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2021 Design recommendations for your luxury home

Design recommendations

It’s been a while since we bade 2020 adieu. What could be a better way to fully put the past behind us than to give our homes a makeover? This year, embrace changes in your home’s interior design. Below are a few design trends that will freshen up your sanctuary.

  1. Elevated cottagecore
  2. For most of 2020, we spent our time indoors. The home became our refuge from a lot of uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. So, it isn’t surprising how one of the emerging interior design trends in 2021 revolves around an elevated version of cottagecore.

    In 2021, cottagecore is modernized with decorative pieces made from carbon and steel. This design trend is best suited for homes with traditional bones – think hardwood floors and exposed beams. This classic backdrop is an excellent stage for the more modern pieces.

  3. Nautical/tropical
  4. Travel restrictions had us all yearning for the sand, the water, and the sea breeze. While there is nothing quite like spending an afternoon by the beach, it is possible to recreate the ambiance at home.

    This year, nautical and tropical themes are back in vogue! It is a great time to take advantage of your love for color and pattern since this aesthetic calls for vibrant tropical colors, greenery, and attractive floral designs.

  5. The rise of peel-off wallpaper
  6. You might be thinking it’s time to change your walls. You could do that with peel-off wallpaper. It’s apartment-friendly and also well within the customization options of renters.

    Peel-off wallpapers come in a variety of themes and designs. Best of all, they’re easy to apply and just as easy to remove.

  7. Goodbye gray, hello green!
  8. Most of the past decade was dominated by gray and other cool tones. But this year, it’s time to reintroduce more color to our lives especially in the kitchen.

    While the Pantone colors of the year are yellow and grey, it is all about green when it comes to the kitchen! Green walls or cabinets are a great way to refresh and liven up the kitchen. You can go for a light mint to create a fresh space, opt for a medium leaf green to bring the outside in, or go deep with rich emerald tones for a luxe feel.

  9. Wicker and rattan
  10. If there is anything 2020 has taught us, it’s that it’s crucial to create a home that is truly your own.

    Sanctuaries come in many forms. A good way to inject warmth and coziness into your home is through wicker and rattan furniture. These natural materials are a perfect addition to your home if you are looking for ways to lighten your space. It also doesn’t hurt that pieces made from these materials are incredibly versatile. They can be used indoors and outdoors!

  11. Maximalism
  12. Minimalism has had a long reign among interior design trends. And while it will never really go away, 2021 calls for something different. Restrained, minimalist décor is slowly giving way to spaces filled with tchotchkes, personal effects, and more.

    Maximalism wants you to go all out and for your personality to shine through your home’s interior design. It’s all about telling your personal story through the decorative pieces artfully placed throughout your home. There is no better time to surround yourself with pieces that you love than now!

A house is more than a home

The past year also made us re-envision the home as a functional and flexible space where you can do things you would normally do outside. And right now, it looks like home gyms and home offices are here to stay.

If you decide to create your own fitness nest or home office, invest in quality. A good chair, an expansive table, a nice lamp, and workout equipment that help you reach your fitness goals should be enough. Make arrangements according to your ever-changing needs.

Don’t follow trends. Find ones you like and make it your own.

When it comes to interior design, the world is your oyster. Listen to your heart, identify your lifestyle needs, and let your creative juices flow unrestricted. Without a doubt, you’ll have a decorating your luxury home in Williamsburg, VA.

Is redecorating too little of a change for you? Maybe it is time to move to a beautiful new place. Coldwell Banker Traditions can help you find luxury homes for sale in Williamsburg, VA and the Hampton Roads area. Give us a call at 757.229.9595 or email us at info(at)cbtraditions(dotted)com to schedule a real estate consultation.