2020 had many of us spending more time at home than ever before. Along with this unexpected time at home came a sudden desire to redecorate our spaces. A home is meant to provide comfort, warmth and peace- something that we all came to truly believe this last year. With that said, each new year brings along with it new trends. Will the 2021 home design trends reflect what we have come to believe is most important after a year like 2020? Let’s take a look…
- Organic Materials– This idea has evolved from just wicker and rattan to natural silk upholsteries and hemp curtains. Rich textural expression will be big and raw, untreated woods will make an appearance too.
- Blush Paint– Blush is now considered a neutral by some and can be found in spaces that used to reserved for white paint only.
- Multi-purpose spaces– This year people will be finding ways to reimagine their homes and incorporate pieces that will help restore balance to our multi-functional spaces. This closet turned office serves as an organized and functional work space.
- Earthy Palettes and Textures– Earth tones like beige, brown, burnt umber, and terracotta, will continue their popularity streak in 2021. “In conversations with designers and builders on Houzz, a trend that came up again and again was a renewed interest in shades of brown. Warm taupes, beiges, sands—basically any earth tone is surging in popularity,” explain the design experts at Houzz.
- Grandmillenial– This style incorporates many elements that you would associate with your Grandmother’s house: lace, floral, wicker, bamboo- just to name a few. Add a modern twist by keeping things tidy and simple.