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Elevate Your Space: Home Furniture and Decor in 2024

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Aleksandar Cvetanovski
Alexander Cho

Interior design is always changing and adapting to accommodate new trends and interests. As 2024 progresses, several new trends in home furnishings and décor have emerged and are taking over the industry. Below, I've listed some of these trends along with ideas for incorporating them into your space. 

Styles That Are Trending in 2024


Let's begin with a style quite popular now in the design industry. Experts refer to the transitional design as the happy middle of interior design trends. If you think contemporary design is too far out of your comfort zone yet classic design is too oppressive, this is the look for you. 

The transitional design is the perfect combination of classic elegance with modern lines and fabrics. Transitional interiors also don't make use of lots of accessories. It's more about letting the textiles and furnishings speak for themselves. Blankets, throw pillows, and area rugs are used as decorative accents.

The interesting and welcoming feel led by this style makes it perfect for entryways and other rooms. 


The minimalist design has many similarities to contemporary designs. It features clean lines, basic shapes, and simple finishes. Nonetheless, the minimalist decorating style promotes the concept of less is more.

Although minimalist rooms usually feature a neutral colour plan, primary colours can also be used as accent colours. Patterns aren't used, but texture is essential. The most important aspect of the design is functional home furnishings and decor. Another crucial component of minimalist interior design is storage. Because of this, furniture frequently serves as covert storage. One of the many inventive solutions used in minimalist designs is a coffee table that rises to reveal storage.


When it comes to eclectic design, there are a lot of things that need to be corrected. The characteristics of eclectic home design are many. Envision it as a vibrant collection of well-chosen home furnishings put together to create an interior with a wealth of culture. This approach leads many to believe that the eclectic design has an open-minded attitude. However, there's a fine line separating crowded and distracting from layered and collected. 

One great way to achieve the perfect worldly vibe is to stick to a neutral colour palette and apply a few accent colours. Ideally, an eclectic home must strike a balance between texture and colour. It should be the perfect blend of new and old.  

Colours to Consider

Wheatfield Neutrals 

Although this colour palette is reminiscent of Scandinavian design, it features undertones of gold and yellow that add significant warmth to a space. 

This year we're seeing people using colours in a more modern way. Warmer, yellow-based neutrals are replacing grey-based neutrals. They provide a sense of harmony and balance when combined with the brighter, fresher colours in our palette. Ageless, subtle, and calming, warmer, yellow-based neutrals blend well with brighter, fresh colours, providing a sense of harmony and balance to any space. 

Nourishing Greens 

Nature's colours are always in vogue, and this year interior designers are including a range of green hues in their projects.

Viridis is a soothing mid-green that can be used to achieve a calm and relaxing atmosphere. A soft pastel green is another great option to bring a sense of rest and reflection to a room. 

Soothing Blues

Although there's a general desire for warmer hues, don't underestimate cool, serene blues. If you're not comfortable experimenting with the blue palette at first, try something a little bolder, like an aqua or teal-coloured palette. These colours will give your space a tranquil feel. Add vibrant accent colours like coral and daffodil, and your room will also transmit positivity. 

Textured Walls Are In

One-tone interiors and flat paint aren't the thing anymore. The trend now is to add natural depth and movement to walls through textural finishes, be it knockdown, comb, sand swirls, orange peel, slap brush, etc. 

In addition to improving the aesthetics and providing warmth and depth to a room, a textured wall can also be a fantastic way to solve practical design issues, which can lead to a more aesthetically pleasing and welcoming environment. Interior designers explain that texture helps hide flaws and imperfections in the wall, creating a more polished and refined wall look.  

Wavy and Curved Furniture Makes for a Cosy Space

Compared to previous trends of current lines and clean, sharp edges, rounder curves are increasingly common in furniture today. Rounded, organic shapes add tenderness to a furniture piece. When added to a room, these flowy pieces create a cosier and more comfortable atmosphere. A wavy and curved piece of furniture in a richer colour would make an appealing focal point in the room.

Increased Use of Natural Materials

Natural materials are being used increasingly often in interior design trends as a result of the increased requirement for less manufacturing owing to concerns about sustainability and reducing carbon footprint. According to experts, there has been a decrease in the use of synthetic materials and an increase in natural ones. Furthermore, materials like wood, cotton, linen, and stone make our homes seem cozier and friendlier.

Sculptural Lighting to Set the Tone

Sculptural lighting is a design element that elevates lighting from a plain necessity to a work of art. Think of pendant lights that create captivating patterns of light, or chandeliers that resemble floating orbs. This style deviates from the standard, encouraging conversation and reflecting your preferences. 

Imagine a large, eye-catching light for your foyer or a beautifully crafted sconce to soften a corner. These different lighting options may drastically change the atmosphere of a space, making lighting a focal point of your design.

When integrating current design trends into your space, you must achieve a balance between personal style and what is popular. This can be done by determining the essential design elements that best represent your style, such as furniture styles, colour schemes and decor accents and then considering how to combine them with new design trends.

When blending personal style with current trends, it's also essential that you look for designs that complement the mood and ambience you want to create, whether that's a calming, serene setting or a more vibrant, energizing one. By combining your style with trendy design elements that suit the overall aesthetic of your room, you achieve a cohesive and visually appealing room that feels both unique and stylish. 

By Liliana Alvarez

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