Trends to Dominate the Design Revolution
Hello Design Visionaries,
I’ve been peering into my crystal ball to forecast the design trends that will dazzle us in 2024.
At Moanne, we don’t just follow trends—we dance with them, we mold them, and sometimes, we cheekily turn them on their heads. We champion the Unconventional Living mantra, crafting spaces that are as bold and expressive as the souls who inhabit them.
Allow me to unfurl a tapestry of trends that resonate with our ethos—where each hue sings, every line tells a story, and the ordinary is always up for a playful twist.
Why fit in when we were born to stand out? Let's make 2024 a year of fearless design and vibrant living.
With a wink and a nudge towards the future,
Montse Piquer - Creative Director
Curved lines continue to dominate the design scene, offering a visual softness and comfort that counters the angular lines that have been popular in past years. From serpentine sofas to ovular mirrors and circular tables, curves are being embraced in all forms. But alongside these fluid lines, we also see a rise in more geometric angular forms, which suggests a harmonious balance between the organic and the structured. Designers are experimenting with these elements to create spaces that are both comforting and dynamic.
The mixed metals trend is gaining a sophisticated edge as designers combine classic and contemporary finishes to create rich, layered interior landscapes. Brass, steel, copper, and polished black are being interplayed in creative ways, moving beyond fixtures and into furniture accents, wall art, and decorative items. This trend speaks to a growing confidence in personal expression in interior design, where matching is less important than creating a curated, eclectic look that feels collected over time.
Sculptural furniture is evolving into a bold statement within homes, hotels and restaurants, blurring the lines between functionality and fine art. Pieces are crafted to demand attention, with exaggerated proportions and striking silhouettes that serve as the focal point of a room. Expect to see an array of forms, as artisans push the boundaries of traditional furniture design. This trend reflects a growing consumer desire for unique, one-of-a-kind pieces that reflect their personal style and serve as conversation starters.
As travel has influenced our tastes, there is a growing effort to infuse our homes with the luxury and comfort of a boutique hotel. This 'hotel at home' aesthetic includes high-quality linens, plush seating, and well-appointed lighting. Furniture is selected for both comfort and visual impact, combining opulent materials with ergonomic design. The trend extends to bathrooms that resemble personal spas and kitchens equipped with professional-grade appliances, reflecting the desire for everyday luxury.
The approach to color is becoming more complex and nuanced, with designers creating schemes that layer shades and tones for a more dynamic visual experience. Apart from monochromatic rooms, expect to see unexpected pairings of colors and a mix of textures and patterns that work together to create depth. This trend is indicative of a move towards personalization and away from safe, traditional color palettes, embracing the idea that color can have a profound impact on the atmosphere of a space.
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