The decoration trends for 2021 is presented personalized, away from ‘coffee for all’ and with the ability to transform not only the rooms but also everything that surrounds it. It is brave and eclectic, does not lose sight of nature and allies with former comrades, such as wood or natural stones, and with others of the latest generation, who make life easier for it. Find your own inspiration among these top 10 home interior decor trends.
Fun, different and original. In 2021, the decoration takes its most daring version for a walk, for those who are willing to take risks and do not fear the consequences, since the only thing that can happen is that the following year you return to the ‘decoratively correct’, as if there were no nothing happened. It combines styles, materials, shapes, textures and colors, breaking with the rule of ‘everything coordinated’. This ‘Mix & Match’ will act as an injection of positive energy. Shall we try?
This 2021 the furniture is curved to bring a plus of softness and warmth to the interiors. Thus, sofas, poufs, consoles or dining tables bet on the round shape, integrating into the spaces sweetly, with a touch full of style and a certain feminine air. Of course, it is not about taking it to its ultimate consequences, but mixing it with graphic elements and straight lines. The Bowy-Sofa by Patricia Urquiola for Cassina is a clear example of design, functionality and beauty.
It is not that the neutrals have given up their indisputable power as kings of the color of the house, but rather that they leave room for the dark tones so that they display their magic and give the rooms that daring and glamorous touch. Of course, white shakes because they are stomping and monopolize both walls and furniture. It is undoubtedly the year of the dark and deep side of decoration
If the rallying cry of this edition of Maison & Objet 2021, which takes place from January 17 to 21 in Paris, is ‘(RE) GENERATION’ we cannot but foresee a decorative ‘eco’ year, with interiors that love nature, environmentally friendly materials, plant fibers, recycled plastics and more responsible consumption. An example, the Kartell AI chair made from 100% recycled material.
The walls take their most original version with coverings that are fabrics, wallpapers, large-format natural stones, state-of-the-art synthetics or shiny black glass, which want to contribute their bit to interior decoration. “The trend also reaches the kitchen or bathroom, giving them a leading role in the house and giving them a plus of sophistication and ‘glamor’. Black velvet dresses the walls of this bathroom making luxury a hallmark, which differentiates it and makes it exclusive, ”says Manuel Espejo, designer of the space for Jacob Delafon.
Although there are designers and interior designers who never abandon it, the truth is that this 2021 wood returns to the ‘deco’ scene through the front door, seeking to create unique and elegant interiors. To do this, it approaches the extremes: either dark, almost black, or light, almost white. And to demonstrate that it is more trendy than ever it takes over walls, floors, furniture, decorations and accessories. The fireplace is from Focus.
Green! Although Pantone has declared ‘Classic Blue’ as the color of 2021, it does not mean that we have to see all life (and the house) in blue. Light and powdery green, such as mint or sage, takes over our environments without making noise, but becoming an ally of quiet decoration, seeking calm and relationship. Next to it, pastel shades are placed, creating atmospheres as cozy as ‘instagrameables’.
The charm of geometric motifs finds a niche among the decoration trends of this year, thanks to its hypnotic power and its ability to give a touch of personality, both in Nordic and classic settings. In this proposal by the interior designer Manuel Espejo, two winning pieces from 2021 are combined: the screen and the two-tone geometric fabric.
Designed and furnished to live. The house eliminates barriers not only between the rooms but also with the outside, seeking greater freedom of movement, allowing its tenants to have breakfast in bed, work in the living room or sit at the kitchen table. To do this, the furniture bets on versatility and practicality, with modular and comfortable models that combine more than one function.
As a way to personalize the interiors, the lamps become art, adding to their natural function of illuminating the house, that of decorating and giving character to the rooms. Nightbloom arises from the collaboration between Marcel Wanders and Lladró. Made of white porcelain, it finds its inspiration in the petals of a flower that gently sway in the breeze.