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Curious which interior design trends to look out for in the new year? Presenting themselves less like ever-fleeting fads and more as adaptations to our lives, these upcoming trends aren’t likely to fade away anytime soon. Tweaking prominent styles, expect to see your favorite aspects continue to shine while modern approaches replace anything inauthentic or irrelevant to how we live today.
Now follow along as we explore the trends on our radar for 2024—we’ll even highlight a few products to help you achieve the look in your home.
Scandinese (also referred to as Japandi) is a hybrid of Scandinavian and Japanese designs, such as lagom and wabi sabi, respectively. This style takes the grounding philosophies and pared-down, minimalist aesthetics shared by these quite geographically distant styles, and makes them the main stars. As individuals intend to spend more time at home into 2024, this style is sought after for its intentional design and calming effect in an overwhelming world.
At its finest, Scandinese is composed of simple silhouettes combined with soft, gentle curves, a quiet yet comforting color palette through warm neutrals, and plenty of organic elements—all used in an understated, purposeful way. The overall effect? The most ethereal landscape with minimal distractions.
While Pinterest boards and social platforms are great for inspiration, they can sometimes make this style feel unattainable in regular spaces. Luckily, bringing the sheer simplicity of Scandinese design into your home is easily achievable with the right furnishings. For your metallic fixtures, a curated hardware collection such as our Lentz Collection serves as a prime example, providing streamlined function through uncluttered silhouettes and smooth transitions.
For a quietly powerful statement piece, our Siglo Round Japanese Soaking Tub makes the perfect option, integrating the Japanese tradition of deep, seated soaks while exhibiting a smooth continuous surface and simple shape that speaks to Scandinavian design.
According to designers, the prominent styles of bohemian and retro are both due for a refresh, omitting aspects that feel inauthentic and sometimes cliché, and evolving them through a contemporary lens.
Highly revered for its global influence and expressive nature, bohemian design is being renewed with sophistication and authenticity for 2024. “Refined bohemian” is a celebration of the ‘70s while trading aimless embellishments for a focus on craftsmanship and replacing appropriating accents and patterns with those of our own personal journey.
To get this look in your home, seek well-crafted pieces that speak to your love for texture, color, or pattern (or all of the above). While this is inherently personal, consider a piece like our Ayanna Vanity, which flaunts a restrained-meets-earthy design from its Mindi wood construction to its eye-catching reeded surface detailing. Complete the look with a few of your favorite maximalist décor finds!
As nostalgic designs continue to dominate with the sense of familial comfort they bring to our homes, retro interior design is turning out an update of its own. Mixing old and new styles continues to rise in popularity, and modernizing mid-century design couldn’t be a more seamless transition, already favored for its commitment to clean lines and functionality.
Retro style is evolving for 2024 with a pared-back look that blends classic MCM with contemporary, straightforward pieces that designers are calling “new retro.”
To achieve the modern vintage aesthetic, join mid-century-inspired silhouettes with contemporary accents, or vice versa. Our Conroy Acylic Freestanding Tub with Stand, for instance, complements any modern space with its sleek, minimalist surface while its stylish metal stand nods to classic MCM furniture—and truly puts your centerpiece on display. Intentional pairings are key, so try mixing modern fixtures with retro décor for your tub configurations, sink setups, and beyond.
Though integrating natural elements is nothing new in interior design, experts are seeing a rise in consumers’ respect and appreciation for nature. Now widely recognized for its wellbeing benefits, bringing the outdoors in can add a sense of warmth and comfort to your home. For fans of organic modernism, take note; you may find a new favorite style to bring into your home.
Rural getaway cabins with ‘70s-style interiors serve as a major source of inspiration for nature-infused spaces into the new year. Designed with an abundance of wood, these rustic homes are defined by organic, unfinished textures, inviting tones found in nature, and lived-in coziness.
Bringing this design into 2024, expect to see an added sense of minimalism and those traditional oak tones lightened up for the airiest contemporary cabin look.
When incorporating pieces of this style, consider those with light tones crafted from eco-friendly materials like our Burfield Bamboo Vanity. Its subtle cabin-inspired detailing meets a simplified silhouette with the stunning texture of bamboo shining through—completing a contemporary rustic design that brings nature in while being kinder to it.
Another style with nature at its core, farmhouse design (and its descendant, modern farmhouse), is undergoing a new iteration called “Scandinese farmhouse.” Yes, we’ve heard about this Scandi-Japanese fusion already, but it’s for good reason—its ease and calming effect can truly be applied to any style.
With quite a bit of overlap between these two styles, Scandinese farmhouse takes the functionality and use of raw materials of farmhouse design, updating it with the minimalist approach of Scandinese. Consider classic farmhouse décor like barn doors for instance, with this style celebrating their utility but trading bulky, highly specific doors with much simpler sliding options such as our Polson Bi-Fold Barn Door. This slight adjustment delivers an understated look, bringing more authenticity to homes that aren’t true farmhouses.
Additional characteristics of this style are its introduction to less weathered materials and more light, airy tones, along with Scandinese-forward materials. One of designers’ favorite materials to incorporate, rattan, enlivens the farmhouse look instantly, as shown in our Simien Teak Double Vanity.
It probably comes as no surprise that over the last few years, there’s been a spike in interest in hygiene. Moving into 2024, this is being translated into homes through hyper clean designs that elevate clinical themes and utilize the latest technologies, in a trend called “future clean.”
To communicate cleanliness and hygiene, future clean combines a slight industrial look with futuristic references. When furnishing a future clean home, the main factors to consider are digital features, sleek silhouettes, and man-made materials—think slick, high shine metallic surfaces and translucent materials like resin and glass.
When choosing mirrors, opt for sleek frameless mirrors, but take it up a notch with LED integration. As seen in our Morse Round Lighted Mirror with Tunable LED, this style not only exudes an ultra-modern look, but it enhances vision when performing hygiene-related routines to ensure thoroughness and precision.
Undoubtedly the most hygiene-informed smart product, a smart toilet such as our Vela Smart Toilet makes an excellent addition in future clean spaces, adding futuristic luxury to any space with its bidet functionality, water temperature and pressure controls, heated seat, air dryer, automatic flush, and even a night light—all easily controlled with a remote.
While comfort holds a variety of meanings within the healthcare field, for those looking for health safety in their homes, the seriousness and precision behind manmade materials and technology will always hold authority.
With the rise of hybrid work demanding flexible living spaces and cost-of-living concerns making smaller spaces attractive options, many homeowners are seeking a new, all-important requirement: versatility.
Working with less square footage means that how we design and fill our homes is more important than ever. To best accommodate our lifestyles in 2024 without adding clutter to our homes, an intentional selection of hardworking products with clever placements will be essential.
First, pieces with storage baked into their design are key. Especially in small bathrooms, one of our favorite storage hacks is using medicine cabinets.
From modern options such as our Cordain Medicine Cabinet to antique-inspired designs like our Claudia Medicine Cabinet, these bring hidden yet easily accessible storage to your vanity mirrors.
Join medicine cabinets with a storage-savvy vanity like our 36” Dita Wall-Mount Vanity, which features a shelved cabinet and two drawers, along with a top tilt-out drawer for keeping smaller toiletries close by and organized. Its floating silhouette completes a petite-bathroom-friendly design.
The more purposes a piece can serve, the better in a versatile space. As our needs change not only throughout our lives, they often need to adapt to our day-to-day activities, too, requiring flexible furnishings and fixtures that are designed with ever-changing situations in mind.
An excellent place to start is with your kitchen sink. Consider a deep, roomy farmhouse sink like our Grigham Reversible Fireclay Farmhouse Sink, which creates an opportunity to not only clean dishes with ease, but serve as the water-centric station of the home for watering plants, bathing small pets, and beyond. Pair your sink with a hardworking faucet like our Ridgeway Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, which features a pull-down spout for rinsing hard-to-reach spots while the simple push of a button switches between a stream and spray per your needs.
Ensuring all parts of the home are utilized down to every corner, niche nooks are on the rise. Designers are converting often-forgotten parts of the home into wet bars and creative hobby spaces like craft areas, along with dedicated pet zones in mudrooms and beyond—start looking around your home to see what empty nooks you could personalize.
To turn your ideas into fully realized additions, it all comes down to clever fixtures and placements. For a convenient pet watering station for instance, we love how placing a pot filler right above water bowls saves trips to and from the sink indefinitely. Or in a home coffee bar, including this type of water source above your coffee maker creates the easiest fill-ups in the morning. With retractable arms, pot fillers such as our Augusta Retractable Wall-Mount Pot Filler easily disappear when not in use.
Did any of these trends resonate with your design perspective or lifestyle? If you’ve found a new favorite interior design style, bring it into your home with our vast selection of unique, premium quality furnishings and fixtures, so that you can enjoy an update that stands that test of time.