Our top Interior Design Trends for 2021
We predict the emerging interior design trends which will be huge in 2021. Read on as we reveal the direction of decorating in the New Year....
Above: Pantone Colours of 2021
Pantone Colours of 2021 have been announced as Ultimate Grey + Illuminating Yellow. The Pantone Color institute describe this as ‘a marriage of colour conveying a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting’. We are more than happy with both the sentiment and the colour pop!
Featured wallpaper: Layla Faye ‘Little Flower’ LF1070/ Featured Paint: Farrow & Ball ‘Purbeck Stone‘ and ‘Yellowcake’ (for similar try ‘Dayroom Yellow’)
Below: Ocean Hues
We are all looking for some escapism and this colour trend allows us to immerse ourselves in transportive, deep colour: ultramarine, sea-foam green, seaweed shades and clearwater blues – we can almost smell the saltwater air.
Featured wallpaper: Morris & Co. x Ben Penreath ‘Marigold’ 215954/ Linwood ‘The wave’ LW083/001
Above: Line Art
Abstract faces and single line art influences have been emerging for a little while, but this year we are set to see them really take off in fashion and interiors. Can’t visit an art gallery? Bring the art to you.
Featured wallpaper: Scion ‘Epsilon’ 112006/ Mini Moderns ‘Atelier’ MM2008
Below: Distant Shores
If you could go anywhere, where would you go? As we long for tropical getaways, interiors inspired by distant shores offer a calm and relaxing living space to make a home a safe and inviting place to recharge.
Featured wallpaper: Albany ‘Ateles’ 91101/ SK Filson ‘Moroccan Tiles’ SK10004
Above: Modern Rustic
Modern Rustic is having a moment right now. Earthy elements of the rustic style are combined with a clean-lined modern design for a fresh, light, and natural aesthetic. Design is simple but also warm, open and inviting. It’s country for cool people.
Featured wallpaper: Arthouse ‘Brushed Texture’ 908905/ Sanderson ‘Witney’ 216878
You only need to check out Pinterest and Instagram to see a houseplants trend in full bloom. From retro 1970s-style hanging basket creepers to big jungle ferns, plants bring vibrancy, colour and life to our homes whilst freshening the air, filtering out pollutants and releasing oxygen. We think that no room will be truly complete without at least one house plant this year.
Featured wallpaper: Albany ‘Reverie’ 91171/ Morris and Co. ‘Willow Boughs’ 216721/ Clarke & Clarke ‘Labyrinth’ W0123/02
Below: Children’s rooms – Fairytale and Adventure
Inspired by childhood memories of whimsical storybooks brought to life by captivating illustrations, children’s rooms will be bursting with wondrous creatures and scenes from faraway places.
We all love this last trend so much that we are off to create our own book-nook and find our inner-child….
Featured wallpaper: Emma J Shipley ‘Frontier’ W0116-02/ Boråstapeter ‘Treasure Island’ 7451
More like this…
The future is bright….
More Grey + Yellow
FAB! by Mini Moderns
Taking inspiration from Pop, Op and Hard Edge painting movements – Bring a modern take on sixties inspired design to your walls.
More Ocean Hues
Horizon by Graham & Brown
A fibrous wallcovering with a stunning shadow stripe effect. Beautiful in the bathroom.
More Line Art
Inspired by the many faces around him; Javier Mariscals signature design featuring a collection of abstract drawn faces.
More Distant Shores
Hidden Paradise by Prestigious
A bold and luxurious wallpaper featuring a dramatic tropical vista. Lose yourself for a moment.
More Modern Rustic
Verena by Khrôma by Masureel
All the elements for this trend are combined in this wallpaper – warmth, texture and very good design.