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Experts say that there are 5 best interior design trends.

Arts and EntertainmentExperts say that there are 5 best interior design trends.

Some of the items you choose to buy may earn us commission. The accent walls and mid-century modern furniture that ruled the interior design trends of the year are still around. We can say goodbye to all-minimal-everything in the upcoming year. Whether it's trading in beige soft sheets for a Barbiecore pink bedding set or adding bow-adorned wallpaper to your kitchen, nothing is off-limits in 2024. With expert input from interior designers and trend predictors, explore the five most popular interior design trends of 2024 that will help you express your individuality. The Interior Design Trend is Kitschy kitchens.

Oleksandr Shcherban is pictured.

We can expect to see more personality, color, and spunk in the kitchen in the years to come. According to the lead of the global trends and insight at pinboard, we are going to say goodbye to farmhouse kitchens and hello to Kitschy kitchens. It is possible for people to incorporate thrifted finds, vintage appliances and eye-jarring pops of paint into their kitchen designs and cooking areas.

There are a lot of patterns in the interior design trend.

The images are of Harrison Eastwood.

The rise and subsequent demise of farmhouse, mid-century modern, and the all-encompassing minimalism craze has resulted in the removal of clean white walls. Danielle Walish is the VP of merchandising and product design. "People are craving homes with character, personality, and a bit of oomph–a bold departure from the subdued styling that has held sway for too long." "We are not just talking about a small print here and there," Walish says. It is all about making a statement.

Master metals are the interior design trend of the year.

The first chrome metallics came for earrings, then for home interiors. Cool silver tones, thanks to a certain very important artist who was on tour this summer, are a recent trend within the fashion space. Stanbuck says that cool silver tones and bold chrome will continue to grow, but will also evolve into the home category. The heavy metal aesthetic is being driven by Gen Z and the younger generation.


It's all about accessorizing with color in 2024, whether you want a pop of pink or a moody sitting room. Heather Goerzen, design editor of Havenly, says that the color trends of 2024 advocate for a daring approach. The pushback against the all-white aesthetic is happening thanks to the use of ombré paints and deep, saturated color schemes. Goerzen says that the trend is everywhere from painted alcoves to deep wood tones and evocative upholstery.

A year ago, everything in the home was light-washed oak, calacutta marble, and matt accents. It was calm and inspiring, collected and effortless, but with such widespread adoption, the aesthetic began to feel a little expected. We will see a return to luxurious materials of yore in 2024. "As traditional design is once again taking center stage, we've seen a backlash against the usual materials and a desire to seek out elements that in and of themselves are more unique, dramatic, and notable." Think richly veined marbles in a range of striking colors, lush velvets with added dimension, crystal chandeliers for a hint of glamour, dark wood tones that speak to heritage, and un-lacquered hardware for a lovely patina.

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