As we’re spending more time at home, we’re finding more ways to make our space our own. We’re getting inspired on Instagram by the timeless interiors of Serena and Lily and colorful décor from At Home with Ashley. If you’re looking to add some modern statement pieces to elevate your home next year, here are the top home design trends of 2021 from leading experts in the home and interior design space.
Rustic meets cottagecore is centered around what you would imagine living in a cottage in the countryside would be like — gardening, greenery, floral prints, flowy dresses, and animals. You want to feel like you would fit in on a farm. This trend appeals to anyone who loves their modern home comforts but wants to inject some character details into their living spaces. This trend works best in homes that already have some interesting features and tons of charm, such as exposed beams, original floorboards or paneled walls, but can equally be re-created with a considered balance of old and new pieces that work together in harmony.
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Antique, repurposed, salvaged and retro pieces all have their place in a vintage scheme- but what’s even better? Second-hand pieces that help our planet. The key is to reference the look rather than slavishly reproduce it, using strong colors, favorite pieces and a less-is-more approach for a vibrant, cohesive aesthetic. According to Homes and Gardens, the key to this approach is to provide plenty of contrast. Build up a vintage-style scheme gradually. It’s the kind of look that needs layering so choose pieces over time that mean something to you. Add a few luxe elements such as rich fabrics and statement lighting to create a modern note.
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With the kitchen serving as a family hub and control center, it is no wonder kitchens are trending toward industrialization. Fossil Blu states that in 2021, homeowners will be looking for ways to combine the utilitarian durability of commercial kitchens with the cozy conveniences of home. Touchless faucets have been gaining popularity and will become a nearly standard feature in the coming year. Faucets that are activated by a motion sensor are convenient and sanitary—you no longer have to contaminate your faucet handle with sticky fingers (perfect during these times). Head over to our website to see our latest faucets featuring pull down dual sensors.
You only need to peep at Pinterest and Instagram to see that houseplants have never been more fashionable. From retro 1970s-style hanging creepers to blowsy, beautiful blooms there’s sure to be a plant to suit your style and space. Indoor plants fell out of fashion briefly in the 1990s, but we’re happy to report that they’re back – not only are they beautiful, bringing vibrancy and color to our homes, but they also freshen the air, filtering out pollutants and releasing oxygen.
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