2024 Luxury Interiors Trend Report

02.01.24

A new year brings new design possibilities; and from a touch of texture to all things curved, we’ve curated the most captivating trends to welcome into your home over the next 12 months.

Whether you’re renovating an entire property or planning to make over just one room, our 2024 luxury interiors trend report promises to inspire your every project.

No.1

Uplifting colour

For 2024, Pantone’s Colour of the Year, Peach Fuzz is a warm and radiant colour they note as having an ‘all-embracing spirit’. The perfectly peachy tone equally embodies both uplifting and relaxing properties, making it a fresh choice in living spaces, bedrooms and bathrooms alike.

Pair the peachy palette with glowing brass accents to complement the warming nature of this sunset shade and choose luminous whites and natural woods for an airy feel.

Kitchen by Day True | Features our Crossways collection in our satin antique satin lacquered finish

No.2

A touch of texture

Texture is undoubtedly one of the most effective ways to give your interior depth and for 2024, this design element is no longer one to save for upholstery and soft furnishings.

Get the look and opt to dress interior joinery with textured hardware. From bamboo-inspired styles in the bedroom to shell shapes in the bathroom, let these tactile designs bring instant interest to your decor.

Sophie Paterson | Features our Grove collection in our satin antique satin lacquered finish

No.3

Age is beauty

There is something unequivocally charming about interior details with an aged appearance. Alluding to a history untold, aged finishes add character to a space and spark further curiosity in the design.

From aged nickel to traditional aged brass, the beauty of these particular finishes is that they are unlacquered, allowing the brass to tarnish over time, naturally revealing a beautiful weathered patina.

Kitchen by  Hill Farm Furniture | Features our Cotswold collection in our burnished brass finish

No.4

Make it personal

The most beautiful homes are those that capture the essence of the people that reside there - and it’s often the accessories that create this personal aesthetic.

To bring individual appeal to your home, enrich your interiors with functional accessories. From pot rails in the kitchen to shelf brackets and hooks in the hallway, the secret is to select pieces with beautiful forms that also present styling opportunities unique to your home life.

Atelier Cabinet Makers | Features our Cotswold Pot Rail and S Hooks in our burnished brass finish

No.5

Everyday luxury

By now, you’ll likely be familiar with the term ‘quiet luxury’ and whilst this understated aesthetic is here for the foreseeable, 2024 will see the trend steer towards achieving everyday luxury.

Think of comfortable and inviting settings with relaxed seating in cocooning fabrics and plush textures you’ll want to sink into all day every day.

Kitchen by AKB Design | Features our Queslett and Bakes collection both in our burnished brass finish

No.6

The home spa

Luxury bathroom design continues to draw on the calming ambience of a spa. Embracing serenity at home is led by creating a space that makes your everyday rituals a time for tranquil reflection.

Opt for a refined palette of warm whites and glowing golds, add wall sconces to frame mirrors, and style with fresh green foliage to emulate the look in your humble abode.

Bathroom by Woodale Designs | Features our Latchford collection in our polished brass unlacquered finish

No.7

Ahead of the curve

Curves have been on the rise for a while and these fluid shapes show no sign of taking a back seat in 2024. Curves will be placed front and centre as designers create statements with curved kitchen islands and irregular accent pieces that nod to mid-century design.

For further curved inspiration, arched alcove shelves are a beautiful addition to shower rooms, whilst fluted panels bring movement to cabinetry.

Kitchen by Kendrick Interiors | Features our Withenshaw and Cotswold collection both in our burnished brass finish, photographed by Joey Kendal Brown

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