Interior design looks are ever-changing, so it’s worth taking a look at the latest trends so you can keep your home up to date. Here are 6 Big Interior Design Trends for 2021 to give you inspiration for your own home, so you can give your place a makeover.
- Tiled flooring
Tiles aren’t just limited to the kitchen and bedroom. They can look beautiful in any room of the house and are practical too. Amber’s indoor tiles come in a variety of colours and styles, so you can upgrade any room of your home with a tiled floor for a contemporary look.
- Plants everywhere
Turn your home into a mini jungle with lots of greenery. Plants have become a huge trend, and there are even subscription services dedicated to providing plants to enthusiasts. There are lots of plants that are popular right now, from spider plants to eucalyptus, all of which bring greenery into the home. You might also want to try a snake plant in the home, which is said to be a good natural air purifier.
- Green kitchens
It’s not just plants that are green this year. There has been a move away from sterile, white kitchens, and a particularly on-trend colour is green. This doesn’t have to mean retro 70s tones, understated, khaki and natural greens can look contemporary and warm.
- Yellow and grey together
Grey has dominated interior design for quite a while, but with people moving onto brighter tones, you’re likely to see a lot more yellow and grey together. If you have a lot of grey, add some yellow accessories like rugs or cushions to try this trend. This fun retro look will bring some colour into your life without going over the top.
- Outdoor living
Lockdown saw people spending more time than ever at home, and since their four walls often felt claustrophobic, 2020 was the year everyone made the most of any outdoor space they had. This has meant a big trend towards outdoor living, from outdoor kitchens and dining areas to outdoor lounges with patio heaters for cooler evenings.
Spend any amount of time on Instagram and you’ll no doubt see some Cottagecore inspiration. With more young people wanting to move to the countryside and fantasizing about the simple life, it’s no wonder Cottagecore has become such a big trend.
You can get the Cottagecore look by:
- Picking muted, understated colours
- Adding decorative trims like lace and frills
- Focusing on comfort with lots of pillows, blankets and soft rugs
- Choosing soft florals and mixing and matching as much as possible
Get the Cottagecore look, and you’ll no doubt want to spend your time baking bread, reading books and sitting by the fire in your cosy home.
Does your home need an update? Why not try some of the trends above to bring your interior looks into 2021? Many of these trends are inexpensive and easy, so you can try them at home and instantly bring your home into the new year.