Home Trends 2021

With lockdown keeping us all at home a lot more than usual, many of us have become tired of looking at those same four walls. Because of this, home renovations are more popular than ever. When investing money, time or effort into your home it’s important to get it right. Our talented and creative showroom designers can guide you through the planning process and offer advise on how to make the very best of your new kitchen, bedroom or bathroom.

Industrial style
Modern kitchens with industrial styling have grown in popularity and are set to remain on-trend. Metalwork, urban vibes, stone and wood features all allow for personal taste while creating an ambient environment. The range of materials that can be brought in to make an industrial style space give you plenty of style freedom, ranging from subtle to full dark and moody.

Marble is a classic worktop choice suitable for any kitchen. For extra trend points you can even take it further and incorporate marble splashbacks and marble edged kitchen islands.

Brass is a warm and sophisticated looking metal that can update your home through decorative accessories, utensils, door handles and even sinks and taps.

Bring a bit of colour into your home

Indigo is a long standing popular choice for a sophisticated and elegant home, from feature walls to kitchens, this dark blue is here to stay.

Providence Blue is a new softer, lighter option than indigo for fans of blue décor. This pastel shade can make up a beautiful country style traditional kitchen, or it can be teamed with metallic features and handleless cupboards for a more modern feel.

Dusky Pink is the popular trend in kitchen, home office and bedroom décor at the moment. For a modern and sophisticated feel, work in black or brass features.

Pebble is growing in popularity as a warm neutral tone, beautifully complimented by black handles or accessories for a modern yet ageless vibe.

From a dark Hunters Green or Bottle Green to a more pastel Atlantic Green, it’s clear that green colours are making their way into home décor. From beautiful kitchens to a contrasting feature wall, green is a colour trend to setting itself up to stay.