This trend emphasizes a connection with nature. It involves integrating natural elements like wood, stone, and plants into interiors, as well as maximizing natural light and views of the outdoors.
Contrary to the all-white trend of past years, dark and moody color palettes are in. Think deep blues, forest greens, and charcoal grays, creating cozy and enveloping spaces.
With more people working and studying from home, spaces that serve multiple purposes are essential.
There's a growing appreciation for vintage and antique pieces. Incorporating old with new adds character and a sense of history to modern interiors.
As environmental awareness grows, there's a push for sustainable materials, energy-efficient appliances, and decor items made from recycled or upcycled materials.
Bouclé, shearling, and other textured fabrics are making a comeback. They add depth, warmth, and tactile interest to interiors.
Contrasting the minimalist trend, maximalism celebrates abundance. It's about mixing patterns, colors, and styles, creating interiors that are personal, vibrant, and full of life.
A fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian design, Japandi combines the minimalist, functional elements of Scandi design with the elegance and simplicity of Japanese aesthetics.