2021 Interior Design Trends
It's hard to believe this year has finally come to an end. We survived another year of the Covid-19 pandemic! On this last post of the year, we're reviewing some of our favorite design trends that we saw throughout the last 12 months. With everyone spending a lot of time indoors, having a home that you love has never been more important.
Creating an Indoor Oasis
Carving out a bit of relaxation time in your busy schedule is not always easy, but this master bathroom from our Hanover project definitely helps. The freestanding tub in front of a large picture window with views of the surrounding hills is the perfect place to get your zen on.
Sticking with a mostly neutral color palette never goes out of style, as seen in this moody dining room by Tamara Magel. The light colored furniture really pops against the contrasting dark wall covering, which transitions into the built-in bar. A textured black tile backsplash is fun take on the classic white subway.
Soft rounded lines were seen on sofas, chairs, coffee tables, and more this year. This rounded furniture trend ties into the Postmodernist design era that features statement making furniture pieces that are sure to be a conversation starter.
Old Meets New
These two spaces below, by Katie Hodges and Amber Lewis feature traditional elements of turned wood legs, vintage rugs, and rustic wood accents paired with more modern elements such as the clean lines of the dining chairs and a muted neutral palettes.
That rounds out some of our design highlights of 2021! Which is your favorite? Let us know in the comments or over on our Instagram @naomiewertinteriors. Wishing everyone a Happy New Year, and here's to many more fun projects coming in 2022! Stay tuned!
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