2024 Interior Design Trends

January 15, 2024

As we look ahead to 2024, let’s explore the new trends in interior design from furniture to color schemes. Based on my research of trending searches and design knowledge, here are the top 9 trends in interior design for 2024:

Embracing the Warmth of Brown

Brown couches are set to be popular in 2024 as they bring earthen warmth, hide spills/dirt and function as a warm dark neutral in room. They create a cozy and inviting atmosphere and function as a neutral that grounds the popular cream texture looks. Sofa shown by Vladimir Kegan

Curved Couches and Chairs

Embracing flowing lines and organic shapes, curved couches and chairs are becoming increasingly popular. They add a touch of modernity and sophistication to your living space while also promoting a sense of comfort and relaxation. Chair and ottoman by Rachel Blindauer’s vendor Collector Group

Stacked Tile and Brick

This trend puts a twist on the classic tile and brick pattern by stacking tiles so they are aligned horizontally and vertically creating an unexpected layout. Stacked-tile backsplashes create visual interest and add a unique touch to your kitchen or bathroom. Domomite stacked tile pictured.

Industrial Charm Gets Sophisticated

Industrial-style decor continues to be popular in 2024, but gets more sophisticated with hand hewn stone, hand hewn wood, brick and metal accents. These features add a rustic yet modern charm to your home, creating a earthen and relaxed atmosphere.

Sculptural Art + Statement Pieces

Wall-mounted sculptures offer depth and dimension, adding a unique touch to your space. Mixing artworks in a variety of finishes, textures, and shapes can create a bold statement. Statement pieces add personality and create a wow factor. Moon Light by Rachel Blindauer vendor Ben & Aja Blanc at Future Perfect.

Dynamic Range Hoods

I anticipate a greater focus on hood vent covers in 2024. Bolder designs incorporating distinct textures such as plaster or wood fluting will be popular. Pairing a dramatic hood vent with an eye-catching range can elevate the overall aesthetic of your kitchen. Custom plaster range hood pictured.

Two or Tri-Tone Color Schemes

Creating depth and complexity, two or tri-tone color schemes are among the top interior design color trends for 2024. These combinations of colors add visual interest and allow you to play with different shades and tones in your home.

A Pause From Technology

In 2024, there is a shift towards “dumb homes” where clients are seeking a break from technology. Harsh blue daylight lights, flashing led lights, tech listening in and bright touchscreens are giving way to a love of mechanical controls: old-school buttons, switches that toggle up and down, and simpler toilet washlets.

Inviting Living Rooms

So long to cold, white living rooms! Embrace a living room you can actually enjoy without worrying about accidental wine stains. Minimalism has evolved into a look that is less rigid for a more organic and inviting feel. Warm, textural spaces with natural materials in moodier, earthy color palettes. We’re moving away from bright whites and grays toward more creams, browns, rusts.

Take the first step towards creating your dream space. If you are a couple with multiple homes looking for a decorator near you, a hotelier doing a redesign, or a developer looking for top-notch interior design services near you, Rachel Blindauer and her team are here to bring your vision to life. With our wealth of experience and expertise, we can create stunning and functional spaces that exceed your expectations and bring you to a new height of design and sophistication.

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