In recent years, interior and home design has been dominating the style, fashion and design pages and column inches, with everyone paying considerably more attention to the aesthetic and layout of both the interior and exterior of their property.
1. Bright & Statement Furniture
First and foremost, gone are the neutral color schemes of just a few seasons ago and moving forward, you should be concentrating on larger and smaller pieces of bright, statement furniture dotted around your home.
Now, even though beiges, light greys and stone walls are seemingly timeless if you believe the high street fashion pages, the pops of color are what is really going to make your new home renovation stand out for all the right reasons.
2. Smart Home Technology
The second trending renovation theme is certainly not a surprising one and this is to kit out your home with smart home technology, specifically in a way that both secures your home to a higher level and provides you with the opportunity to reduce your household energy bills.
Just a selection of the most impressive items of smart home technology to consider in your new home layout include:
- Smart lighting systems
- A smart thermostat
- A robot vacuum
- Smart kitchen appliances
- A smart doorbell
3. A Walk-In Pantry
If you’re looking for the ultimate in next-level renovation features, then it’s time to empty everything out of the kitchen and build, or indeed have a build commissioned, for a walk-in pantry.
Not only will a walk-in pantry mean that your foodstuff and kitchen accessories will be organized in a way that’s much more conducive to practical use, but it will also provide a storage space for larger appliances, additional and surplus cooking ingredients and also make for a cute farmhouse-kitchen design aesthetic.
You may well be fortunate enough to have set enough cash aside each and every month that you are able to afford the majority of the cost for your home renovation from your savings. However, should you need a little extra, or indeed need outside financial help, then it is certainly worth looking into new construction loans from hard money lenders.
4. Curvy Lines & Finishes
The fourth and final predicted trend for home renovations in 2024 is related to not only the soft furnishings and furniture in each room, but also the structure and wall coverings, too, and this is to focus on a curvier aesthetic.
Literally taking the edge off the sharp corners and straight lines of kitchen cabinets, for example, will serve to soften the room yet still allow the space to retain its necessary levels of functionality.
Furthermore, in the hallway, try and add items of interest in terms of feature walls with curved floating shelves and striking ornate tables supporting ostentatious indoor greenery to add interest and depth to your new, on-trend entrance way.
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