10 Home Trends You Don’t Want to Miss Out On

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10 Home Trends You Don't Want to Miss Out On

Americans spend around 93% of their life indoors and as we’re spending more time at home, we should invest in interior design. 

Home decor lets us create a comfortable home, experiment with different styles, and showcase our personality. Perhaps you’re eager to revamp your abode but you’re unfamiliar with the latest home trends.

Sounds familiar? Luckily, you’ve come to the right place. Here are the top 10 home trends in 2021. 

Yellow and Gray

One of the top home decor trends comes from Pantone who crowned Ultimate Gray and Illuminating as colors of the year. This gives homeowners freedom with their design as they can choose furniture in a neutral tone and add a splash of yellow. For instance, throw down a bright rug or find a vase with golden details for an elegant look. 

Not a fan of gray?

Then choose beige, a softer shade that looks fantastic against white walls and your favorite furniture.

Snug Spaces 

As many of us are working from home, it’s important to design a space where you can fully relax. You can do this by throwing a colorful blanket on an armchair and placing it next to a warm wood coffee table as it creates an inviting area. And don’t forget to get a plush ottoman so you can put your feet up with a good book. 

Wicker Furniture 

If you want to improve your home style, introduce wicker and rattan furniture to your living space. These instantly brighten up the room especially when you cover them with patterned cushions.

You can also hang wicker baskets or find a woven wall-hanging. And add rattan furniture to your patio, fantastic for those in warmer climates. 

Houseplants 

Homeowners interested in DIY home trends should cover their property in houseplants.

Aside from breathing life into the room, houseplants are known for their air-purifying properties, improving one’s mood, and boosting productivity. If you don’t have a green thumb, choose cacti or low-maintenance plants like succulents.

You should also pop your plants in a statement vase, another popular trend. Go for a bold, oversized, and geometric style to add visual interest. 

Cottagecore

Cottagecore, one of 2020’s biggest house trends, is here to stay. This is where homeowners bring natural elements indoors such as flowers and display vintage items like gilded crockery. 

Many homeowners are also adding a kitchen pantry as families are spending more time cooking together. It’s the ultimate place to store food and dry goods that would usually clutter the kitchen. 

Those who love cottagecore should also cover their walls in floral prints or a pastel palette. And don’t forget a custom wood garage door for the final touch. 

Eco Chic 

Many of us strive to be more sustainable and that ethos is carried over into the latest home decor trend. Think golden beige, moss, and soft olive fabrics. 

There will also be increased popularity in repurposing furniture as we become more conscious of our purchases. Further, homeowners want to feel more grounded so they will choose textile fabrics and furniture made from sustainable materials. 

Maximalism 

Minimalism was one of the top home trends and designs. But now, maximalism is all the rage so bring out your old trinkets and add extra throw pillows to your couch. 

Every room should tell a story through the fabric choice, color, and unique art pieces. It also shows how we’re nostalgic and view furniture or items as souvenirs that should be cherished.

Textured Walls and Furniture 

Textures will be massive in 2021 whether it’s draped over your furniture or covering the walls. You could also install fluted glass pants, wavy tiles, and velvet wallpaper. 

And don’t forget your flooring by choosing concrete, marble, or patterned wood. But avoid overloading the space with similar textures as it will clash and create a loud room. If you’re nervous about experimenting with this trend, add several textured accessories like cushions or use houseplants to add texture to the room. 

Broken-Plan Rooms

Homeowners have found creative ways to divide their open-plan floorplan. You can use bookcases, curtains, or a rattan screen to transform your living area into a multipurpose room. This is useful as we’re spending more time at home so we want to separate our work from play. 

There’s also a rise in creating multiple workplaces so families can work alongside one another. This also includes adding kids’ desk spaces as many are still being homes-schooled. 

Further, as we can’t regularly access gyms, it’s useful to dedicate an area where you can enjoy virtual training sessions in peace. Or, if you don’t have room, find creative ways to store your exercise essentials such as in wicker baskets under a kitchen bench. 

Home Tech 

In 2020, American consumers spent a staggering $27.6 billion on smart home devices as we become more reliant on technology.

So it’s no surprise that embracing home tech is the latest trend. Homeowners can install a home automation system to control their heating, turn off the TV, and alert them of any appointments. 

You could also purchase an entertainment area complete with a large TV and surround sound for an immersive experience. And since we’re not spending time in coffee shops, invest in state-of-the-art machines so you can stay caffeinated in style. 

Those Are the Top Home Trends in 2021

Hopefully, after reading this article, you now know the latest home trends.

Find unique ways to separate your open floor plan, cover your home in texture, and dot houseplants around your property. You should also embrace maximalism, wicker furniture, and dedicate a cozy area so you and your family can unwind. Happy decorating! 

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