The Latest Interior Design Trends For 2021 And Beyond
The latest interior design trends For 2021 and beyond.
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Biophilic design is based on natural processes, it emphasises our connection with our natural surroundings through indoor elements. This includes elements like; using natural materials, taking advantage of natural light, and incorporating earthy tones into your design.
Using nature-inspired designs in your home has been shown to reduce heart rates, blood pressure levels, and stress, whilst enhancing well-being, creativity, and productivity. As our work space becomes our home-space – it looks like Biophilic Design could be here to stay!
Dark green and blue hues
These colours have been predicted to be on-trend in 2021 and beyond, especially for use in kitchen designs. It is easy to mix and match these coloured elements with various textures and other lighter colours to achieve your desired look.
Across industries this year there’s a push towards sustainability and reducing our waste, when it comes to interior design this may be choosing more sustainable materials or refreshing your home via upcycling using your current furnishings.
Using nature-inspired designs in your home has been shown to reduce heart rates, blood pressure levels, and stress, whilst enhancing well-being, creativity, and productivity.
As we look for comfort and also to connect with the outside world in a time of being indoors, it’s no surprise Cottagecore features in this year’s design trends. Think wholesome aesthetic, bringing the outdoors inside and adding a touch of comfort to your surroundings.
Wooden bespoke joineries
customised items that match your individual preferences or requirements it seems are here to stay, particularly when it comes to wood, both for its durability and sustainability prowess.
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