Home decor trends for 2021

New year, new trends. If you’re planning to renovate your home in 2021, here are the latest home décor trends you need to know about.We’ve rounded up our favorite new fashions for the year ahead.

Cozy, classic homes

According to HGTV, comfort is king. Forget the fancy furniture that’s awkward to use: we’re all about fluffy blankets, cozy sofas and cute prints.

But there is a modern spin on this design trend, too. Interior designers and decorators say they’re seeing more classic prints and patterns, but in a modern color palette. It’s the perfect compromise between style and snugness.

Clever storage solutions

Need more storage space? Now is the time to look for new solutions. As more people invest in home offices and versatile spaces, hidden storage space is more valuable than ever. Look out for clever storage ideas such as under-stair cupboards, hidden drawers and floating shelves.

Natural furniture

When we say natural furniture, we’re talking about materials and shape. According to Insider, the hottest furniture designs in 2021 use rounded and natural shapes. They’re also focused on natural materials such as cane, wickerwork, bamboo and other sustainable pale woods.

The natural trend goes beyond furniture. We’re also seeing more houseplants, indoor gardens and natural light in modern homes. Try bringing nature into your home design this year.

Saturated colors

Who doesn’t love a pop of color? In 2021, we’re going to see more bold, saturated statement colors. Think statement walls, accent tiles and contrasting window frames.

If you prefer a more subtle look, the other big color trend this year is earth tones. Try adding some gentle terracotta, beige or weathered grey into your interior design.

Transparent drapes

Interior designers are filling homes with bold colors, classic prints and smart storage. But when it comes to window treatments, they prefer something less eye-catching, according to Hackrea. The big trend for drapes and blinds in 2021 is transparency. We’re thinking delicate fabrics and sheer drapes which let the light in and work with any design.