to see softer tones and neutrals. The optimistic and radiant tone Wild WonderTM, which takes its inspiration from nature, has been selected as Dulux’s Colour of the Year for 2023.This year, grey is making a comeback while warmer neutrals like beige, tan, and brown remain popular. Here, matt walls and soft velvety sofas will be prominent, as will darker greys with other accents lending depth to spaces.

3. Soothing Blues

Pale blue, which gives off an air of freshness, light, and optimism, is also expected to make a comeback this year. The popularity of calm blues is growing despite the fact that it has been around for quite some time. This tranquil pastel tone goes wonderfully with the colour grey, brightening the mood wherever it is utilised.

4. Greens 

One of the most apparent possibilities for interior design trends in 2023 and 2024 would be to use tones of green, which have the strongest relationship with nature. It’s a great way to bring the outdoors inside and recreate the mood-boosting effects of being in nature. Because of its neutrality, the hue green is soothing to the eyes. The natural tones and indoor plants create an environment that is soothing and reassuringly close to nature.

5. Components of Copper

Fixtures and hardware in matte black and brass have been around for some time. However, this year will see copper replace the previously popular brushed brass, giving kitchens, baths, and living areas a new finish, dramatic aesthetic, and very modern appeal. In the coming year, this sophisticated shade will be used to create eye-catching, statement pieces in white textured marble surfaces.

6. Antiquated Furnishings

Using unique, well-loved pieces of furniture has always been a certain method to make any room feel more at home and inviting. Upcycled crafts utilising a wide range of colour tones will become increasingly popular this year. Your efforts to find these stunning vintage items, whether online, at furniture fairs, or in random antique shops, will help with the much-needed environmental sustainability. It’s soothing and reassuring to have furniture that will last for the duration of our life.

7. Decorative Light Fixtures

This style includes large, eye-catching pendants and chandeliers, bold wall sconces, and exquisite table and floor lamps. Lamps and shades not only help bring about the ideal atmosphere, relaxing light, and work light, but also draw attention to architectural details and ornamental elements like artwork and ceiling cornices.

8. Minimalism 

In 2023–24, minimalistic Japanese and Scandinavian styles will influence home design. While Scandinavian styles have been popular for decades, this year will see an increase in the prevalence of Japandi, a fusion of Scandinavian and Japanese design elements.

This eclectic mix features natural materials, light-colored walls, basic, straightforward design, and sleek dark woods.

9. Arches

The use of arches and other curved lines in interior design is cyclical. In 2024, however, arced shapes will once again be in demand. Headboards with striking colours and alcove bookcases are trending upward. These shapes are also becoming popular in home addition plans.

10. Cottage-core

This word refers to an idealised vision of rural life that values the use of handmade, locally sourced materials and traditional values. Just recall the free-flowering meadows, the Venetian plaster walls, the chalky painted surfaces, and the acceptance of flaws. If you’re going for an eco-friendlier lifestyle and want to incorporate earth tones and old furnishings, this is a fantastic option.