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Seven of the Top Fashionable Interior Design Trends for 2024 

Whether you are looking to transform just one interior living space within your property and want a brand-new, modern, and entirely on-trend aesthetic, or you are fortunate enough to have the money to be able to attack each room in sequence and change the whole feel of your home, either way, you’ve clicked on the right article. 

With this in mind, here are the seven of the top fashionable interior design trends for 2024.

Terracotta Tiling 

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Many of the leading home and garden magazines here in the US have conducted research into what kind of materials the leading interior designers in the country are leaning toward as the new year approaches.

One standout material is terracotta and more specifically, terracotta tiles, and this is certainly another nod to the general move toward a natural and more earth aesthetic, both indoors and outdoors, which has been seen in the last few seasons. 

Consider terracotta tiles in the bathroom and complement this new morning showering experience with either realistic faux plants, or real indoor plants which will thrive in this kind of environment, such as:

  • Tillandsia 
  • ZZ plant
  • Snake plant
  • Spider plant
  • Devil’s Ivy
  • Bird’s-nest fern
  • Peperomia
  • Boston Fern 

Smart Lighting Features 

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With the virtual takeover of new and seemingly endlessly developing and improving technologies, it’ll come as little surprise to learn that smart technology has made its way into interior designers’ favorite trends for the home.

In particular, smart lighting throughout the home is a fantastic way of simultaneously embracing one of the hottest design trends and also working to save you on your household’s monthly energy bills, often quite considerably.

For example, imagine a simple LED lighting strip above the kitchen island, which can not only be dimmed and brightened to suit your purpose in the moment, but can also serve to create the right ambience for an intimate romantic dinner, too. 

Embracing smart lighting and including elements in your interior design plans will also provide you with a simple, yet effective, way of personalizing each space

Victorian Architectural Elements 

Unless you’re incredibly fortunate and already live in a Victorian-style manor house, then this next trending interior design style may seem to be out of your reach at first glance.

In reality, however, the emphasis on Victorian architecture as both high-street and luxury interior designers alike focus on such elements as the turn of the new year arrives is centered around small, simple details, rather than ostentatious walls. 

If you’ve ever watched the British period drama Downton Abbey, for example, you’ll be able to picture that grandfather clock in the hallway, or the intricate beads on the side of a dresser and what’s more, these days, such Victorian details are relatively easy to recreate. 

Hand Carved Wooden Furniture 

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Exceptional design features which create a stunning and often genuinely eye-catching focal point in one or more rooms in a show home dripping with on-trend style are always part and parcel of any fashionable space, and for 2024, these features center around hand-carved wooden furniture, ornaments, and statues. 

For cheap parcel shipping of either one heavy box, or else a plethora of different sizes and weights of parcels packed full of antique store finds, make sure that you contact an established and renowned delivery company. You may well find the perfect hand-crafted wooden statue in a random secondhand store while on vacation in another state, and in this situation, a shipping company is most definitely your best option. 

Apricot & Peach Accents 

When it comes to color, the trending tones and hues for 2024, not only for the spring and summer, but also for fall too, are peachy and apricot colors for a sweet, unoffensive and soft, relaxing aesthetic.

Interior designers both working for high-street stores and high-end brands are embracing apricot and peach accents as they help to convey and produce a relaxing and comforting ambience. 

One of the most appropriate rooms within your home to experiment with such tones is the bathroom, and if you’re not brave enough to bite the bullet and paint an entire wall, you could instead replace the towels and smaller accessories with apricot ones instead.

In addition, this color scheme could also work well in the kitchen, too, and again, instead of painting one wall or more in bright peach, inject splashes of the color on the countertops. 

Luxurious Chrome & Steel 

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It wasn’t long ago when metal hardware was the trending material for living rooms, dining rooms, and even bedrooms, but throughout 2022 and 2023, there was virtually no signs of such a design feature.

Fast forward to the beginning of 2024, and essential metal elements are back with a vengeance, and they’re now everywhere, from the ornate and striking faucets on the bathtub, to light fixtures that seem like they’re straight out of the Industrial Revolution.

Romance  

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The seventh hottest trend in the interior design world is one that refers back to the more innocent and simpler times of the nineteenth century, which is the theme of romanticism. 

It’s important to note that, although romanticism

certainly does include many elements of a more modern Valentine-style aesthetic, the trend is far more than pink walls and red roses. 

Instead, should you want to embrace this trend, then you need to be focusing on a more feminine overall aesthetic, with curved lines rather than straight edges, floaty and luxurious lighter fabrics rather than heavy faux fur throws and generally a softer appearance. 

Emotion has such a strong and intimate connection to color and style, and if you think about how you dress to suit an occasion or indeed, to suit your mood, then you need to apply this same ethereal ambience to the walls and furniture.

Lace and chiffon are stalwarts of romanticism, as are subtle and light splashes of the natural world, such as real indoor plants with a weeping willow effect over the bedside table and untouched and unvarnished open wooden shelves floating on the wall in the living room. 

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Elizabeth Jaranbell

In the last recent years, Home & Improvement always be my concern. I love the clean room with a warm color. We love to share some ideas with you, and here I am writing these articles about home & Improvement. I hope you enjoy my writing. Have A Nice Day. Cheers.

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