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Interior Trends for 2024

From elaborate Art Deco and striking silver to hotel luxury at home, here is our look into the key trends that are set to take centre stage this year.

Jade Bloomfield
By Jade Bloomfield, Editor
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As we embark on a new year, the world of interior design is already buzzing with anticipation for the trends that will shape and define 2024. For those with a keen eye for design and an appreciation for understated elegance, we've outlined our trends set to take centre stage. The detail and glamour of the Art Deco movement are seen through a contemporary lens. Alongside, we see the magic of metal attract more audiences with striking silver at its heart. Warm tones are a staple style for 2024, as hues like peach fuzz and chocolate brown will be essential ingredients to add warmth and comfort to your interior.

Natural materials have been gaining traction over the last few years and this year will be no different. Mother Earth's materials will be firm favourites from mesmerising marble to aged oak. Hotel luxury at home also continues to permeate the design world as more designers look to their favourite resorts and spas for inspiration. Let's delve into these trends and discover how they can transform your space into a haven of refined luxury and timeless sophistication.

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1. Styling with Natural Materials

For 2024, the biophilic trend continues to integrate sumptuous natural materials seamlessly. Exquisite woods, opulent marbles, and pristine stones, chosen for their elegance, create a refined palette of earthy tones. Reclaimed or ethically sourced wood adds warmth, while marble surfaces exude timeless luxury. Celebrating the textures and imperfections, this biophilic approach not only enhances aesthetics but also signifies a commitment to harmonising opulence with the natural world.

Petrified Wood Sculpture
Black Label By Uttermost
Petrified Wood Sculpture
£336
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2. Hotel Luxury at Home

Inspired by the splendour and elegance of the world's best boutique hotels, this trend elevates the experience of home. Designers and their clients will look to evoke the inviting ambience of these establishments through plush textures, sumptuous fabrics, and refined finishes. From velvet upholstery to satin drapery, attention to detail is key. Layering textures, incorporating statement lighting, and investing in quality bedding are other ways in which you can bring the essence of hotel luxury into your everyday life.

Repetition Wood Bed
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Caracole
Repetition Wood Bed
From £3,460
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3. Silver Collection

Precious metals have a timeless allure and silver seems to be the finish that is striking a chord with interior designers. Cool polished nickel and silver add a sleek edge to schemes but also pair well with the ever-popular antique brass. Each of these metallic elements exudes modern sophistication. They can simultaneously add interest but also keep your interior feeling polished. To add to their appeal, the reflective surfaces of polished nickel and silver work well to introduce a sense of luminosity to pared-back interiors.

Cobra Candleholders, Set of 3
Georg Jensen
Cobra Candleholders, Set of 3
£195
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4. Updated Art Deco

The iconic Art Deco style of the 1920s and 1930s is making a comeback but with a contemporary twist. Think bold geometric patterns, luxurious materials, and a colour palette that balances rich jewel tones with subtle neutrals. Updated Art Deco marries this distinctive style with modern forms. Incorporate sleek furniture with clean lines, metallic accents, and statement art pieces to embrace this trend and create a space that feels rich in character.

Gatsby Storage Cabinet
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Jonathan Charles
Gatsby Storage Cabinet
From £2,485

5. Peach Fuzz and Terracotta Tones

Colour experts, Pantone picked Peach Fuzz are their definitive tone for 2024 and we are in agreement. You can set the direction for your interior depending on your preferred shade of peach. Whilst pastel and more pink-toned iterations project a more playful vibe, darker versions can be great for more muted spaces. Pairing both together is a great way to create a monochromatic and layered look in your home.

Scribble Cushion, Amber
Kirkby Design
Scribble Cushion, Amber
£141

6. Chocolate and Espresso Interiors

We've seen a gradual shift from cool greys to more earthy brown tones over the last few years. 2024 shows no signs of this trend slowing. Deep and dark, the chocolate and espresso trend presents a relaxed yet elegant atmosphere. Layers of light and dark browns come together to create a rich and evocative interior.

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Elements Bamboo Silk Rug, Battered Bronze
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Holmes Bespoke
Elements Bamboo Silk Rug, Battered Bronze
From £4,354
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