“The space in which we live should be for the person we are becoming now, not for the person we were in the past”-Marie Kondo in her book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing
Each year brings new trends in home decorations. Now that we’re slowly moving past the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to think about what you may be holding onto from last year. As Marie Kondo says in her book, your home should be a place where you’re celebrating who you are currently and not who you used to be. To help you with this journey, we’re sharing 4 fall trends in home decoration for 2021. These trends will help you stay up to date so that your home is beautiful and an enjoyable place to be.
4 Fall Trends for Home Decorations 2021 That You Need To Know
Gone are the days of gray kitchens, all white furniture, and matching furniture. Instead the latest trends tend to celebrate tradition mixed with boldness. That is, the simplicity of neutrals and all-matching items is being replaced with more bold and chic looks.
Here are 4 of the key fall trends for 2021.
1. Celebrate homey and traditional vibes
Rather than having a mechanical look, fall 2021 home decor will celebrate homey and nostalgic vibes. For example, in previous years, the trend was to have all steel appliances or an all-gray kitchen. Now, the trend is to optimize how your home feels with more traditional furniture. This emphasis on making the home more cozy has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic as most people had to stay home. Lockdowns and physical distancing meant that people had to learn how to enjoy being at home.
A homey environment is can be created with wood and wood stains. In 2021, warm wood colors are the most popular and trending styles. That’s because wood adds to the home’s coziness.
2. Use bold colors
In the past, all-white or neutral colors tended to be in style. Now, the trend is to explore bold colors like blue, green and other warmer colors. Remember, one of the goals of the trends leading fall 2021 home decor is to create a homey vibe. This is the opposite of mechanical look.
3. Less is more in 2021
In 2021 home decor, less is more. Clunky wall art, over-the-top use of luxurious designs are being replaced by a more minimalist look. For example, according to Homes and Gardens, a key website in home decor and design, sculptural furniture that’s shaped into natural forms and shapes is becoming more popular.
4. Tailor wall art to each room’s use
Artwork that’s used as decoration should be tailored to each room. For example, wall art in the kitchen should incorporate the activities that happen in the kitchen. Examples of this include artwork that centers the kitchen as the heart of the home. To learn more about the right artwork to use in each space, read this.
We Can Help You With Your Home
At Sugarhouse Furniture, we can help you with your home. We have a wide variety of options. We have:
- Living room furniture of all styles including traditional styles. We have you covered in all areas including entryway furniture, mirrors, and fireplaces.
- Art, frames, and stands of all mediums and styles. This includes abstract to pop-style art.
- Many other options. Instead of feeling limited in what you can get, we have many options at our store.
Contact us for more information about the latest trends and styles. We would love to help you find the right furniture and decorations for your home.