Prepare for 2021 with these gorgeous interior trends. They’re going to be huge.
2020 was truly when our homes became our focal point. For so much of the year we said goodbye to late nights out, parties and weddings. While we all hope 2021 will be brighter, don’t lose the focus of making your home your safe and stylish, escape-from-the-world haven.
We hear you — sometimes a wall needs more than a strip of wallpaper. Enter wood panelling. A staple in cool hotels like The Hoxton, this will give your home a nod to a classic style. Paint the wood a dark blue to add a moody element to a bright room. These look best as a feature wall — start small and experiment.
Changing your home doesn’t have to mean a complete overhaul. Sometimes the smallest modifications can have the biggest impact. Copper taps always look chic and are a refreshing style choice over classic silver. They look perfect with a farmhouse-style or Belfast sink, or choose a sleek style for more minimalist interiors.
Green has been growing in popularity over the past few seasons — Dulux’s 2020 colour Tranquil Dawn is so calming — so it was only time before it arrived in kitchens.
Go for forest green for a warmer look with a nod to rustic French style. Sage is great for an open- space kitchen that gets a lot of light, or try a mint green for a smaller kitchen that lacks natural light.
It’s the trend that’s been all over your Pinterest board for weeks — and it’s not leaving in 2021. Pull together your ultimate country-living look with a mixture of fabrics like gingham and velvet. Clash florals and be sure to go big on cushions and rugs. A fireplace with carved panelling is always a great addition too.
Fine line graphics
Wallpaper gets an art-pop twist with an increase in fine line graphic prints. Try out a feature wall that contrasts with the rest of the room. Black and white fine line graphics are a stylish take on the trend. They look great in bathrooms.
These are an easy way to upgrade any room and can last a lifetime. We love Mud Urban Flowers and their gorgeous arrangements of pale pinks and neutrals to warm up a room. Complete the cottage trend look by using an old glass jug or vintage pitcher for your arrangements. You can try drying your own flowers, too — it can be addictive.