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Interior trends for 2024

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Interior trends for 2024

Victoriana, craftsmanship and a splash of individuality will dominate the interior scene in 2024…

The 2024 design ideas are according to the design experts at a SlatWall specialist. Olivia Crosher is a Designer and Visual Stylist for Naturewall and as 2023 draws to a close, she rounds up the interior trends that are going to be big news in 2024, as well as one we can bid farewell to.

Victorian Influence

Details seen in Victorian interiors and architecture will be having an influence next year. We have already seen panelling becoming popular in 2023, with the ornate details to pick up more traction in 2024.

Decorative wood panelling and mouldings are also reminiscent of Parisian design, creating huge interest in homes. They add depth and texture to spaces with their intricate designs, instantly elevating an interior.

Olivia said: “The mixing of new and old will be an extension of this trend. We will see people leaning into creating their own style by pairing modern, unusual furniture and patterns with the traditional backdrop of panelling to create a unique look.”

Unusual & Textural

2024 will be the year of exploring textured wallcoverings that go beyond a flat wallpaper.

Olivia said: “Texture will always be a key interior feature used to add depth and interest to a space, particularly important for creating a warm and welcoming home. Materials such as rattan, silk and wool mixes are being seen on walls to elevate interiors one step further, drenching full rooms in the material.

“More attention will be paid to materiality due to the ever-increasing importance of sustainability and where they come from. For this reason, we will see more innovative products that use recyclability and bespoke made-to-order as selling points.”

Artisanal Pieces

Craftsmanship will be favoured in 2024, with people investing in wallcoverings and pieces that have been made by specialists and built to last.

Olivia said: “These stand out pieces are also a more sustainable option to “fast-fashion” pieces, with many people buying them second hand.

“Sculptural wall art will be used to create statements in a home, as people start moving away from ‘cookie-cutter’ schemes and put more of what they like in their spaces to make them more personal. Ornate wood wall panelling also falls into this trend, creating an elevated look that goes beyond average walls. This will instantly give an elevated and luxurious feel to a home.”

Earthy Colours & Textures

Textures and colours inspired by nature will still stand strong as a frontrunner for 2024 trends due to their calming nature, which help create a safe haven in our homes. Pinks, reds, greens and blues all bring a sense of the outdoors in and can be tailored to individual tastes, moving away from neutrals and beige for those wanting to introduce colour. Take this trend one step further by bringing in natural materials such as wood and greenery to create an instant connection to nature, which has been proven to have health benefits.

Olivia said: “Maximise impact by adding colour and texture to all walls, and bring in pops of colour through furniture and accessories. For those wanting a more minimalist feel, bring in subtle natural references through accessories such as wall art, vases and plants.”

Quiet Luxury: the new “Minimaluxe”

This year we have seen the quiet luxury trend soar in fashion, with no exceptions for interior design. The term “minimaluxe” is a pared back palette that strips back the noise by using soft shapes, textures and colours.

Olivia said: “With busy lives and current world affairs, people want their homes to be a hotel-like sanctuary and this trend is perfect for that. Why go out when you can stay in? Use rounded shapes, soft furnishings, integrated lighting and natural materials to give a light and airy feel that will create an almost spa-like feeling in your home. Evoking similar feelings to Japandi and Wabi-Sabi style, this trend shows minimalism doesn’t have to mean soul-less, and proves you can create a luxury feel without the fuss.”

Brown Renaissance

Rich, brown interiors are set to be hot in 2024. The 70s palette of chocolate browns and silky caramels is making a comeback and have already been replacing the grey trend for the past year. Don’t fret though, this trend certainly doesn’t mean beige. With the luxurious fabrics and depth of colour, interiors will give a warm and welcoming feel that lift spaces to give a hotel luxe feel.

Olivia said: “These rich browns work as a great neutral to layer with other colours such as warm buttery yellows, terracottas and blues. The key to nailing this trend is by using lots of interesting textures – velvets, rustic wood, glossy paint and textured fabrics to create depth. By mixing in tones of gold, interiors can be elevated to create a vibrant scheme.”

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