2020 has been a long year, but now that it’s over, we can look forward to the new interior design trends for 2021. Let us start by having a look at what will be trending in our Living rooms.
Sustainable materials will remain popular but we will also see classical elements and unique styles
Top New Living RoomTrends
The top new trends have something for everyone. The back-to-nature look oozes relaxation and tranquility whilst the creative look emits a maximalist vibe, incorporating multi colored area rugs to mix-and-match soft furnishings. You really can’t go wrong because it’s all about expressing yourself and making the most of the space you have for 2021…
The Most-Trafficked Room
Without any doubt, the living room is the most trafficked room of the entire house. Over the past year, it has gained even more popularity, seeing that we were spending every waking minute in this room. I am sure that for many of you, your living room doubles as your home office.
“Couches and armchairs will become statement pieces as people trade in standard neutral hues for trendy tie-dye, big florals, and bold patterns that add a lively pop to the space.” —Rodney Hammond, director of e-commerce merchandising for Raymour & Flanigan
A wander through warm amber tones, mellow meadow prints and beautiful embroidery. Mix and match natural textures for a cozy and inviting look that lift both home and spirit.
Mix muted colors with folksy and characterful prints for a more modern country kind-of-vibe.
Let your Living Room be Inspired by Travel
Having had to take a step back in travel, we will likely be seeing inspirational trends emerging from the sea and distant shores.
Accent walls will not remain as popular in 2021. The new trend will be to create picture gallery walls, rather than dedicate a particular colour or patterned wallpaper to one of the walls in the room.
Wicker and Rattan Furniture
Already trendy in 2020, natural materials will still be very popular in 2021. After rattan, wicker, rafia, seagrass and bamboo, cane is on the rise. This braiding technique is available on furniture, armchairs, lighting and accessories of all kinds. To be on trend, mix it with other coveted materials, such as velvet and linen. Not too much is needed, the right measure is to find to adopt it elegantly.
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