10 Home Decor Trends That Will Be Big in Spring 2024, According to Designers

1. Indigo

Rich and serene, indigo has always been favorited by interior designers – and this spring, it’s getting some extra love.

2. Unique and Eclectic

‘Unique and eclectic’ isn’t just about decorating in an unexpected way; it’s also a celebration of culture and personality.

3. Curves

Branching from the umbrella that is ‘cozy and minimalist,’ curved decor emphasizes shapes and textiles from all parts of the globe.

4. Black

This spring, expect black in every texture and finish, from velvet and leather to natural wood and heavy rug weaves. In theory, this trend might seem a little much, but in practice, it's actually quite simple.

5. Coastal Textures

2020 saw a rise in natural wood, distressed surfaces and other marks of the coastal style – and the trend is carried through to spring ’24, stronger than ever.

6. Retro Colors

Expect to see more and more of blended, washed-out dyes, especially "in indigo and green," in throw pillows, blankets and other upholstered accents.

7. Mixed Metallics

Another major design tactic for spring ’24 as "mixed metallics, when kept toned down in darker hues and even matte finishes." It as a mirroring of jewelry trends: "The rule of sticking to only gold or silver is out the window, and decor is catching up.

8. Geometrics

If Spring ’24 home design trends will teach homeowners anything "it’s that geometric patterns don’t have to be limited to throw pillows."

9. Gradation

Embracing the tried-and-true design concept of color movement and rhythm, gradation will pack a powerful punch this spring – in small doses.

10. Contrast

Finally, color pairings high in contrast will continue to take over designs this spring. Some of the strongest combos expected to make appearances? "Deep black + fresh white, moody indigo + neutral grey and sparkling metallics + natural wood." Each one of those combinations, though, depends on the tone and style of your space. For example, "a Scandi-inspired home will want to avoid indigo and sparkles, focusing on white and natural light (with black statements for definition)." As a parting piece of advice, she parts with these words of wisdom: "Creating one vision for your home, one aesthetic, is key to - and makes it so much easer incorporating new home trends."

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