Top home decor trends of 2024

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In the ever-evolving realm of home decor, this year will see a diverse blend of different styles, reflecting a fusion of individuality and sustainability. Here are the top 5 predicted home decor trends for 2024. TheGlitz spotlights…

Maximalism

A trend that manifests in bold and artistic elements, Maximalism is a prominent theme that defines spaces with their distinctive presence. Traditional Indian folk designs like Jamdani or design techniques like Jaipuri block prints have always adhered to the principles of Maximalism with their vibrant colours and patterns. Elements with bold features are favoured to denote self-expression, allowing homeowners to curate spaces that will tell their unique stories.

Kareena Kapoor, Brand Ambassador, myTrident also believes in making her home a personalised space and says, “It’s not about having it and spending it and showing it off, the idea is to love something and keep it for years, other than sheets and towels that need to be changed every year or two.”

Silent Luxury

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Towards the end of 2023, we saw more people leaning toward the trend of silent luxury wherein there is no overt display of wealth. Embracing the serenity of muted earthy tones, this trend will exist in stark contrast to the boldness of Maximalism. This silent luxury evokes a sense of tranquillity, utilising neutral palettes and clean lines to create spaces that breathe. Subdued elegance becomes the focal point, where each element serves a purpose, contributing to an uncluttered aesthetic that speaks volumes through simplicity.

Boho Chic

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The essence of ecocentric designs will be taking centre stage in 2024, as sustainability becomes an integral part of home decor. Embracing a boho chic vibe, elements like weaved baskets, rugs and other decor items crafted from natural materials will be much sought after. Seamlessly blending functionality with environmental consciousness, this trend not only promotes responsible living but also introduces an artisanal touch, bringing warmth and authenticity into the home.

Innovation and Technology

The rise of smart homes continues to shape the way we interact with our living spaces. The integration of cutting-edge technology seamlessly melds with decor, enhancing convenience and efficiency. From intelligent lighting systems to temperature-controlled sheets, these innovations not only streamline daily routines but also contribute to the overall aesthetic, transforming homes into modern sanctuaries.

Classic Elegance

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Amid these contemporary trends, the timeless allure of elegant classic designs will always persist. Home decor elements with intricate patterns and rich textures emerge as integral elements in defining different spaces inside one’s home. These timeless pieces add a touch of sophistication and comfort, grounding the room with a sense of tradition and refinement. The juxtaposition of classic designs within modern contexts creates a captivating visual narrative that transcends temporal boundaries.

with inputs from myTrident

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