Architecture & Design

The Top Interior Design Trends For 2021

There is no wonder that home design trends for 2021 focus on comfort. Home decor trends for 2021 are all about creating a comfortable, functional home, and most importantly, a reflection of you. If you want to upgrade your house, do a whole new renovation or add small touches to refresh the space, you should follow these trends.
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Indoor Plants

If you are looking to brighten up your home and enhance your space's overall appearance, you should add an indoor tree or plant in your house. An indoor plant can affect your mood, increase your creativity and reduce stress. Ιs also therapeutic to care for and can add life to a sterile space.


Geometric Shapes

Geometric shapes are typically linked with Art Deco, Mid- Century, and Contemporary aesthetic. Geometric shape furniture and decorations can add dramatic tension to space. In 2021 we will see softer curves and edges and more circular shapes. 


With environmentalism becoming one of the most important topics these days, investing in sustainable furniture and décor brings back the vintage style. The mass production of furniture with cheap and nasty quality products is tempting us to look at furniture as a temporary solution. Vintage furniture is rare and sometimes unique, but they also allow you to experiment and add a personalized touch.

A Snug Place

Cozy linen or wool armchair and a warm wood table is the perfect place to relax, read your favorite book, or Facetime your friends since we are in quarantine. It is also making space feel lived in, a feeling that we crave in the colder months.


From Scandinavian inspirations, lights wood is a material that we will see on floors and in walls and ceilings. As the floor is the home's foundation, a light wood tone brings a warm and clear sense. They also give industrial living areas a more spacious and bright look. 


Statement Pieces 

A statement piece anchors a room. It is bold and eye-catching and something that adds personality and character to space. Anything bold and daring can be classed as a statement piece – colour, furniture, artwork, and even lighting.



Face Line Graphic Art

Lately, this graphic art trend it's been everywhere on the internet. The face line art is a widespread piece of art in interiors decorations, accessories, and art. The monochrome design adds a chic and minimal touch to space. From cushions to art prints, it usually portrays a woman's face or body, leads us to celebrate the female form in our home.


White With Black Details

The combination of black and white in decoration can create an elegant look in any room. White shape a fresh and clean vibe to a room. Adding black accessories like light fixtures and trims with shiny or matte finish metal accents and modern designed fabrics will create a remarkable space.


Warm Colours 

Warm colours provide the perfect coziness to a space both for winter and sunnier months. Pick between brown, beige, and cream but also orange and mustard colour. Warm colours can make a room feel more intimate and cozy and also express and cause feelings.

Earthy Palettes And Textures

We'll see lots of earthy palettes and textures in 2021. Earth tones, including beige, brown, white and deep, neutralized hues like olive green and burnt orange, and basically, any earth tone is surging in popularity.

Pantone 2021 Color of the Year: Ultimate Gray and Illuminating

Laurie Pressman, the Vice President of Pantone Color Institute, said that "The Pantone Color of the Year reflects what is taking place in our global culture, expressing what people are looking for that colour can hope to answer." A marriage of colour conveying a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting. The PANTONE 17-5104 Ultimate Gray + PANTONE 13-0647 Illuminating Yellow are two independent colours that highlight how various elements come together to support one another. What is certain is that we will see them everywhere in terms of interior decoration.




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