When it comes to creating your dream home, it’s important to keep your finger on the pulse – and what better way to do that than to look ahead at 2021 home design trends?
At RODA, we are always on the lookout for fresh new ideas for our selection studio. Our Style Studio keeps you one step ahead of the trends by offering a comprehensive range of materials, from the latest in tiles and benchtops to the trending colours of the season.
Here, we reveal what 2021 has in store – and the exciting new home design trends you won’t want to miss out on.
One of the biggest upcoming trends we predict is a move towards Hamptons-style homes. Particularly among custom home builds, we expect to see more variations of the popular American beach house trend. Hamptons homes were made for relaxed coastal living and are perfect for entertaining, with a focus on seamless indoor-outdoor spaces. What’s not to love?
Grey bricks have proven a popular choice for our clients over the past few months – and we can’t see any sign of this slowing down. It’s a beautiful, neutral colour choice that won’t become outdated, which is especially important if you decide to sell your home in the future.
Bold brass fixtures
Social media is awash with people sharing images of charming brass fixtures in their homes, with everything from tapware to handles proving popular. Now is the time to be brave with your fixtures and not shy away from trying new trends.
With more people than ever staying in this year, it’s become increasingly important to focus on ways to create the perfect space for hosting at home. We predict bi-fold and stacker doors will remain a popular choice, as they’re ideal for people who love to entertain and create a seamless indoor-outdoor transition.
Similarly, 2020 saw a huge shift towards working from home, with many businesses saying goodbye to offices for good. It’s important for people to have a quiet, secluded space to work, causing the resurgence of the home office or study.
Open floor plans
Open-plan living has been popular for some time – and it’s not set to change for 2021. Open floor plans help even smaller homes feel spacious and create a relaxed living space with plenty of natural light.
Concrete and Caesarstone benches
Forget marble benches, we predict concrete will be the material of the moment in 2021. The Style Studio has also seen a growing number of requests for Caesarstone benches. There are so many colours and designs to choose from and they have a way of instantly changing the look of a home.
Recycled bricks are becoming increasingly common, as they add a great deal of character to a home. More and more clients are asking us to incorporate them into their build, showing there’s a hunger for more sustainable home design trends.
We enjoy nothing more than helping our clients pick the right design choices for their home. To find out more about The Style Studio, get in touch with RODA today.