So 2020 is over, and therefore, the team here at Orlando Interior Design Cambridgeshire have identified our top ten fabulous new trends that we expect to surge to success in 2021. Here our team identify all ten trends to enable you to understand the different elements of each to create the look.
1. Luxe Minimalism
Luxe minimalism is a moderately new addition to Interior Design. To define Luxe minimalism, think ‘less is more’. Infusing modern design with subtle touches of glamour, think neutral muted colours, modern clean lines - minimal accessorising.
The modern interior masters creative ways to use multiple materials such as; stone, wood, steel, marble and brass. These beautiful materials help to support the clean feel and effortless beauty of the space. The addition of brass details and the nod toward the Art Deco period demonstrate richness in the design - the glamour aspect. This Sophisticated aesthetic is predicated to dominate Interiors in 2021 and we at Orlando Interior Design
are ready for it!
When it comes to furniture and style in 2021, Vintage is the way forward! Whether that is buying second hand, vintage inspired furniture, older properties or simply having a specific vintage taste, this trend is a mid-century
throwback that reinforces our eco friendly
thoughts & green footprint.
This trend statements bold hues and clashing of intricate patterns which, is a complete contrast to other trends in 2021. Vintage emphasises the use of natural materials, distressed and painted woods, ornate wooden coving, rugged vintage lines, elaborate ornaments with indications of brushed brass and yellow golds to compliment the finishes. There are many alternate ways to perfect vintage themed design without having to substitute your modern homes.
3. Colourful Maximalism
Bold, loud and fun, colourful maximalism exemplifies a style composed of mixed patterns, saturated colours and busy furnished spaces. The ornate nature is reminiscent of English stately homes, however, the vivid colours and
modern accents are what makes maximalism. This style utilises all your preferred styles and merges them into a new
one, unique to you. With a wide range of materials and finishes to choose from, your options are unlimited, whether you desire harsh contours, playful colours, economic and reusable furniture or just to express yourself through your interests - this trend is all about you.
4. Rustic Contemporary
Rustic contemporary is an equal blend of modern and country features, which help to display an earthy aesthetic with indications of modern clean lines. Exposing wooden floors, incorporating limestone & slate tiles or utilising organic glass lighting can help achieve this look.
Traditional beams and stone feature walls help to create a rustic, log cabin environment. Combine this with modern practical furniture & mixed mediums of wood, limestone & steel elegantly layered to make a subtle aesthetic space with minimal textiles and accessories. This style allow us to appreciate the modern aspects of the design but also, to appreciate the old and sustainable features which make your house a home.
5. Multi Functional spaces
Open multi functional spaces are becoming a very popular feature in family homes. This
American style of living can unite a family so that we are more involved in each others lives.
Expanses of glass extend our living into our gardens in the warmer months, however, do bear in mind the method of heating these spaces & also to create privacy when overlooked.
With more people working at least part time from home,
refunctioning a spare bedroom or dining room as an office or workspace is also very important. As a complete contrast to being family inclusive, this is about creating a space that aids
home working, a respite with calm & focus.
6. Warm and Cosy Spaces
After a year of lockdown, we have all looked for comfort, warmth & cosiness in our homes.
In terms of colour palettes, muted neutrals with a pop of colour throughout the accessories are
the way forward for cosy spaces. Incorporating this style into your
home is easy, bulk up on textiles!
Throws, blankets, cushions, warm lighting, candles - neutral coloured, comfortable furniture is key to a
homely, cosy space.
7. Distant Shores
This trend reflects the distant shores we love to visit,
either in holidays past or a desire to visit. During the
pandemic, we have been unable to enjoy a holiday