What’s Hot and What’s Not: 6 Home Design Trends to Know For 2024

What’s Hot and What’s Not: 6 Home Design Trends to Know For 2024

Home interiors have been an evolving area for the last few years. You can get to know about some of the latest interior design trends, by either doing your own research or consulting interior decorators in Bangalore. However, it is advisable to get to know yourself first and then approach any home interiors experts. It helps you get a better understanding of what the expert is talking about. Here are some latest trends that you should be aware of.

Sustainable Materials

Recently, the importance of sustainability has drastically increased in various fields, including interior design. Hence, there is a trend in home design for the usage of sustainable and eco-friendly materials. Many interior design companies use recycled materials such as recycled glass, reclaimed wood, bamboo, etc. to give the home an aesthetic look. This not only increases the visual appeal but also benefits a person’s well-being and the environment. For example, if you want to design your living room in an eco-friendly manner, there are various options like a natural wood tea table, bamboo partition, sleek TV stand made of reclaimed wood, etc.

On the other hand, using synthetic and non-recyclable materials is a big No as it has an adverse impact on the environment and therefore are not being used to a great extent.

Multifunctional usage of Spaces

Due to COVID-19, a hybrid working environment is prevalent in most of the organisations. Hence, interior designers have started having a multifunctional room accommodating the office space. There is a growing trend of transforming an existing room such as the dining room or bedroom into an office space when required. Each room is designed in such a way that it can be used for multiple purposes. This trend not only includes home office spaces but usage of such furniture that serves multi-functional purposes such as sofa cum bed, extendable dining table, etc.

Conversely, what is not trending these days are single-use rooms because they are not practical to use and take up extra space which is a waste.

Bold and Earthy tone colours

As per the current trend in the home interior design field, bold and earthy tone colours provide your home with an aesthetically pleasing look. Vibrant colours like rich greens, warm terracottas, deep blues, etc. are taking over rapidly. Additionally, earthy tone colours such as camel, beige, brown, orange, olive, forest green, etc. are associated with nature and enhance emotional wellness. Moreover, you also can choose colour combinations as per your personality and ambience. As per many interior designers, statement wallpapers and tiles also provide an alluring touch to your home interiors.

Contrariwise, using only bold colours in the entire house can seem a little offbeat. The ideal way to go ahead would be a combination of both bold and earthy tones for a cordial look.

Minimalist Decorations

Another hot trend is minimalist decorations with some new twists that promote simplicity. Embracing minimalist decorations include a personalized touch reflecting your personality, family heirlooms, travel souvenirs, etc. By fusing global elements and personal values you can add to a captivating home interior design. In 2024, you can find trends that embrace spaces with maximum functionality, clutter-free look, modern and clean lines, and subtle textures.

On the contrary, what’s not trending in recent times is excessive simplicity with a lack of a personal and sterile feel.

Smart Home

Who wouldn’t want to get things done in a home just by instructing an IoT device? The demand for integrating smart home devices is increasing significantly because they blend easily with a modern home interior design. Moreover, these IoT devices can save both time and money, thereby increasing their value. AI is evolving day-by-day offering features like more energy efficiency, interconnectivity with other devices, 5G connectivity, etc. Some examples of smart home devices being used popularly are security systems, smart lights, temperature adjustment systems, etc.

However, outdated technology like wired cameras, cable boxes, desktop computers with tower cases, etc. are offbeat and don’t provide the desired look for your modern home interior design.

Connecting Living Space with Nature

A living space connected with nature bolsters a healthy lifestyle. Even though most people prefer to dwell in cities, their love for nature is bountiful. Therefore, natural elements when brought home create a feeling of being amidst nature. Plants are the go-to trend in this aspect - outdoor plants for the balcony and indoor plants for the living room. Moreover, incorporating elements such as rustic bookshelves, wooden floors, etc. adds elegance to a home interior.

Conversely, an unutilised outdoor area makes the space look wasted and is considered obsolete as per the current interior designs.

Key Takeaways

All these trends can help you boost your existing luxurious and elegant home decor. You just need to be careful and check which of them suits your home interiors. If you have some ideas in your mind and want to discuss them with an expert or if you have doubts regarding any of the trends, feel free to get in touch with the experienced team at Asense Interior.

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