Looking ahead into 2021, we see a lot of new home trends emerging. Much of this movement has been influenced by the rapid cultural shifts in lifestyle we experienced in 2020. With many homeowners trying to improve the functionality of their home, interior design trends continue to change how we not only enjoy our home but use it well. In this article, we will review the top trends for the upcoming year so you can get a head start.
Lots of Plants
Incorporating house plants into your decor can help refresh the air and brighten your mood. Adding a few low maintenance plants can instantly elevate your home and bring in more life.
Now that our homes have become more or less the space that we all spend 24/7, people are turning to zen decor to make the home feel more calming and comfortable. The easiest way to incorporate this trend is by maximizing natural lighting. Letting in more sunshine and using light bulbs that mimic the look of natural light is a way to make your home more calming and can boost your mood.
Outdoor spaces are quickly moving into areas where you not only gather with friends for a BBQ, but also a space where you can relax and unwind. Adding a zen-inspired garden to your outdoor space can help make you feel calmer and make your home feel more serene.
With so many of us working from home, many traditional rooms in your house have become a mixing pot for working, cooking, DIY crafts and more. Adding creative storage and design solutions to various rooms in your home can help keep things less cluttered and make rooms more practical for more than just one use.
This upcoming year we are expecting a return to nature and earthy inspiration. Try adding warm natural tones, wooden elements, and incorporating textured decor to make your indoor and outdoor spaces feel more inviting.
Minimalist details have become increasingly popular in every room in the house. Clean details have mainly been a trend seen in kitchens. Installing cabinets with integrated handles and using sleek appliances can help to create a space that looks clean and simple.
Daily Outdoor Living
With the increase in at-home living, more areas of the home are being regularly utilized than ever before. Outdoor spaces are no longer just a place to hang out during downtime. They have become a space of productivity as more people are working and learning remotely.