Our team of talented interior designers are here to give you the inside scoop on what’s in and what’s out in the world of residential design. We want you to be in the know when it comes to creating a space that is up to date (on trend but not necessarily trendy) and represents your style. From conversational kitchen islands being in high demand to warm tones taking center stage, we’ve got you covered. Plus, we’ll also let you know what’s on its way out, like the overdone open concept and all-white interiors (thank you!).
Conversational Kitchen Islands
- Kitchen islands typically have seating on one side.
- Conversational kitchen Islands have seats on two or more sides creating quality conversations.
Warm Kitchen Cabinetry
- We are seeing more and more homeowners ditch all white cabinets for warm wood tones, neutral colors, and greens.
- All across the design board, interior color palettes are warming up.
- Curved architecture has been a trend for a long time, and in 2024, furniture is following suit. Expect to see lots of curved coffee tables, media units and more curvy items in the months ahead.
- Oversized art is a great way to make a statement with your décor.
- Oversized is not only limited to décor, we are seeing trends in oversized lighting as well.
- Disco balls, yes, disco balls, are no longer strictly for dancing; adding one to the corner of a room adds a bit of flare to any room! We are also seeing disco balls used as art, furniture, focal points, and lighting.
- Beige is one of the most versatile shades in design – it instantly brightens while evoking a sense of calm and flawlessness.
- Beige and ivory are making a comeback in 2024, but with a twist. These timeless hues now embrace modern textures and bold accents, offering classic elegance with a fresh, contemporary appeal.
- Mosaics are making a comeback for 2024. These custom patterns add a handcrafted touch to any space while also playing with color and texture.
Kitchen Islands with Straight Seating
- Straight seating does not provide for easy conversation when the family is trying to have a meal.
- Multi-height islands give way for conversational islands.
Cool Gray Cabinets
- While gray was everywhere for years, this look has gone out of style.
- However, if you like the idea of grey because you gravitate towards neutrals with “glowy/ warmer tones,” such as caramel, rust and tobacco instead can bring in that style and design that best suits you and your space.
- The ubiquitous open concept floor plans that defined the recent trends in architecture and home building are giving way to a rise of actual rooms—not just designated areas of a larger space but sectioned-off spaces complete with four walls.
- Open-concept homes are still a thing, but it’s not all about wide-open spaces anymore. People are into creating separate areas in their homes for different stuff.
All White Interiors
- Rather than minimalism, all white or monochromatic interiors are out. It has been out the doorway for a while- especially since the pandemic, but now it’s officially out. This photo that demonstrates the former trend looks incomplete because it lacks life.
- Overdressed Bedding is out and minimalistic bedding is in. One of the best things you can do when you wake up is make your bed. However, if your bed includes 15 pillows, a bedspread, a comforter, and a throw blanket, that 5-minute task can become an entire ordeal.
Book Matched Slabs
- Book matched slabs are overused and can create loud acoustics in the kitchen.
For assistance incorporating all of the ins for 2024, contact Talie Jane Interiors at 855-TALIE JANE (855-825-4352).
Article by the Talie Jane Interiors Team.
- Interior Design Trends 2024: What’s In and What’s Out? (decorsvibes.com)
- Are Open Concept Layouts Going Out of Style? Interior Designers Weigh In (marthastewart.com)
- Hottest Living Room Trends of 2024: Reside in Futuristic Style – (decorilla.com)
- 2024 Design Trend – Vogue AustraliaPredictions
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