Interior Design Trends Guide 2024

Interior Design Trends Guide 2024

Interior design trends have been along for centuries. But, if you can't get your head round your Japandi or Mid-Century, we're here to help with our free guide to the latest interior design trends as picked by our team of experts. 

It's true, some 'trends' come and go faster than you can say "In a world full of trends, I want to remain a classic'. Quote by Iman, model and actress, and muse of luxury fashion houses Versace, Donna Karan and Yves Saint Laurent, amongst others.

While it's crucial to follow your heart, choosing timeless pieces you feel passionate about rather than chasing trends, when first designing a home and selecting pieces to decorate, it's useful to see what the possibilities are and how you can craft the house of your dreams designed for your lifestyle.

Discover all you need to know about the latest trends this year.

Biophilic Design

Photo Credit: The Forest Framed Fine Art Print by Abstract House

With a growing emphasis on sustainability and wellness, biophilic design brings nature indoors through the use of natural materials, indoor plants, and natural light. It aims to create spaces that promote health, well-being, and connection to the natural world.

    Sustainable Materials

    Photo Credit: The Signature Collection Of Sustainable Art And Frames By Abstract House

    There's a growing interest in eco-friendly and sustainable materials, such as plastic free, reclaimed wood, bamboo, cork, and recycled materials. These materials not only reduce environmental impact but also add warmth, texture, and character to interiors.

    By choosing art or picture frames from Abstract House, you're selecting really high quality pieces made using sustainable materials and traditional craftsmanship. It's a win-win for eco lovers.


      Maximalism is making a comeback, with bold colours, patterns, and textures taking centre stage. This trend celebrates individuality and self-expression, mixing different styles and influences to create eclectic and vibrant interiors.

        Warm and Earthy Tones

        Warm and earthy tones, such as terracotta, ochre, rust, and caramel, are becoming increasingly popular in interior design. These colors add warmth, depth, and coziness to spaces, creating a sense of comfort and relaxation.

          Curved Furniture

          Curved furniture and organic shapes are replacing harsh lines and geometric forms, adding a sense of softness and fluidity to interiors. From curved sofas and chairs to rounded tables and mirrors, these pieces create a more inviting and welcoming atmosphere.

            Grandmillennial Style

            Grandmillennial style combines traditional elements with a modern twist, blending antique furniture, vintage textiles, and classic patterns with contemporary accents. This trend embraces nostalgia and craftsmanship while adding a fresh and youthful flair to interiors.

              Multifunctional Spaces

              With the rise of remote work and flexible living arrangements, there's a growing demand for multifunctional spaces that can adapt to different needs throughout the day. From home offices that double as guest rooms to living rooms with built-in storage, these spaces maximize functionality without sacrificing style.

                Global Influences

                Global influences are inspiring interior design trends, with elements of different cultures and regions making their way into homes. From Moroccan rugs and Japanese ceramics to African textiles and Scandinavian furniture, these eclectic touches add depth and personality to interiors.

                  Vintage and Retro Vibes

                  Retro Curve Art Print-framed-Wall Art Print-Abstract House
                  Photo Credit: Retro Curve Framed Art Print by Abstract House

                  Vintage and retro-inspired décor is making a comeback, with nods to different eras such as the 70s, 80s, and 90s. Think bold colors, funky patterns, retro furniture, and nostalgic accessories that add a sense of fun and whimsy to interiors.

                  Tech Integration

                  First Lighting Hidden Kitchen Socket Plug Evoline Flip Worktop Socket
                  Photo Credit: First Lighting Evoline Flip Worktop Socket

                  With the increasing importance of technology in our lives, there's a focus on integrating smart home devices and technology seamlessly into interior design. From hidden charging stations and smart appliances to voice-activated lighting and home automation systems, these tech-savvy solutions enhance convenience and functionality in the home.

                    By incorporating these latest trends into your interior design projects, you can create spaces that are stylish, functional, and reflective of your personal taste and lifestyle.

                    If you're looking for a little help and free advice, why not get in touch with our curators and book in a free art consultation. Discover how art can impact your space and get free personalised recommendations handpicked just for you.

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