2024 Trends to Consider for the New Year

As 2023 comes to an end, it’s already time to look forward to the new home remodeling trends for 2024. Even if you’re not planning a major project for next year or looking to follow the newest trends, it’s nice to see what’s up and coming. You can incorporate these trends or use them as inspiration for your own decorating ideas. Either way, I’m sure you’ll enjoy these four  2024 trend predictions. 

2024 trendsChocolate Brown 

During  2023, we noticed more homeowners moving toward warmer color palettes and tones and that trend will be even more obvious in 2024 Whether using it as a new paint color, fabric selection on a sofa, or accent tile in a bathroom, chocolate brown is a fantastic color to create a relaxing and inviting space. Bring in Nature

Keeping in line with designing cozier spaces, bringing in more nature is a 2024 trend that began gaining popularity in 2023. This includes more houseplants, floral patterns, and color palettes inspired by nature. Designers see homeowners choosing oversized windows to allow more natural light into the home. , Increasingly,  indoor spaces are being renovated, expanded, and utilized to enjoy every bit of what nature has to offer. 

2024 trendsTextured Walls

Nothing beats a simplistic painted wall – except a textured wall. Adding depth and layers to your designs with textured walls can make a space feel more unique. Lime washes are becoming increasingly popular and likely will continue to be featured in 2024. 

Similarly, textured wallpaper has been making a comeback.  Wallpaper can be added to a whole room or confined to an accent wall. There are endless   possibilities  when using wallpaper, with color, patterns, textures and placement. 

2024 trendsCozier Spaces

The last three trends all have something in common, leading to the final trend on our list. Chocolate brown, incorporating more nature, and textured walls  all create a cozier and more inviting space. For quite a while, wide-open floor plans and bright white rooms were desired by nearly all homeowners. However, we’re now seeing a trend towards cozier spaces with dark colors and alcoves perfect for curling up with a hot chocolate and a good book.  While it’s still advantageous to have an open space for cooking, some areas of the home might benefit more from a warmer color palette  and textured surfaces. 

Trends come and go, and while keeping up with them is always a good idea, it’s essential not to let them sway your own personal style. Take a look at what will be popular this coming year, but be sure to use these ideas as inspiration, not an instruction manual. If some of the new trends excite you and reflect your personal decorating aesthetic, discuss them with your contractor to see how you could best incorporate them in your remodel.