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Trends for 2021

You just moved into a new home and you have unlimited freedom when it comes to interior and exterior renovations, but you are not quite sure where to begin. You know that you want your home to appear more vibrant and decorous, but you also realize that there are many different options to choose from and this alone can be overwhelming. That is why we have compiled a shortlist of design trends that we believe will flourish in 2021 (bye-bye 2020 and good riddance!).

Textured Walls

We are noticing that more and more homeowners are incorporating unique and natural textures into their walls. When it comes to your wall panels, you can opt for something that resembles wood, metal, and other composite materials, or you can go with a kind of fabric that adds more dimension and style. More and more designers and interior decorators are realizing that textured walls add a layer of ambiance that greatly enhances your home’s appearance and appeal.

Minimalist Designs

Less is more, as the expression goes. Clear out the clutter and install furniture and interior fixtures that take up little space. This may seem oversimplistic, but with the right Fengshui, you can fully realize the beauty of your home without having to resort to any unusual decorative choices. Also, minimalistic interior arrangements enable you to get more creative with the patterns, colors, and design options.

Recycled Materials

Many more homeowners and decorators are opting for environmentally friendly and sustainable alternatives to home renovation and remodeling. The latest developments in architectural technology lead us to believe that more manufacturers and designers are taking the environment into consideration when it comes to the product that they are producing and endorsing. More and more companies that specialize in home renovation are focusing on recyclable materials when it comes to their designs.

Curvilinear Fixtures

All interior decorators will agree that curvatures are gaining more and more popularity in home renovation. Sinks, sofas, coffee tables – no matter what it is, curvilinear fixtures possess ultra-modern and abstract qualities that appeal significantly to homeowners. Curvilinear designs imbue a fun and playful elegance throughout any interior setting and also add a sense of movement and variability. Soft angles in a luxuriously decorated room create a striking appearance.

Colorful Appliances

This is something that not a lot of designers saw coming. This a trend that only began to develop three years ago, and it is quickly becoming very popular. For years interior decorators were recommending stainless steel installations and fixtures because it offers a subtle elegance, so it was not until recently that bright and colorful appliances entered the picture. No one would consider a pink refrigerator to have a classic appearance, but it is unconventional, and that is what people want right now. Some popular colors at the moment include teal, petrol blue, and forest green.

A Fusion of Styles

Although this is a trend that may seem a little unorthodox, it is nonetheless what the people want. Many designers will consider this as “going against the grain” because it involves combining different cultural themes and motifs which would ordinarily not have anything to do with each other. More and more homeowners are incorporating multiple cultural variants but in a way that doesn’t create any aesthetic incompatibility.

Simple and Restrained Backgrounds

Trends in home remodeling tend to go in a lot of different directions, and neutral backgrounds are no exception. This is where colors and patterns are used sparingly with more of an emphasis on uniformity. Most homeowners will go with a dull color such as a grey or beige to establish a more cohesive appearance, whereas bright colors tend to highlight a particular furnishing or fixture.

Outdoor Televisions

In 2019 we saw this trend begin to emerge, but in 2021 you can expect a lot of homeowners to install an outdoor television in their backyard patio or pool deck. Covered outdoor spaces have already begun to pick up steam, so it only makes sense that more and more people will include a television. However, if you don’t want to build a covering over your deck, but you still want the outdoor television, you can always look into the waterproofing options that are available. Outdoor televisions also give you an excuse to use your backyard patio all year round!


It’s always important to stay ahead of the trends when it comes to home renovation because the last thing you want is for your home decor to be out of style within a couple of years. What’s most important, however, is that all of any decisions you make will appeal to your personal tastes. You want the furnishing and fixtures inside and outside of your home to reflect your personality and speak to the things that you value in life.