Top 4 interior design trends for 2021

As we turn the page on 2020 and welcome in 2021, Spires Interiors are looking at the top 4 interior design trends we are loving for the coming year and how you can easily incorporate them into your home.

With many of us spending much of 2020 in our homes and adjusting the way we live, we also adjusted the space we live in with more home comforts and multifunctional workspaces. Our customers are always looking to spruce up their living space with current trends, so we have compiled 4 of our trend winners for 2021

Minimalistic design

Our lives can get hectic sometimes, so many homeowners opt for a luxury minimal design which involves using the bare essentials to create a simple and uncluttered space, combined with neutral colours. Clear spaces are becoming more desirable with fewer pieces of furniture focusing solely on the shape, colour and texture of a handful of essential elements.

Spires Interiors create bespoke, luxury storage solutions that focus on functionality and practicality. With flat, smooth surfaces and strong, clean lines, creating a storage solution that ensures your home is clutter-free.

Light woods

After years of painted and high gloss woods, natural wood is making its way back into the interior design world. The simplicity of plain woods, such as a Scandinavian blonde or a more rustic light oak style, gives a more natural and lighter feel to a room.

Both contemporary and traditional homes alike will suit lighter hues of wooden furniture. Spires Interiors have installed light wood storage solutions and kitchen cabinetry for many homeowners, reinforcing that feeling of more space as the hues create the illusion of a bigger room.

Earthy, grounded shades

Earth tones are drawn from a colour scheme dominated by browns, tans, warm greys and greens. The tones are muted and flat and are usually combined with nature-inspired elements such as house plants and light woods to give a real sense of the outdoors.

Homeowners are saying goodbye to the cool tones that have ruled for several years and replacing them with warm, natural shades, from indigo blue to rich brown, combined with layering neutral colours.

Statement office walls

Many of us have been spending at least some of our working time at home and a lot will be working from home for the foreseeable. Homeowners have found slouching over the sofa isn’t going to cut it for much longer. 

With more established office areas coming into homes, we have noticed homeowners are putting in more of an effort to bring in feature walls and backdrops, departing from standard block white walls and replacing them with individual art pieces which embody their personality.

Got a project in mind? Get in touch with Spires Interiors today for a free consultation.