2024 Design Trends for Home StagersDec 07, 2023
The 2024 Colors of the Year have been announced and while the new hues are not all the same, they are being described with the same phrases: “sanctuary, softness, healing, and calm.”
While last years colors were all warmer, the 2024 colors are creating a bridge between warm and cool tones.
As a Master Color Consultant®, it is important to stay up on paint trends so that you can suggest the freshest looks to your clients. Trends are important to all aspects of interior design. When purchasing inventory for your home staging business, you want to be careful to not buy foundational pieces like sofas and coffee tables that are too trendy, but you should bring in updated elements through your accessories and art.
Not sure what to look for when shopping for updated art and accessories? Based on Pinterest search data, these are some predictions for trends you should look for.
This new mix of vintage Americana chic with deep, moody hues has an appeal for all generations. To use it well, don’t veer too far into the “saloon” look.
Trending Pinterest searches: “western gothic” +145%, “vintage americana” +145%, “western mirror” +125%
Amorphic shapes have been trending for a while and we think they aren’t going away any time soon.
Searches for “jellyfish lamp” are up 95%
Silver is Back
Just as paint colors are cooling, so are our metals. And to pair well with the jellyfish look, silver looks melted too. While older generations are still holding on to our warm golds, Gen Z and millennials are embracing chrome again.
Pinterest searches for “aluminum door design” are up 70% and “aluminum furniture” is up 45%.
We just can’t let go of the 70s and rattan. Hot pink and pineapples are still hot. We are all ready for a little beach escape and sunscreen-scented nostalgia.
Pinterest search for “tropical chic decor” is up +110% and “coconut aesthetic” is up 35%
Other design trends we think we'll see more of:
Bows on everything.
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