When it comes to remodeling, there’s no shortage of home design trends to choose from. Those trends are constantly evolving, but knowing what’s popular can help you develop your own design style and preferences. With that in mind, we thought it would be fun to share 5 design trends our team is loving in 2021. Check them out below!
Travel may be on hold for the foreseeable future, but that hasn’t stopped many of us from dreaming of faraway places. Luckily, the internet makes it possible to explore new and interesting locations all over the world. With easy access to diverse cultures and international styles, it’s no surprise homeowners are embracing global influences in their own homes. From the vibrant and rich colors of the Mediterranean to the soft textures and natural wood finishes of Italy and everything in between.
If there’s anything the last year has taught us, it’s that rooms with only one function are incredibly impractical. The solution? Dual-purpose rooms! From home offices that double as guest rooms to indoor-outdoor living areas, multi-functional spaces add value to your home and life.
Woven accents are gaining traction in interior design, and it’s easy to see why! Rattan and wicker pieces like light fixtures and furniture are a great way to bring texture to your home. Best of all, this home design trend can be used both indoors and out for a cohesive design.
Light and bright countertops are a timeless option for any kitchen. That said, dark counterparts offer a bold alternative. Dark, glossy options and deep-toned wood counters are the perfect contrast to light-stained, painted, or white cabinets.
Minimalism has been a popular home design trend for a while now. These days, it’s expanding beyond living spaces and into the kitchen with clean-lined cabinets. Minimalist kitchen cabinets feature a nearly seamless design and touch-release doors and drawers for a hardware-free finish.
Looking to incorporate your favorite home design trends into your home? We’d love to help! Get in touch with our award-winning team to get the ball rolling on your next home remodel.