2020 changed the way we live and we look at many different things in life. Interior design is not different. We saw a clear increase in how important it is to use sustainable materials but elegant elements were also very popular. As expected, 2021 will be quite similar. Since the pandemic slowed how we live life, many of the most interesting 2021 interior design trends mentioned below might not be a huge surprise for you.
Rustic Vogue – An Evolution Of Cottagecore
Rustic vogue easily pleases you and appeals to people that love modern home comforts while also wanting to add some character details. This interior design option is perfect for the homes that have interesting features, like original floorboards, paneled walls, or exposed beams. However, it is still really effective at creating a balance between new and old pieces.
The core material used with rustic vogue is reclaimed wood. Find the unique pieces with a lot of texture and grain, not those with a perfect finish.
Yellow And Gray
2021 is a rare year in interior design because Pantone actually chose 2 colors as the most important shades. Yellow and gray will thus be seen a lot and the combination can create many interesting designs.
Because of choosing 2 colors that are quite independent, many very interesting designs will be seen, even when using minimalism. These two work well to create an uplifting and enduring setting. How they will be used by interior designers though is up to be investigated.
The popularity of cottagecore that we saw in 2020 will not slow down in 2021. This is mainly because we still need comfort and nostalgia. Cottagecore started off being simplistic but it is now mixed with glamour, leading to something that resembles the luxe traditional style.
Homeowners can gain this look even when on budget by using statement gold accessories, gilded cutlery, and vintage style barware. Basically, this interior design trend is all about the creation of Rustic Vogue, but cuter, with checks looking for attention and ginghams, together with motifs and vintage prints. The palette used is pastel, muted.
This style is all about warm amber tones, beautiful embroidery, and mellow meadow prints. You can mix and match different natural textures as long as the goal is to create an inviting and cozy look. Contemporary country is great at lifting your spirit and your home.
Mix some muted colors with some unique characterful and folksy prints to make the style more modern.
Vintage schemes are going very strong and they will enjoy an even higher popularity in 2021. This involves the use of retro, salvaged, repurposed, and antique pieces. The most important thing is to just reference the vintage look, not to reproduce it completely. This involves the use of strong colors and favorite vintage pieces with a clear less-is-more design approach. The result should be to get a cohesive, vibrant aesthetic.
Vintage schemes need to be built up gradually. You need to use layering. This can be done in time, which is a huge advantage since you keep adding items that actually mean something to you. Also, you can always add some luxe elements, like statement lighting and rich fabrics for a more modern note.