Bold Textiles and Wallpapers

Charlotte Zawel: Textiles and wallpapers are going bold, with lots of color and fun patterns—from florals to geometrics and everything in between. However, furnishings and fixtures are staying on the simple and timeless side.

For me, in 2024 and beyond, I want to balance the bold with the serene. White walls or a textured wall covering with a large-scale pattern on a chair or sofa, mixed with smaller scale prints as accents. I also see people moving away from grays to creamier palettes, using REAL marble/stone (don't be scared) in kitchens and bathrooms, and having lots of fun with decorative molding—think fluted wood built-ins, lighter-stained wood panels, and a move away from lacquer and painted furniture to lighter stained wood tones.

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Hidden Doors


Nikki Dalrymple: Our clients are loving the surprise of a jib door, commonly known as a hidden door, installed in their homes. We've designed hidden doors for clients between kitchens and pantry spaces, family TV rooms to game rooms, and even hallways to bathrooms. This is definitely a trend that's continuing into our 2024 designs.

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Company: ACQUIRE


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Bright Colors

Cara Fineman: I predict that we are going to see a lot more color and pattern in 2024. I think we are all craving more joy in our lives. There is so much heaviness in the world around us, between the wars in the Middle East and Ukraine, and a contentious presidential election in the US, that I think more and more people will be looking to their homes as a place that sparks joy. Sometimes called Dopamine Decor, this is a trend we can all embrace. Who doesn't want to surround themselves with colors and patterns that make them happy? Here's to more joyful interiors in 2024!



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Quiet Luxury 

Nancy Hill:In 2024, embrace Quiet Luxury—melding warmth, comfort, and timeless elegance. Nancy Hill Interiors loves this trend. Picture a plush armchair by a crackling fireplace, surrounded by velvet throws. Quiet Luxury features light oak accents, wide plank flooring, and sumptuous carpets. It encourages personal expression, blending vintage and modern pieces, and embracing furniture wear for character. While cherishing light spaces, Quiet Luxury adds dark, moody accents—dark burgundy and bold black. Slow living and intentional design define this trend. Invest in high-quality, timeless pieces with craftsmanship. At its core, Quiet Luxury is about spaces with soul, filled with inspiring, joy-inducing objects. Let your personality shine through every corner.



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