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Tips for achieving the top 2021 home trend: Warm interior design

Tips for achieving the top 2021 home trend: Warm interior design

Tips for achieving the top 2021 home trend:

Warm interior design

Change is on the horizon as 2021 is poised to be a transition year for home design. Expect some of the past cool and minimalistic trends to be replaced with more approachable designs that convey comfort, warmth, and positivity. We’ve listed tips as your guide.

“Darker colors, natural textiles — like wood, and soft lighting are great ways to make a room feel warm and inviting,” says Jen Meska, director of merchandising at LL Flooring. “Also, decorate with items and patterns that bring you joy to add a sense of your personality and unique style.”

To bring warmth into your home and enjoy this growing trend for years to come, LL Flooring offers these tips:

Determine color schemes

For many years, cool color schemes have dominated home design. White kitchens, gray walls, and black countertops were top choices by homebuilders and renovators. People have tired of these styles and are seeking to add warm colors and materials to their homes. Colors with yellow undertones are in high demand, from wall paint to furniture and beyond. Warm accent colors are being used by top designers in decor like accent pillows and throw blankets, including soft yellow and rich cinnamon. Brass and bronze are popular in hardware and accessories, and mixed metals are featured to add visual interest.

Update flooring

Floors are the foundation of any room, providing ample opportunity to update the space to bring in warmth. Because organic materials typically convey warmth, hardwood floors are a worthwhile investment. The visually interesting and intricate wood grains can be enhanced with any color stain, although warm hues are trending. The rich browns in Bellawood Manhattan Chevron Engineered Hardwood is a great example, as featured in this year’s HGTV Dream Home. Not only do hardwood floors like this add a warm element to space, but they also feel warmer on the feet than tile and laminate flooring alternatives.

Analyze lighting

Light can add to or detract from the feeling of warmth in any space. Natural light sources are always welcome, so make sure to open shades to illuminate spaces. Of course, additional light sources will be necessary, so think about how overhead, task and accent lighting can best work together in areas. Lamps, wired wall sconces, and picture wall lights are easy to install and instantly add style and glow to a room. Finally, when looking at lights, consider the type of bulbs you use and opt for options that project warmer light rather than cooler light tones with white or blue undertones.

Use mirrors strategically

Mirrors serve multiple purposes in a room: They add artistic style, they visually expand the space, and they reflect light. Designers often strategically place a mirror to bounce natural light or reflect the exterior landscape, helping bring the outdoors’ feeling inside in a subtle yet meaningful way. A mirror can further add to the warmth of space depending on the frame material. Some popular options for frames include wood, resin, or gold-hued metals. If you have an old mirror you want to revive, consider painting the edge in an appropriate accent color, and you’ll breathe new life into an existing piece.

Add plants and foliage

A simple way to add life to your home is adding plants. Humans are naturally drawn to nature, so adding foliage brings warmth to any room. If you’re not much of a green thumb, consider low-maintenance houseplants like the snake plant, spider plant, and succulents. If you love plants’ looks but don’t want to deal with real things, shop for plastic alternatives that closely mimic their natural counterparts. You might be surprised how realistic modern faux plants appear.

To learn more about top trends for 2021 or new tips and how to bring them into your home, visit LL Style (BPT)

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