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With 2024 right around the corner, predictions for the next interior design trends are filling feeds everywhere. And while decorated ceilings, statement furniture pieces and saturated cabinets are among next year’s hottest topics, we suspect you’ll find a design trend that stands the test of time. Give your home a fresh look inside and out with five of the biggest home design trends for the coming year.
Give your home a makeover to ring in 2024 with these exciting new interior design trends. Don’t be afraid to let your imagination lead your creativity—let your personality shine through your choices.
Sustainable practices for our day-to-day routines have grown in popularity, but have you tried employing lasting changes? Selecting eco-friendly or sustainably sourced materials or shopping secondhand for furniture, kitchenware or decor is a great way to reduce your environmental impact and create a sustainable living space. Improve your home’s energy efficiency by replacing your home’s exterior products—like windows and doors—to prevent energy loss and high energy costs.
Bold, sculptural and retro-inspired lighting are three major themes coming to home design in 2024. Whether you opt for a cascading chandelier or an unconventional floor lamp, unique lighting sources make an impact wherever they’re used. If you’re looking to optimize your productivity throughout the day (including your sleep schedule), consider exploring lighting options like sunrise alarm clocks that can adapt to your daily routine.
Coined by biologist E.O. Wilson, “biophilia” refers to the inherent human connection we have to nature. Biophilic design aims to enhance our well-being, productivity and quality of life by integrating aspects of nature into spaces where we live, work and play. Maximizing your exposure to natural light, blending the indoor-outdoor line with live plants and designing spaces that allow for natural airflow are just a snapshot of biophilic design in your home.
Terra-cotta clay, lush greens and breezy sea blues—oh my! Earthy, natural tones are taking root in 2024. We’re all familiar with the muted tones of modern bohemian homes, but what about injecting those natural shades into your own interior style? Try adding warmth to your den with a pale mauve hue or create sophisticated contrast with an almond beige shade for your kitchen cabinets. Plus, most Earth-inspired colors can be treated as neutrals and pair well with a variety of patterns, textures and materials.
Break the fifth wall in 2024 by doing something to your ceiling. While a classic white ceiling is the standard choice for most homes, there lies an untapped opportunity to completely transform your space. Strategically placed paint, mirrored panels, wallpaper or other decorative materials can draw the eye upward and add visual interest to any room. If altering your ceiling is too intimidating, try adding detail to your trim or crown molding as a substitute option.