2021 interiors trends - a look forward…
Needless to say 2020 will be a year we won’t be sad to say goodbye to, so as we look forward to a new year we’ve pulled together some predictions for next year’s biggest interiors trends.
We’ve scoured the blogs and articles from some of our favourite interior designers to bring you our pick of 2021’s best new interiors trends, so out with the old and in with the new!
The last year has seen a huge rise in people utilising technology in their homes, and ‘Smart Homes’ is definitely here to stay for next year. Connecting devices such as your smart speakers, blinds, light bulbs and home entertainment systems, home security and thermostat, almost everything can now be controlled by the touch of a button on a remote control, tablet or smartphone and can even be voice activated. Pretty smart, right!
Lockdown saw a huge rise in the sale of house plants, as people had more time at home to nurture their nature, and this trend is definitely sticking around for 2021. Creating an oasis of foliage and greenery in your home not only looks great, but has been proven to have a positive effect on your mood and general well being - and we could all do with a little boost after the past year, right?
Bright colours always brighten up your mood, and 2021 will see bold, warming jewel colours coming through in the world of interiors. Used as a statement piece, or going all out with bold warm, rich pinks and purples, or a classic forest green, jewel colours look great when accented with gold or copper highlights with lighting and accessories.
Making a move towards choosing recycled and pre-loved furniture and accessories has seen a huge increase in 2020, and with people choosing to shop sustainably more and more, 2021 looks set to be another big year for upcycling and vintage furniture, as well as home owners choosing more sustainable, eco-friendly materials when redecorating their homes.
Creating a cocoon
Spending more time at home this year has resulted in a big increase in people wanting to create a haven of their homes. Warm colours, soft textures and adjustable lighting (check out point one about Smart Homes) all help to create a home where you just can’t help but get cosy!
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