06.01.2024 - 00:25 / bhg.com
Ann VanderWiel Wilde
The start of a new year brings about new, almost-literally endless potential for home trends—and if 2024 is anything like 2023, there’s going to be something for everyone. While it’s nearly impossible to predict the surge of niche styles like tomatocore and fairy grunge, design pros have a grasp on what to expect on a larger scale: This year, Yelp’s Home & Living Trend Report predicts moody tones, vintage flair, and personality around every corner.
Dani Dazey, maximalist enthusiast and the designer behind Trixie Motel, partnered with Yelp to offer advice for adding 2024’s top home trends to your space and making them your own.
“It’s funny because I’m applying almost every [single] one of them to my new house,” she tells Better Homes & Gardens. “We’re switching out all the lighting. I’m doing red and pink. I’m, for the first time, committing to really organizing my closet—we did a build-in on the wall and I felt like a bunch of shelves and trays and really organizing it. I’m doing open shelving in the kitchen.”
Between her personal applications at home and her expertise from years of experience working in the fashion and design world, Dazey has all the info on how to incorporate this year's top decor trends at home. Here’s how she plans on getting ahead using Yelp’s predictions.
Color has fully seeped back into interiors, and Yelp’s experts don’t expect that to change—especially when it comes to shades that bring an element of playfulness. While Danish pastel, checkerboard rugs, and softer hues dominated 2023, Dazey thinks the trend is likely to turn to the darker side.
“I feel like there’s kind of a color shift to a deeper, more moody, colorful vibe,” she says. “All of the Yelp data that they gathered
Some say that hardware is the jewelry of the kitchen, and that certainly appears to be the case based on the kitchen hardware trend predictions for 2024.
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In the ever-evolving tapestry of horticulture, 2024 brings forth a new chapter as gardens undergo a transformative journey guided by the latest trends. From the integration of nature into outdoor spaces to the tech-savvy approaches that are revolutionizing horticulture, this year's garden landscape is a canvas of innovation and sustainability. Join us as we delve into the heart of these trends and explore how they are changing the way we imagine, cultivate and experience our gardens. Step into a world where sustainability meets aesthetic expression, where technology blends with the natural, and where each garden becomes a unique testament to the creativity and conscientiousness of its caretaker. Welcome to the garden trends of 2024 – a celebration of greenery, diversity and the limitless possibilities that bloom in the outdoors.
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If you’re constantly tripping over wayward shoes in your entryway, battling piles of paperwork on your kitchen island, or stepping on LEGOs (ouch!), it’s easy to fall into the frustration a cluttered space can cause.
As with fashion, floriculture also has its trends. Dutch botanist Jacqueline van der Kloet signals two color trends.
There are exceptions, as may well be imagined, among the wonderful variety that is found in roses at the present day. The first exception is found in those varieties that make vigorous growth even when hard pruned; this would seem to indicate that the orthodox method is not for them. Neither, in fact, is it suitable.
Being British we love to talk about the weather, it’s just one of those things we do. Many of us are never happy whatever the weather brings. It’s either too cold (but it’s the winter so what do you expect, put a few extra layers on), or too hot (again it’s the summer and that’s what happens, drink something cold and buy a fan). It rains when people don’t want it to (I must admit sometimes when it pours and I’m working I do get cross but I can’t do anything about it), and then sometimes it gets very windy (we live on a small island that is right next to the Atlantic ocean so it’s gonna happen). Stop complaining about the weather all the time and just live your life and enjoy your life. You only get one life so make the most of it and stop moaning about something that really doesn’t effect you that much. Yes you might get wet when it rains or sweaty when it’s hot, but there is always someone worse off that you. Ok so moan over, here’s what I got up to today and how the weather has effected my plants.
The housing market is finally starting to loosen up a little in 2024. But if you’re looking to get the most value out of your home before putting it on the market, you might want to consider a remodel.