Photo & Design: Anthology Interiors
I must admit, my yearly interior design trends prediction posts are my very favourite to put together every January. I love taking a moment to pause and reflect on where we’ve been, and taking note on what’s sparking my fancy going forward. While I may not be taking on interior design work of my own at this very moment, the time off has given me the added bonus to take a step back and observe what my talented colleagues are doing from afar. There is so much goodness to come in the design world, and I can’t wait to see it all unfurl. Following are my predictions for the best interior design trends in 2021.
PS: Check out my interior design trends post for 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 & 2016. While all of them were most definitely in the spotlight that year, I still love the vast majority, which is always a good sign!
Be still my beating heart. Checkerboard floors are hot right now, with the added bonus of being rooted in timelessness. It’s a look I’m noticing far and wide, but not one I feel I’ll ever tire of.
Photo & Design: Clark & Co Homes
Photo & Design: June and Blue
Oversized range hood covers have been in the works for some time now (take a peek at my mom’s kitchen, as an example!) and it’s one that continues to set my heart aflutter. The range hood cover is very quickly becoming the focal point of the kitchen, and it’s a look that marries both form and function in the most beautiful way.
Photo: Monika Hibbs | Design: Stephanie Jean Design
Photo: Lucy Call | Design: W Design Collective
For someone who is more or less in camp neutral across the board, this is a big one for me. Incorporating colour in subtle doses is always my M.O, but lately I find myself drawn to deeper, richer hues. Muddied jewel tones are currently speaking to my soul – especially when it comes to millwork and cabinetry.
Photo: Aaron Leitz | Design: Lisa Staton
Photo & Design: Light & Dwell
Photo & Design: Amber Interiors
Photo: Stoffer Photography | Design: Kate Marker Interiors
Ahh plaster finishes, you beautiful, beautiful thing. Incorporating texture is absolutely the name of the game in the interior design world lately, and plaster is a beautiful way to add a sumptuous layer while still remaining rooted in elegance. Plaster walls (and range hood covers) are abundant these days, and I secretly can’t get enough of their subtle magic.
Photo: Asa Liffner | Design: Emilie Bonaventure
Photo: Tessa Neustadt | Design: Amber Interiors
Photo & Design: Jenny Komenda
For a while there, when it came to woodwork, we were primarily focused on bleached woods that had an almost coastal vibe. But lately I’m finding myself drawn to the beauty of medium-toned woods. Those rich, honey-hued tones speak to me on a cellular level, and I love the warmth, depth, and elegance that they add to a space.
Photo & Design: Light & Dwell
Photo & Design: Noa Santos
Photo: Lucy Call | Design: Studio McGee
Photo: Nicki Sebastian | Design: M. Elle Design
Photo & Design: Knight Residential Group
I’d love to know – which interior design trends for 2021 are you loving and noticing? And which are you excited to leave behind?
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Hello Jacquelyn, what a spot on post that makes my heart skip a beat as well. Ohhhhh to the checker board floors, muddy hues, large hoods and medium toned woods. Yes, yes yes!!! Have a lovely weekend❣️
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