Top 5 Interior Design Trends for 2021

A Fresh Start

The new year comes with a promise of rejuvenation. While 2020 took us all by surprise, it has also allowed us to re-imagine what it means to be home. With so many of us grounded, designing a space in which you feel comfortable has never been as important as it is now. Let us help you start this new chapter in comfort and style. Join us as we explore the top 5 interior design trends for 2021.

1. Versatile Spaces

The spaces in which we work and play have begun to overlap. One significant interior design trend for 2021 is creating multi-functional spaces. Keep an eye out for innovative storage units and design strategies to optimize your use of space.

Home office space designed by Bdesign – Furniture from Protrade Malta

2. Green Highlights

2021 is all about bringing the natural world closer to home. After spending the year inside, spruce up your living space by incorporating a little bit of greenery. Whether they drape your walls with hanging vines or add a splash of color with their blooms, indoor plants not only bring the outside in but can also positively impact your mood by relieving stress.

Green Highlights

3. Natural Light

Bring in natural light by opening up your space. The more windows the merrier but even simple design tricks such as exchanging your heavy drapery for a more subtle curtain can create an inviting atmosphere with a nice glow.

Discussing fabrics with client
Fabrics featured are by KA International available from B4 Group

4. Neutral Palettes with a Twist

This year will see the rise of neutral color schemes with a twist. Warm color palettes will be paired with rotating statement pieces such as jewel-like colored décor to accent living spaces.

5. Blast from the Past

It comes to no surprise that the past continues to inspire the present. Word in the industry is that grand millennial or what some may call granny chic is making a comeback. True to its name this style of décor is all about creating a cozy environment. To achieve this style, play around with different textures and patterns. Look for furniture made of wicker in organic forms such as curves, and décor pieces such as handcrafted ceramics.

Grandmillenial decor
Image courtesy of Netflix and House Beautiful

Final Thoughts on Interior Design Trends for 2021

We hope the above information helps you with any decor decisions you will be making in 2021. Make sure to reach out if you need any help.

by Beatrice

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