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3 interior design trends set to hit big in 2024

It’s an exciting time in interior design and decoration as what’s trending has taken a major turn in recent years and in 2024, we’ll see that in full force! While neutrals and beige tones dominated for years, 2024 is the return of colour and cool. 

These are the 3 interior design trends set to hit big in 2024!

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1. Colour… lots of colour!

Forget uniformity and minimalism, it’s time to bring back some richness with colours and patterns! And we’re not just talking splashes of colour. Nope, it’s time to dive all in!

If you want to embrace colour in a room, you can’t beat the impact of painting all walls in the same colour. This year, things have been taken up a notch with ceilings also painted in the same hue. We love this idea for a moody study, bedroom or reading room. Take a peek at the image below to see just how fabulous this can look. This pic also plays into the mono-tone (or mono-room) trend that’s emerging where you layer a single hue within a space.

Wondering what colours are trending in 2024? Check out the latest Haymes Paint colour library with colour trend forecast here. You may also like to take a read of this article all about colour and emotion — it helps to select colours based on the mood you want to achieve in your home.

Heritage Hues by Haymes interior design trends
Haymes show how to pull off one of the biggest interior design trends of 2024

2. One of a kind pieces and collectables

Did you catch our post about how to mix vintage decor into a modern home? The art of collecting and curating is the next big interior design trend. Whether you’re into antique toy cars or decorative plates, celebrate it in your home.

Auction rooms and thrift stores are fabulous places to find one of a kind pieces or inspiration to start a collection of something that has meaning to you. And as well as finding unusual pieces with a storied past, shopping this way also has the added bonus of being more sustainable.

In a similar vein, we’re also seeing a movement towards treasuring artisan and handcrafted decor. Think hand-thrown ceramics or mouth-blown glassware. These items will add a bespoke feel to your home and elevate that final layer of style. We love celebrating local talent and you can discover plenty of local artisans on SC.

Monkey bookend in bookshelf styling
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3. Stripes

The final big interior design trend you’ll see this year is a rise of stripe prints. While we’re sad to move our beloved gingham aside, it’s time for a different print to dominate. Stripes are classic yet are being used in fresh ways. From stripe tile bathrooms to OTT stripe wallpapered rooms, there’s plenty of scope to interpret this trend in your home.

If you’re not sure this is a trend you want to commit to long term, paint is one of the easiest ways to play with the stripe trend. And once you’ve had enough, simply paint over them!

Stripe powder room
What is THE interior design trend in 2024? Stripes! Powder room by Nacho Polo | Image via Yatzer

Which of these 3 interior design trends do you love or loathe the most? Have you also been inspired to refresh a pocket of your home?

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Gina Beschorner Style Curator

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