7 Interior Design Trends Taking Over Our Homes In 2024

New year, new home.

Our interior choices are really what turns our houses into homes.

While interior trends come and go, they’re the perfect place to find inspiration.

And let’s be honest, there’s something really fun about updating our spaces with a trending colour or piece of furniture.

Below, we share the interior design trends taking over our homes in 2024, so you can find one that resonates with your space.

Interior Design Trends To Try In 2024


Authenticity Over Aesthetics

You wouldn’t be the only one with aesthetics-exhaustion.

From ‘cottagecore’ to ‘coastal grandma’, Instagram and TikTok’s obsession with putting everything into an aesthetics box has left us craving a life without labels.

For this reason, we’re going to be seeing people embrace family heirlooms, personal treasures and mixed design styles in their spaces.

As we move away from ‘sad beige’ aesthetics, we’re seeing more people lean towards bright colours, clashing prints and unexpected textures.

2024 is the year to embrace those feature walls, 50s florals and animal prints—all in the one space.

Statement Lamps

Lamps have long been an underutilised design tool but this year they’re coming into their own with unconventional shapes, patterned shades and bold colours.

Cool Dining Chairs

The era of matching dining sets is over.

This year, we’re going to be seeing a lot more mixed materials, colours and shapes around the dining table.

Lots of Texture

Say goodbye to those cold spaces and get ready to embrace your inner grandma because wallpaper, cushions and lots of fabric are back.

From the bedroom to the bathroom, no space is immune from the 2024 texture trend.

Warm Tones

We’re going to be seeing a lot more warm tones in our homes this year as people start to embrace browns, olives and deep blues.

Perhaps these earthy tones reveal a craving for nature in the internet era, or perhaps those bright whites are simply becoming a little too high maintenance.

Quiet Luxury

You haven’t seen the last of the quiet luxury aesthetic—the fashion trend has officially seeped into our interiors.

Whether it’s long, floaty curtains, oversized lounges or bookshelf wealth, 2024’s interior design trends are going to focus on high quality materials and luxurious textures.

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