Interior Trends for 2021

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As we approach the last season of 2020, it is time to dive into the most popular trends set to take the interior world by storm in 2021. From predicted colours to unique new styles, we have gathered the top interior trends that will no doubt be the talk of 2021. 

Light Grey

Let’s go back to basics. With everything going on just now in the world, a favourite for 2021 will be going back to grey’s. Tranquil and soft, this hue is just what the interior world needs for the foreseeable, being able to bring wellness into your space.


Mint & May, Firera Home Ltd, Walls and Floors, Lorna Syson

Clay & Cocoa

Calming yet rich, Clay & Cocoa will bring a sense of serenity to any interior space. These warm colours will be one to watch out for over the next year.

Yorkshire Fabric Shop, Brabbu Design Forces, Scaramanga, Innovative Interiors,

Spiced Saffron

Zesty and bold, Spiced Saffron injects a sense of joy and personality into interior spaces.

Made By Hand Online, Fiona Howard Ltd Dowsing & Reynolds, Habitat

Lavender

Lander hues bring a sense of peace and calmness. Pair Lavender with whites and gold accents to bring this colour to life.

VAVOOM, Habitat, Carpetright, Mint & May

Bouclé

Bouclé means curled in French, Bouclé fabric is a light and comfy material that makes a room stand out.

Chaplins Furniture, Sweetpea & Willow, GlobeWest

Abstract Faces & Lines

Abstract faces and lines are making their way into interior spaces, and they are bringing a modern yet quirky touch to homes. 

Prepare to see a lot more designers and brands using these lines in 2021.

4MURS UK, Beaumonde, French Bedroom Company, Sweetpea & Willow

Grandmillenial

The Grandmillennial trend, also known as “granny chic” has become increasingly popular in the interior world. With many people adding a touch of granny chic to their glam decor, combining old with new, this makes for a unique and characterful interior space.

Lujo, Florence Broadhurst, Mindthegap, Sofology

Tone-on-Tone

Tone-on-tone palettes features one main hue and then other graded tones within that scheme are added to match the colour composition.

Sofology, Essential Home, Traumteppich.com

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