Transforming Your New Remodel Using Design Trends For 2024

Many people have been asking me to describe the 2024 interior design trends. To be honest, this is a subjective topic and everyone has an opinion when it comes to selecting a design. There appears however to be a consensus toward using a more overall subtle, softer and natural feel. Nature is coming inside such as mixing subtle green hues, larger plants, along with natural stone that goes beyond just a bold look. Using a rough-hewn stone, yet with natural softer textures, adds a raw beauty and depth to interiors that no other design element can achieve. 

To add a new natural element of nature into your home, try an entire wall of natural stone combined with various colors of nature as a possibility. Large format stone and tile can add a beautiful element. Material technology has come a long way and 2024 will capitalize on it.  Porcelain tile of all colors and design, such as seen at Crossville Studios, now comes in full 6’x10’ panels, which in the past was unheard of, and the results are stunning.  

In 2024, we see a significant shift toward innovative and unique bath designs. Homeowners are looking for ways to make their bathroom feel more like a luxurious spa retreat, and with these new trends, it’s easier than ever!  When it comes to countertops, we see a trend toward more natural materials like marble and granite, rather than using a fabricated quartz such as Silestone or Cambria. 

Homeowners are also interested in applying unique textures and patterns into their designs. Another popular trend for 2024 will be the use of mixed metals. In the past, most bathrooms were designed with one metal finish. However, I am seeing a trend toward mixing different metals with a satin or brushed metal look which will accent your stone and tile to create a unique look and feel. This can also be accomplished by incorporating different metal finishes into your cabinetry, hardware, and lighting fixtures.  

Like most people, you spend a lot of time in your kitchen as it’s the heart of the home, where we cook meals, eat breakfast, and gather with friends and family. So it’s no surprise that kitchen design is one of the most popular topics for home renovation. In 2024, we can expect to see a few new trends in kitchen design emerge such as getting away from white and adding double sized islands. 

One of the biggest 2024 kitchen design trends is mixed materials. We’re seeing a trend toward using multiple materials in one space to create an exciting and unique look while transitioning to entirely different material in another. This can be anything from combining wood and metal to using different types of stone for your countertops or using a larger tile format in your backsplash. 

In addition, stop hiding those wine bottles and use new integrated displays to bring interesting textures and shapes to your interior design. If you’re planning a kitchen renovation in 2024, don’t be afraid to experiment with different materials! Also be sure to check out those sleeker appliances that tend towards blending in than ever before. 

Another popular trend we’re seeing is the use of bold colors to accent the subtle natural hues I mentioned earlier along with softer shades of grey, greens and blues. In 2024, I expect to see more kitchens with more different colors mixed in purposely than ever before. If you’re not ready for such a drastic change, consider painting your island a different color than the rest of your kitchen cabinets. This is a great way to add an accent of color without going too overboard. 

Technology is also playing a significant role in kitchen design trends for 2024. I am seeing more and more kitchens with built-in touchscreen appliances, hands-free faucets, LCD monitors built into stone walls, and even voice-controlled smart cabinets. So if you want to stay on-trend, consider adding some high-tech features to your new kitchen renovation. Clients are now adding the luxurious comfort of built-in-the-wall coffee stations to spaces in their home offices, home theater areas and in their lower living areas. 

Shaker cabinets and farmhouse sinks are still in style, though we are seeing a shift toward mid-century modern which incorporates slab door and drawer fronts. All white kitchens are giving way to a mix of white and wood. This includes things like farmhouse sinks, and hardwood floors. Looking for a timeless design in your kitchen? Consider incorporating these classic elements.  

Regardless of your choices when it comes to design trends, be sure to select a professional Design Build Remodeler to help you with making great decisions for your remodeling project. Make sure they will guarantee the results to ensure your finished project will match perfectly to your expectations.  

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