Interior trends for 2021
Trends quite often are influenced by the external events that are happening in the world.
And what is more happening right now than the world on lockdown whilst we fight this virus! Being at home and indeed working at home more, means that creating a place to feel safe and comfortable in has never been so important. Instead of holidays to a Country far far away we are now holidaying in our homes.
And the savings we have made from staying at home more has enabled us to afford to do that job we was always putting off!
A decor trend based in bringing nature to our homes. Strengthening the human-nature connection. Natural and organic materials strongly decorated to remind us of the exterior life, creating mixed interiors with nature.
The thought of stripping our lives back a bit and taking those one hour daily walks and exploring the outside world has made us appreciate the outdoors. The calm and tranquility we find ourselves in when surrounded by nature is so important right now.
From floral wallpapers to raw unfinished natural woods this trend will be sure to bring calm to what is a crazy world we live in right now!
For more concerned times, there is an urgent need for developing solutions to wasted materials. Interior design trends 2021 will determine a new age in developing sustainable design.
Tormar have always had sustainable practices in place and have built the ethos of the whole brand around this.
The Japandi Trend
The combination of the Scandi and Japanese interior styles the Japndi trend will be big news for 2021. Now a lot of us are working from home, the need for organisation, multipurpose spaces and simplicity is key for working success.
The Scandinavian inspiration of light woods allows us to feel fresh in a space we spend a lot more time in. The trend of lighter wood doesn’t just stop at furniture or flooring but also for covering walls and ceilings.
The Bridgford is a classic example of the perfect balance of the Scandi and Japanese styling.
This wood in its more natural form ties in with the previous trends of the natural elements and the need for the natural world to work around us.
Industrial style and multi-purpose rooms is a trend that fits in perfectly with the increased uptake of working from home in lockdown. This way of working will potentially be adopted after restrictions have been lifted.
The millennial generation will have a tendency in choosing larger open spaces, making a unit space of living, entertaining, dining and meal prep.
The colour green can be seen in various guises in interiors, from soft furnishings, wall colours and accessories. Pulling in influences from the natural trends, the colour green, especially a more earthy tonal green, will allow us to relax to breathe and to take a few seconds to just chill out.
The Henry bed really stands out with the green wall and soft furnishings.
Grey & Yellow Pantone colour of the year!
Well actually its Pantone 17-5104 Ultimate Grey and Pantone 13-0647 Illuminating. The ultimate paring and as Pantone quote ''A marriage of colour conveying a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting. Supporting each other in a tonal way is a great statement to give to the year 2021. It is a story of colour that encapsulates deeper feelings of thoughtfulness with the promise of something sunny and friendly. The grey being that dependable elements for a firm foundation of support and the yellow a nod to the bright and cheery future we can look forward to.''
We do dream of getting away to somewhere tropical. If we can’t have that right now, the trend for tropical will have to do. This could be wallpapers featuring bird of paradise or accessories like monkey lamp stands. It doesn’t have to be over the top just a little nod towards those sunnier climates can bring a smile and a feeling of hope and one day we will be there!
OK this is crazy... But it has to have a mention because of that. Flamingo Side Table from Courthouse Interiors.