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Interior Design Trends for 2021

What are the interior design trends for 2021?

  1. Color of the year
  2. Warm earth tones
  3. Marble-look tiles
  4. Scandinavian white rooms
  5. The use of indoor plants

 

Homeowners have greatly benefited from the diverse range of interior design options that 2020 offered. Now that we are welcoming a new year, it is surely exciting to see what the interior design trends for 2021 would look like.

As there is more time to spend indoors, it might be the perfect opportunity to reimagine the way you style living spaces. You can expect that this year’s interior design trends will be filled with additions that bring together comfort, style, and functionality.

From incorporating the Color of the Year, warm earth hues, to indoor plants — we’re rounding up the biggest interior design trends for 2021. Continue reading on because these ideas just might inspire you to spruce up your home!

 

Color of The Year

Color Of The Year

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Homeowners will find no better interior design trend to style their spaces with than Pantone’s Color of the Year. For 2021, the company took an unusual step by revealing two shade selections: Ultimate Gray and Illuminating, which is a bright yellow. The two independent colors represent a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting.

You might find it challenging to design with completely contrasting colors. But despite being at different ends of the spectrum, there is a certain charm to these hues.

Keep in mind that you don’t have to stick to painting your walls with gray and yellow paint. Instead, try to find elements that come in these colors. Take a look at how the image above made use of an Illuminating yellow couch complemented with P141-4 gray tiles for the walls.

It’s truly up to you how you want to incorporate the Color of the Year. You can try to place a yellow piece of art or a gray coffee table with a vivid yellow centerpiece. There are many style choices to experiment with.

 

Warm Earth Tones

Warm Earth Tones

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More and more people will continue to embrace warm earth tones in an attempt to create cozy and inviting spaces. Picking from swatches like burnt orange, dark green, soft olive, rich brown, and light beige make homes reminiscent of the outdoors.

To incorporate warmth into your space, opt for elements with earth tones and even textile fabrics. This can be in the form of tiles or even accent pieces.

 

Marble-Look Tiles

Bathroom In A Modern Style With White Tiles.

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Out of all the interior design trends that exist, using marble-look tiles will perhaps never go out of style. These tiles are made to reflect free-flowing vein patterns and sophisticated colors.

Unlike any other design, marble-look tiles exude a certain vibe of elegance and luxury. Using these for your bathrooms will serve as a focal point that leans towards a more contemporary aura.

For designing your bathroom floors, a good choice would be a sleek 414 tile. It will also work best for your walls to perfectly capture a cohesive look and bring out the essence of modern design.

Pay close attention to your fixtures to complete the look. Think big mirrors, gold-lined sink countertops and showers, abstract art, minimalist accessories, and ambient lighting for a standout aesthetic appeal.

 

Scandinavian White Rooms

Scandinavian White Rooms

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There’s a good reason why Scandinavian white rooms will continue being an interior design trend for 2021. These are not only pleasing to look at, but also versatile enough to be styled with a wide array of unique elements.

For a modern vibe, try focusing on wooden touches for side tables, sculptural pieces, floral arrangements, lacquered mirrors, neutral cushions, and bare-bone metal fixtures. Keep the ambient vibe serene and fresh with only a few accessories.

 

The Use of Plants Indoors

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By now, you’ve probably noticed the rising popularity of indoor plants in homes. Plants are more than just a decor element given their innate ability to make spaces lively and make a difference to people’s health and well-being. To add to that, these produce better air quality.

If you are looking for a sign to join the indoor plant bandwagon, this is it. If you want to keep your plants growing beautifully, place them in spots where there is enough sun exposure. Decorating with plants in the living room can instantly seem like bringing nature indoors.

 

Key Takeaway

Picking from the interior design trends for 2021 can present numerous opportunities to spruce up your home. We hope this article sparked your inspiration to start new beginnings through design.

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