Even as a new year begins, interior design continues to be influenced by the events and emotions of 2020. Many people spent extra time at home and craved a space that was more calming and inspirational. Here are four resulting trends to incorporate in 2021
With people cooped up in their homes, the desire for more time outdoors amplified the trending style of embracing elements from nature inside the house. Look for natural wood, stone accents, live or dried plants, and artwork that incorporate flowers, trees and foliage.
Many homeowners desire to add more warmth and depth to their walls, flooring and window treatments. Color palettes in 2021 seek to soothe – look for rich, earthy hues such as bronze, deep navy, muted green, and darker-tinted neutrals. Try pairing calming neutrals with a bolder color to customize the mood you wish to create in each room.
Add a tactile dimension to walls by using materials like stone, fabric upholstery, and wood beams or wall paneling as accents. For a less expensive update, faux texture created by marbled wallpaper or patterned tiles can also add an appealing focal point to any room of the house.
The age of all-white kitchens may be nearing its end as more designers are opting to bring personality into one of the most frequently used rooms in the house. Expect to see kitchen cabinets in light woods or painted in two different tones. Mixed -metal fixtures and hardware can further personalize the overall aesthetic.
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