Home and Interiors Trends
Find out what's hot and trending right now in the world of home decor, interior design, garden and lifestyle.
2017 home and interior design trends
Dick and Angel Strawbridge transformed a once damp and derelict 19th century folly in their walled garden into a quaint family retreat. For decades, the chateau's folly stood forgotten, but from top to toe the ornamental building has slowly been brought back to life, complete with a magical mezzanine for the kids and a relaxing retreat for Dick and Angel to enjoy.
Limitless luxe is all about creating an added sense of luxury to spaces in the home that are either forgotten or overlooked. Here are five places to start: Give your bed the 5* hotel treatment; don’t forget to give your downstairs loo an upgrade; use your dining table as a visual focal point; make an entrance worthy of compliments; and prioritise sophisticated storage options.
If you’re keen to stay on top of interior trends for 2022, you’ve come to the right place. One of our favourite new home decor looks is curves; with curved furniture, accessories and design expected to spike in popularity this year. Think sleek silhouettes and organically-inspired shapes which embrace softness instead of design rigidity. We've compiled 11 stylish pieces from the House Beautiful Marketplace that tick all the boxes when it comes to curved interiors.
The Seventies is the go-to decade this autumn because it taps into nostalgia and reminds us of positive influences and joyful design. Don't go overboard with the typical bold Seventies colours, psychologically this will create too much stimulation. Muted shades with pops of warm earthy shades like mustard yellow and burnt orange will give you a fresh and modern Seventies look with a calming, homely atmosphere. (Photo: Graham & Brown’s Bohemian Dream wallpaper)
Bouclé, derived from the French word meaning curled or ringed, refers to both a yarn made from a series of looped fibre and the woven fabrics made from it. Bouclé fabrics are versatile and soft to the touch with a fleecy, teddy bear-like appearance. The nubby, multi-use textile is generally made from wool, although cotton, linen, and silk can also be used. It provides warmth, cosiness and texture, -perfect for achieving a stylish Scandi look and in modern interior spaces. (Photo: Heal's)
Described as 'the conerstone of decorating' and a 'warm elemental neutral which allows other colours to shine', Brave Ground is the Dulux Colour of the Year 2021. With a warm, earthy tone, the bolstering paint colour connects us back to nature and the simple things in life. Experts believe Brave Ground will create a nurturing space and Marianne says this colour will work particularly well in the living room.
We always talk about creating a good first impression, and when it comes to the home that starts at the front door, porch, or the front garden. But on Instagram, what's the obsession with a house exterior and a colourful front door? Take a look at this year's biggest trends including door accessories (wreaths and door knockers), door colours and flowers. (Photo: Getty)
Paula Sutton, @hillhousevintage, a lifestyle blogger and former fashion editor, moved from London to rural Norfolk a decade ago. As a key cottagecore influencer known for snapping whimsical scenes of rural life, Paula says her version of cottagecore is based around old English country houses. Read more on the cottagecore trend at housebeautiful.com/uk
Like harvest time and daffodils, country living trends come round every year. But cottagecore, the latest spin on rustic reverie is a global phenomenon, uniting young and old, fashion icons and smallholders, social media influencers and those who just want to wander off-grid in a forest. The cottagecore aesthetic is much more than pretty ditzy prints, flourishing gardens and raisin sourdough starters, and since lockdown forced us to revaluate our fast-paced lives. (Photo: Mindthegap).
As we approach autumn/winter, more of us will begin to welcome family and friends back into our homes. In need of a little home refresh? For the many who have spent months staring at the same rooms and décor, the promise of approaching the autumn and winter seasons could indicate the perfect time to introduce some new colour, styling or interior features to your home. Take a look at the hottest home decor trends for autumn/winter 2020.
Looking for the hottest autumn/winter trends for 2019? This season the emphasis is on colour and creating a cosy, comforting scheme. Peacock blues, deep rouge, berry tones and black kitchens, but don’t worry if these sound too dark for you – pretty pink and green is also a trend. We’ve compiled our top 10 for you to peruse, so have a look below as we show you how to create these exciting trends in your home this coming season. #hometrends #trends #homeideas #decor
Pantone has just unveiled the top colours for Autumn/Winter 2019/2020 – and it's all about sophistication and empowerment with punchy rich red tones, olive greens, thoughtful blue hues and golden yellows. The colours reflect a new level of colour complexity. Sophisticated and strong, it's a meaningful palette that empowers and instils confidence, giving you the feeling of freedom to create your own personalised identity at home. #colour #trends
From tie-dye to art deco to wallpaper stickers, Etsy has uncovered the hottest 2019 home decor trends in a new report based on search data and retail insights such as what sellers are creating, what shoppers are loving, and what’s hot right now in the wider market. According to Etsy, 'Maximalism is taking hold in the form of standout fixtures, bold patterns, and vibrant colours'. Image: Etsy #home #interiors #hometrends #house #cushion #plants #indoorplants
Deep cleaning the home before the arrival of a new baby is a great way to ensure everything is tidy and well prepared. With the royal baby on the way and Meghan Markle in her third trimester, the cleaning experts at Kärcher have released the top tips for expectant mothers also preparing their home for the arrival of a newborn. This beautiful white and pink nursery creates a relaxing and beautiful space #interiors #nursery #baby #home
The past several years have seen massive fluctuations across interior trends – colour, pattern, light and use of space. Some of these trends have become staples in design around the world and others were simply fleeting. From pastels to the wabi-sabi touch, these timeless trends from Onefinestay will work across any decorating style or theme. #homedecor #homedecorideas #decoratingideas
Instagram's most in-demand tile, the striking geometric Lily Pad, also turns out to be Ca’ Pietra's best-selling decorative tile of 2018. The tile boasts a beautiful hexagonal pattern with angular lines, and is ideal for adding a splash of colour. It's also great for making a small space appear bigger and will make a real design statement in modern and traditional interiors. #walltiles #floortiles #tilestyle
For interiors in 2019, the overriding theme is for more sustainability and natural materials. Of course, there are some gorgeous pretty colours to embrace too, but when it comes to decorating the home, the emphasis is on choosing designs that are classic and longer lasting. Discover the best home and interior design trends for spring summer 2019 at HouseBeautiful.com/uk. (Photo: California Shutters)
The Danish lifestyle concept of 'hygge' has been replaced by a centuries-old version you'll find much closer to home. 'Coorie' is a Scottish word traditionally meaning 'to snuggle' or 'cuddle', but it's taken on a different meaning over the years. The new wellness trend is all about embracing the outdoors. #wellness #health #happiness #lifestyle #cosy #outdoorliving #outdoors
2017 trend: Copper continues to shine +90% - Stylish and luxe, it looks like we're continuing to add a metallic edge to our homes with copper products. From statement lamps to mirrors and storage baskets, there are many ways to bring copper to your decor. (Pictured: Tom Dixon Copper Pendant Light, from £255, Rume). Find more trends at housebeautiful.co.uk
2017 trends - marble wallpaper +303%: Marble was a big trend in 2016 and it looks like it's definitely here to stay. With faux effect materials and wall murals growing in popularity, the combined result will bring a contemporary feel to your home. (Pictured: Blue and Bronze Cracked Marble Wallpaper, from £25 /m2, Murals Wallpaper). Find more trends at housebeautiful.co.uk
2017 trend - hygge in the home +285%: Pronounced 'hue-gah', it's the Danish concept of living simply. Morten Georgsen, one of Scandinavia's best known design exports, previously told us: 'Hygge is not a thing or something you buy, hygge is a state of mind. You can have hygge on your own or with family and friends. It relates to a certain atmosphere.' Find more trends at housebeautiful.co.uk