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Home Trends Experts Say Will Dominate 2021

As we make our way further into 2021, we are starting to see shifts in design trends. What was once considered a popular home style is being replaced with several new looks. If the start of the new year has left you feeling inspired to start fresh, why not tackle some of these house projects? Leading design experts expect many home improvement projects centered around these seven trends.

Cozy Textures

It’s no surprise that so much time in our homes has caused many of us to reconsider our past style choices. Though sleek and chic designs are beautiful, they aren’t always the most comfortable. If you’re going to be spending a lot of time in your home, you want it to be cozy.

We expect to see a lot more integration of ultra-cozy pieces. Some of the most popular trends you can expect are faux furs, Sherpas, and chunky-knit blankets. Adding layers of various textures can create the cozy feel that so many of us need in the midst of a pandemic.   

Dark and Moody Colors

Since we are seeing so many people tackle house projects during this time, it’s not a surprise that some experimentation is happening. Though dark and moody colors are a bold choice, there’s no better time to try something new!

If you aren’t feeling brave enough to paint your whole office in one dark color, there are many ways to balance it. You can consider adding a single dark wall or playing with color in a room with a lot of natural light. Designers say that dark paint can make a big impact, so it is often a risk with a huge payoff.

Multifunctional Spaces and Furniture

Many children are still learning from home, and many of us adults are still working from home. It doesn’t look like any of this will be changing immediately, so it makes sense that a lot of homeowners are looking for multifunctional spaces. These kinds of pieces can include desks that double as chairs and vice versa, bedrooms that double as home offices, and more.  

Even outside of a pandemic, transitional designs give you more flexibility. More homeowners are looking at this home trend as an opportunity to pick pieces that are as beautiful as they are functional. That means that they still add something to the room even when they aren’t being used.

Neutral Colors

For those who still aren’t sold on the moody tones, have no fear! Neutral is still sticking around this year. Specifically, we’re seeing a lot of warm undertones in our neutral colors.

This home style is perfect for people who are going for a more relaxing setting. With all that is going on in the world, it is more important than ever that our homes feel like an escape. Best of all, it is easy to add bold accents to neutral designs when you’re finally feeling ready to embrace some color.

Mixed Metals

Gold and brass have already started to make their way back into home improvement projects. Whether the accents are through fixtures, knobs, lamps, or other accents, the home trend has continued to grow.

Not everyone is ready to ditch every silver finish in their home, so we are seeing a trend of mixed metals. If you’re feeling even more adventurous, now is the time to try adding some copper to the mix as well!

Natural Materials

Along with neutrals, natural materials have been a popular home trend for a few years, but experts say it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. The change is in the way the materials are used. Caning and wicker are used in new ways with lighting, window treatments, and more.

We can also expect to see more wood used around the home. Many people are adding their own modern twist to wood molding to add visual interest to their walls. In fact, this home improvement project is easy to DIY, but it makes a huge impact in elevating a space.

Get Started on Your 2021 Home Improvement Project

These home trends aren’t only the start of what should be an exciting year in interior design. We hope that this list has left you feeling inspired to experiment with your own house while spending some much time inside. You can also consider taking this time to increase your home’s resale value with these home improvement projects!