The Top 2021 Home Trends in Renovation and Design. Every New Year is a perfect moment for new purposes. Some think about getting a new job or looking to learn a new skill, and others want to renovate their homes!
Thus, we bring you the top home trends in renovation and design. So, you can enhance your living space according to the new styles.
5 home trends for every budget and project
These are the hottest 2018 home trends:
- Color – Currently, homeowners prefer saturated and rich colors for everything. From cabinets to kitchen appliances and furniture, almost every item inside the average home has vivid colors. So, the whites and grays were left behind.
The winning mix of colors includes blues and greens. We can see them everywhere, including walls, window frames, and doors. Actually, the Sherwin-Williams 2018 Color of the Year, “Oceanside”, is a deep and majestic teal.
In this sense, Joa Studholme, Farrow & Ball’s international color consultant, recently told the New York Times:
“We’re sort of surrounding ourselves with comfort, and one of the ways we’re doing it is through color,” “Instead of coming into clean, white houses, we’re going into homes that sort of giving us a hug,” he affirmed.
- Nature – The incorporation of plants is another 2018 home trend, and this is in tune with the recent color trend. The website FamilyHandyman.com said, “Plants are an easy way to design on a budget and can add pops of color to space.” Other nature-related elements usually employed are natural fabrics and wood products.
“Utilitarian pieces such as lamps and pots for plants are great places for natural wood.” interior designer Larina Kase told Realtor.com
- Balance – This year, two international design trends are taking the spotlights:
- Lagom: It is the Swedish word meaning “just the right amount”
- Wabi-sabi: It is the Japanese concept of “embracing imperfection”
They highlight simplicity and authenticity over perfection. Besides, they imply a balance between the old and new. A nice example of these trends would be a vintage wooden table surrounded by Eames chairs.
Vogue, MyDomaine, and Elle Décor have called wabi-sabi, “the design trend of 2018.”
Also, Etsy’s in-house trend forecaster Dayna Isom Johnson told Elle Décor: “No matter your personal style, there is one key factor to nailing this trend for your home design: Find the beauty in the not-so-perfect. Keep it real, be authentic, and be happy that for once you don’t have to make your bed to be cool.”
- Patterns and Finishes – Nowadays, old things are new again. The 1960s and 1970s’ geometric patterns are now in pillows, wallpapers, and rugs. Likewise, everything from chandeliers, frames, drawer pulls, bathrooms, and drawer pulls has the 1980s-style brass.
Moreover, vintage appliances are now replacing stainless steel in kitchens. According to interior designer and blogger Amanda Gates:
“You’re going to start seeing a rise in the popularity of colorful options, vintage options, and paneled options.”
Regarding the granite countertops, marble, the 1980s stalwart material, will replace granite. In this respect, Gates wrote, “granite is finally phasing itself out,”
- Sustainability – Living smarter and going green are the main home renovation goals for 2018. So, the energy-efficient Home Products are leading the market. They offer windows, doors, siding, and roofing systems that save energy and keep your home comfortable.
Incorporating the 2018 home trends in your home
Do you want to make some upgrades to your home? Are you looking to remodel an entire room? The following year may be the perfect moment.
Mitchell Parker, the Houzz editor, said, “We’re seeing our community incorporate these trends in a variety of ways,”
Therefore, you can update your living room or bedroom décor, switching out hardware in kitchens, or add a fresh coat of paint. All these are ways to freshen up your home that can make a big difference.
Let’s work on your home improvement project together.
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