It's clear that there are many interior design trends that stand the test of time and show up year after year, but there are many that don't. With the year coming to an end, we asked a handful of interior pros which trends they want to say goodbye to in 2024—and their answers might surprise you. Our biggest takeaways? Excessive neutrals and minimalism are out.
Curious to know more about the home decor trends that likely won’t be as popular next year? Read on to find out.
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The color white will never go out of style, but the all-white look is very much over according to some designers.
Kara Thomas, founder and principal designer at Studio KT says that the all-white/neutral aesthetic lacks personality and that's why it's on her must-go list.
«No more playing it safe! I'm expecting to see deep, dark hues used more in the home.”
Yvonne Wigstead, the director of Indigo Acre Interior Designers, couldn’t agree more. According to her, white lacks personality and individuality.
»While it does offer a minimalist charm, it's become so ubiquitous that it leaves little room for individual personality or creative expression," Wigstead says. «The result is often homes that look more like art galleries than spaces meant for living, which undermines the warmth and inviting atmosphere that, in my opinion, a home should offer.”
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Nature-inspired interiors are very on trend and one popular way to get this look is with slatted walls. While slatted walls aren't going anywhere, Aman Garcha, lead designer at Styling Spaces, says that too many people have jumped on this trend in the wrong way with partially slatted walls.
According to Garcha, partially slatted walls look incomplete, so she
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