Unveiling the Top Interior Design Trends of 2024

Blue global print accent chair in white room with red rug. Chair colors are bright and there is a dragon design on the chair. Next to the chair is a coffee table with decor on it.

As we quickly approach the new year (only 17 days left in 2023!!), the interior design industry is buzzing with fresh ideas and trends. In 2024, interior design trends are all about blending beauty, sustainability, and functionality.

Sustainability Is In:

Environmental consciousness is at the forefront of design trends in 2024. Individuals industry-wide are seeking sustainable materials and practices to create spaces that are not only beautiful, but will contribute positively to our planet. Reclaimed wood, recycled metals, and sustainable fabrics are gaining popularity, reflecting a commitment to reducing the carbon footprint. Our friends at Shaw Contract are leaders in the industry for sustainable practices in textiles and are setting an example for others to follow suit. Read more about their commitment to sustainability here. 

Nature-Inspired Harmony:

Reconnecting with nature is seen in 2024 interior design trends, giving rise to the biophilic design movement. Bringing the outdoors in, this trend incorporates natural elements such as plants, natural light, and organic materials. Indoor gardens and large windows that blur the lines between the interior and exterior are becoming increasingly popular. 

Tech-Integrated Living:

As technology continues to advance, particularly with the tremendous advancements in AI, so does its integration into our homes. Smart homes are no longer just a convenience; they are a necessary design element. From advanced lighting systems to voice-activated assistants integrated throughout the home, the smart home of 2024 is as functional as it is stylish.

Maximalism Returns:

We would be lying if we said we weren’t excited for this one! While minimalism has had its time in the spotlight, 2024 sees the resurgence of maximalism. Bold patterns, vibrant colors, and an abundance of textures are making a comeback. Visit our portfolio for any of your maximalist design-inspiration needs! 

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