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Home Decor Trends for 2021  

Trends to Look Out For

As people continue to practice social distancing and spend more time at home, purchases that make the homebound experience more comfortable and enjoyable have increase significantly.

A common feature of the home décor trends for 2021 is the addition of an inherent lightness and peacefulness that keeps things wholesome.

If you are needing to add some style and flair to your favourite space keep reading to find the emerging trends for 2021!

Natural is Nouveau

Natural colours have always had a strange therapeutic appeal to them, and it is no surprise that they are back in fashion for home décor trends. From earthy tones with their nice beiges and browns to the soft metallic shine of copper, the natural colours are the dominating choice of furniture and small decorations alike.

There is also a shift towards furnishing the house with ornaments with more earthly textures. Therefore, make sure you keep that in mind on your next furniture shopping trip for your home.

Featured image is just a small snapshot of a stunning range of vases and bowls available at Domayne.

 

 

A Timeless Centrepiece

Artfully crafted in Australia, the Orana Coffee Table with its durable timber veneer is a true masterpiece. Choice of stain options available and exclusive to Domayne.

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Effortless Style

Dressed up or down, the Santa Monica range is effortlessly stylish and on trend, yet relaxed and unfussy. Customise to suit your home and decor with a range of natural, woven fabrics and a choice of four feet colours from Plush.

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Refreshingly Bright

Entertain in style with the contemporary and beautiful Havana dining table. Featuring a stunning light oak textured finish it will create a refreshingly bright and breezy look in your dining room and is available at Fantastic Furniture.

 

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A Timeless Centrepiece

Artfully crafted in Australia, the Orana Coffee Table with its durable timber veneer is a true masterpiece. Choice of stain options available and exclusive to Domayne.

STORE PROFILE

Effortless Style

Dressed up or down, the Santa Monica range is effortlessly stylish and on trend, yet relaxed and unfussy. Customise to suit your home and decor with a range of natural, woven fabrics and a choice of four feet colours from Plush.

STORE PROFILE

Refreshingly Bright

Entertain in style with the contemporary and beautiful Havana dining table. Featuring a stunning light oak textured finish it will create a refreshingly bright and breezy look in your dining room and is available at Fantastic Furniture.

 

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Light Wood is Lighting Up

Lighter wood shades are making a comeback in 2021, and we are very pleased with the results. Spending extended hours of the day with the darker-toned furniture added to the gloominess. So, adding lighter colored furniture in the sunnier parts of the house has been the logical outcome.

You can change to lighter-toned wood by changing your dining furniture, a couple of decorative tables, shelves, and cupboards. Placed in different parts of the house, they will brighten things up a notch and fill the house with positive energy.

Plants are Peaceful

Plants are natural healers, and decorating them inside the house adds colors and refreshes the home atmosphere. People are choosing to bring some of the benefits of the outside greenery inside, especially if they live in apartments.

The most important part of this trend is selecting the right indoor plants and placing them in the right planters. Get yourself some little cacti and succulents for the sunny windowsills and some fern or elephant ears for your home.

For best results, buy a planter with earthy textures to introduce two trends in one.

Colour Pop will Keep Things Popping

There has been an increase in focus towards minimal interior design because of the focus on responsible consumption. The minimal interior design goes hand in hand with colour pop to add some distinctive vibrancy to the space’s overall look.

This trend beautifully complements the shift to natural shades and lighter wood by adding a bright coloured sofa, pillow, or throw blanket to the mix.

  1. Clemence TV Unit, $1,199, James Lane
  2. Fin Ratten Table Lamp, $111, Domayne
  3. Seychelle Armchair, $429, La Maison
  4. Fjord 50415/556 Large Rug, $949, Harvey Norman

Style tip:

Go for natural, minimal and lighter wood home designs and make it pop with a splash of colour!