INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS 2021
Slight woods will be a trend material for interiors from Scandinavian inspirations. This material would not only be used for flooring, but also for wall and ceiling coverage. A standout for multipurpose spaces would be Lightwoods with its raw colour and design. A natural feature with a 2021 tactile style theme.
THE HOME OFFICE AS FOCAL POINT
A starting place office must be designed as a space to make come about thought. It wants to have cold and healthy, clear lines, comfort and full of ideas impulse for doing by way of work of art or with a design wallpaper. A writing-table light is a good way to join polished and tasteful form and design-led angles to an office as well as being necessary for place lighting.’ ‘A chair has to be comfortable, but it is important to get the level of comfort right. A leather armchair for example would fit in a library feel, acting as a sanctuary to read and reflect, where an upright swivel chair suits written desk work. And do not be condemned to a black foam seat, go for a chair in mid-century velvet upholstery or a cantilever with interesting lines.
A decor trend based in bringing nature to our homes. Strengthening the human-nature connection. Natural and organic materials strongly decorated to remind us of the exterior life, creating mixed interiors with nature.
It always felt like there wasn’t much to celebrate in 2020, so we’re ready to design that celebrates life and shouts happiness and happiness through patterns, shapes, and colors without apology. Get ready for outspoken color combinations in eye-catching, such as fuchsia and grassy green, retro orange and punchy turquoise. You can find that you can still have fun, even though life is still taking place inside for at least the first half of 2021, and these vivid colors and spaces will help you get there.
Kitchens are moving away from the long-standing traditional white, and experts are embracing a new trend in color: black. The strong choice of color helps to establish a differentiation in an open-plan space between a kitchen and living space without having to put up any partitions, and the black helps to generate visual interest in a space that might not have previously stood out.