As we head into the last months of 2023, it’s time to start thinking about your home projects for next year! We want to share upcoming trends for 2024 that you can incorporate into your next remodeling project. Here are 5 interior design trends for 2024.

1. Bright Colors

Don’t be afraid to use bolder colors and make your space fun! Bright colors will make your space more unique and interesting to look at. Researching color theory can help you decide which colors to choose for each room.

2. Natural Materials

If you can, incorporate natural materials into your home renovation projects. We discussed this in our blog post “How to Create a Timeless Home,” but if you live in an area where river rock is part of the natural surroundings, you may want to use that material for a fireplace in the living room or an accent wall in the kitchen. A heavily wooded neighborhood may inspire the use of rough beams and posts in your home remodel.

3. Wallpaper

You may be thinking that wallpaper is a thing of the past. Not anymore! A lot of people are starting to incorporate wallpaper into their home renovations, and we love it! You can start small; add wallpaper to an accent wall in your bathroom and go from there. Who knows? You might just love it!

4. Antique-Inspired Hardware

If you want to update your space without spending a lot of money or time, try replacing your existing knobs and handles with vintage hardware. This is a great way to mix and match different styles without much effort.

5. Rethinking Living Spaces

When it comes to your home renovation, let yourself think outside the box! If your current layout isn’t working well, maybe it’s time for a change. Consider converting your spare bedroom into an office or your basement into the kids’ playroom. We can help you with this! We’re all about getting creative and coming up with the best solutions for you and your family.

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When you’re ready to start the conversation about your 2024 home remodeling project, contact us! We can’t wait to get started.


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