Upcoming Trends for 2024 Homes

Upcoming Trends for 2024 Homes

Here is a sneak peak at some of the trends that we expect to come in to the home design/build
industry this year.

Mixing Metals:

Matching all the metals in a room for years has been customary. If you chose a brass kitchen faucet, you were expected to commit to all things brass. However, this trend is predicted to change by 2024. At the end of 2023, we have already started to see this trend in some projects we have completed.
Mixing metals is the new trend that offers more dimension to your space and allows for a more personalized style. With the freedom to experiment with the color of certain appliances and accents, you can now have more control over the style and design of your space.

Bold Lighting Trends:

While bold lighting has been a staple of dining and grand rooms for some time now, this year, it’s expected to expand to new areas of the home, such as bedrooms and bathrooms. Bold lighting is a unique and creative way to showcase your style and make a statement in a beautiful and eye-catching way.

Natural Wood:

Natural wood has been a popular trend in home decor for many years, exuding a timeless and elegant feel. Recently, it has become fashionable to paint or heavily stain wood furniture and accents in the home. However, the classic and natural wood look is expected to return this year. Incorporate natural wood into your furniture and built-in features, such as kitchen islands, cabinets, stairs, and even ceilings. The possibilities are endless, and adding natural wood can bring a cozy and inviting ambiance to your home.

Secondary Space:

At the beginning of this year, people are already seeking additional spaces to accommodate their changing needs. Making your home a forever home is a top priority, and adding a secondary space is a beautiful way to make it happen. It allows you to welcome guests and family members, and it’s clear that people are looking to prepare their homes for such occasions. While in-law suites have always been part of the home building industry, a heightened demand for them is expected to be seen in the upcoming year.

Mud-Laundry Room:

For years, laundry rooms have been a popular addition to remodeling projects. However, mud rooms have become increasingly common in recent years. Interestingly, this year’s trend is the desire for laundry and mud rooms in one space. We have seen this trend in recent years, and we are excited to embrace it. Combining both rooms allows you to maximize your home’s limited space and enjoy the best of both worlds in one convenient location.

At-Home Bar Stations:

Although coffee bars and other bar stations have been around for some time, this year’s trend is to have them in larger sizes. These at-home bars are expected to make a bold statement in living spaces, particularly the kitchen or dining room. No longer limited to mere countertop areas, these bars can be built-in and separated from the rest of the kitchen counter space. Not only do they add functionality to the space, but they also create a stunning design element for any home.

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