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Top interior trends for 2024Top interior trends for 2024

There’s a certain whimsical ‘anything goes’ aesthetic when it comes to interior trends this year. Nostalgic homes inspired by grandma’s kitchen rub shoulders with dwellings that embrace the essence of far-flung climes. There is comfort to be found in the knowledge that, in a time when we are more immersed in the digital world than ever before, spaces centred around honest-to-goodness togetherness are having a re-emergence. Think cocoon-inspired spaces, and transportive interiors that take you far away from the everyday. Perhaps a pertinent reminder that living your best life is less about what you surround yourself with, but who surrounds you.

 

Journeyman aesthetics

Journeyman aesthetics

With a global traveller mindset, these interior schemes take inspiration from far-flung climes. From summer houses with an antipodean beach hut vibe, to Moroccan riad-themed boudoirs and Italianate inspired garden rooms, these thematic interiors are truly transportive. Here, detailing is key and sourcing is integral for the creation of a truly authentic space – from wall and floor choices to the finer detail touchpoints.

 

Playful nostalgia

Playful nostalgia

From checkerboard feature walls to sweet vintage detailing – think scalloped accessories, ruffling, and candy cane stripes, this trend features soft pinks and lilacs sitting alongside burnt orange, where vintage furniture finds and bold geometric fabrics feature. There’s a Wonka-like wonder to these fantastical spaces, and an element of ‘no rules apply’ when it comes to combining across-design-era pieces. Here, kitsch rollout bars and mismatched tableware are commonplace.

 

Cocoon living

Cocoon living

Embracing the "there’s no place like home" adage, cocoon homes are designed to live your best life within. Here, family-friendly living spaces sit alongside spaces for solo reflection, the most enveloping of sofas have room for all to share. Lighting is subtle and adaptable to suit the mood and activity, with an intuitive nature to each and every space. Ensuring an escape from the pressures of life, these are life-enhancing homes designed to be lived in and loved, and although they exude a curated edge, they are far from museum-like in their essence.

 

Full circle

Full circle

Stepping away from the manmade and mass-produced, artisanal craftsmanship is at the fore of design schemes this year. Embracing traditional methods and reclaimed materials, these schemes exude an organic aesthetic. Think imperfect reclaimed terracotta tiles, floorboards with an age-worn patina and natural clay plaster creating a scheme that is all about embracing the nuances of the old. There’s a warmth and homely allure to even the most minimal of these schemes, in which clean lines are rebuked for softly curved walls against which one-off finds are showcased.

 

New wave beach houses

New wave beach houses

Minimalist beach house interiors with a definite Scandinavian influence, here, vertical cladding is commonplace, boucle accents reign and open plan living spaces are to be expected. These are view-framer homes, where the décor is pared back and simple and it’s all about the setting. Neutral linens, tonal scatter cushions and subtle lighting set the scene and quiet luxury is celebrated. These schemes often feature a backdrop of new naturals — earthy beige and taupe — to compliment the natural materials that the scheme encompasses.

 

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