BLB Design / Build team members at one of our Newburyport whole home remodel projects

2024 Home Design Trends

Is renovating your North Shore home one of your 2024 resolutions? If so, we’ve got you covered! As we start a new year, we took the time to reflect on the home industry and what designs are becoming increasingly popular. Home design is constantly evolving, and while it’s essential to keep an eye on what’s in style now, we want to focus on what will also be in style ten years from now. Read on to see what home design trends we predict will define 2024 and beyond!

1. Earthy Hues

When it comes to color, we’re seeing more and more people embrace earth tones. Browns, mossy greens, and ambers are starting to pop up everywhere, and while a white kitchen is always a classic, we love seeing the shift toward warmer, more organic spaces. The trend of embracing earth tones in design, especially color choices, reflects a growing preference for natural aesthetics.

The Federalist Remodel’s perimeter cabinets were finished with Farrow & Ball French Gray for an elegant, earthy touch.

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Federalist Remodel in downtown Newburyport

2. Biophilic Design

This leads us to our next big trend of 2024: biophilic design. Bringing nature indoors is a trend that has continued to gain momentum over the past few years. Biophilic design includes using natural materials, indoor plants, and ample natural light to connect with nature within the home. Incorporating elements like wood, stone, and other organic materials into interior spaces not only adds a touch of authenticity but also fosters a sense of warmth and harmony. Creating a deeper connection to the outside world in your home is both aesthetically pleasing and makes for a tranquil space to live.

3. Curves

Curves in architecture, furniture, and decor have recently played a significant role in design, and we don’t see this going away in 2024. This departure from straight lines and sharp angles reflects a shift towards more organic and fluid forms, contributing to a sense of movement, comfort, and visual appeal in various design elements. Curved facades, arches, and rounded structures not only challenge traditional design norms but also create a sense of grace and organic flow throughout the home.

4. Flexible Space

With more people still working from home, there is an increasing demand for versatile and adaptable spaces. Home designs that allow for multifunctional rooms, home offices, and flexible furniture arrangements are popular requests when embarking on a remodeling project. Homeowners are increasingly seeking designs that will enable a single space to serve multiple purposes, adapting to the evolving needs of the household. This flexibility is essential for families and individuals who require dedicated areas for work, leisure, and social activities within the confines of their homes.

5. Natural Wood

The trend of incorporating natural wood elements into home design is one that we will see continue to appear in 2024. As we mentioned, homeowners are now more than ever looking to create an organic living space. Whether used in flooring, furniture, or architectural elements, natural wood brings a touch of the outdoors indoors and produces a warm and inviting environment. The inherent qualities of wood, with its varied grain patterns, rich textures, and warm tones, also add a sense of authenticity and timelessness to any interior space.

The North Reading Family Home is a wonderful example of the harmony amongst natural wood.

While it’s always fun to look at what is trending in the industry, when it comes to your own home, the priority should always be your style. Your home is an investment and not something you can reinvent each year, so take the time to think before rushing into any major decisions. When remodeling or redecorating your space, choose designs that make you feel comfortable and transform your house into your unique sanctuary.

Are you ready to transform your space? Connect with us to see how we can help!