A new year always brings about fresh trends, which can be a lot of fun if you enjoy following them. Home decor is no different. Giving the inside of your space a much-needed refresh is a perfect way to positively start the new year.
There are so many ways to incorporate new trends into your place this year, with home wall art being one fantastic option. We are here to share our favourite home interior decorating trends of the year and how you can achieve them.
Are you ready to get creative? Then keep on reading!
The Pantone Colours Of The Year: Grey And Yellow
While this may sound like a strange combination, the subtlety of the grey contrasted with a bright yellow work very well together actually. If bright colours frighten you though, do not stress. There are ways to make this trend work for you!
Instead of going all in and painting your walls yellow and grey, introduce the colours slowly into your home. You could try to include wall prints with splashes of these colours in them or some scatter pillows on your sofa. Easing into bright colours like the yellow will be a painless transition for you and will offer you the chance to see if you like it.
Incorporating More Indoor Plants
This trend is only fitting as no one is certain yet when we will be allowed outside in a usual way. Having a house filled with plants is an excellent idea for you if you love the outdoors. Plants can also be incredibly beneficial if you are struggling with your mental wellbeing.
Having plants indoors is a trend that many people seem to be jumping on already this year. Not only do they bring some joy, but they are also wonderful as home decor. You can find beautiful pots to put them in and set them up in different areas around your house. You’ll have a smile every time you see them!
“Granny Chic” Is Bringing Back Ornaments From The Grandparents
It sounds strange, but the term “granny chic” is swiftly making its way around the interior decorating community. Essentially, this trend is the decor comeback from your grandparents’ era but styled in a modern way.
The “granny chic” trend is certainly one to look out for as it is loved for the hominess it brings to a house and sentimentality that will not come from many other kinds of decor.
“Granny chic” decor can include things like vintage ornaments or artworks, floral wallpaper that reminds you of your grandmother, or quilted blankets that are thrown over your sofa. The idea of making your home even cosier with nostalgic decor seems like a good trend to follow.
Transforming A Kitchen Into A Dark Blue Haven
Interestingly, dark blue kitchens are also set to be a massive trend of the year. The colour blue is often associated with peace and serenity. Additionally, it is a lovely reminder of the sky and the sea, as well.
With options to incorporate dark blue into your kitchen by changing your crockery, hanging up some dark blue wall prints, or possibly taking some paint to the walls (if you are brave enough!), a peaceful kitchen is not out of your grasp.
Trends come and go each year, but some of them are good enough to remain. While 2021’s home interior decor trends might change next year again, your home can always do with a good refresh and makeover - even if it is merely a small one.
Bring peace and happiness into your house with these simple trends, and it will quickly become your sanctum.