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4 Design Elements to Expect in 2024

Image by Jeff Herr | Interior Design by Mallory Mathis

Want to know what to expect in 2024 for home design? From floor plans to paint colors, see what interior designers and experts are saying about these 4 home design elements that are sure to be evident in 2024. 

Floor Plan | the journey back to designated rooms

After nearly a decade of open floor plans, the world is slowly moving back to the ever-so familiar designated rooms and moving away from large, open spaces designated only by furnishings.

While some will still appreciate an open kitchen and living room floor plan, others will begin to separate living and working spaces. We see this with the resurgence of the scullery equipped with its own kitchen appliances and prep space. Other rooms that we expect to pop up this year are designated sitting areas and conversation rooms sans a television and sightline to the main living space. The goal: create distraction free areas for reading, resting and conversation that allows everyone else to still move around freely.

Interior Design by Kerri Folb Pilchik Design

(Image 1) Image  by Nathan Schroder Photo | Interior Design by Katie Davis Design (Image 2) Image by Alice O’brien | Interior Design by Ken Stuckenschneider

Paint Color of the Year | why this Pantone color is stirring things up

Pantone 13-1023 Peach Fuzz is the punch of color we didn’t know we needed and will most certainly be showing up in designs by some of our favorite interior designers this year.

According to the Executive Director of Pantone Color Institute, Peach Fuzz “echoes our innate yearning for closeness and connection…a shade that…effortlessly bridges the youthful with the timeless.” What do you think of the color? Will you consider using it in your home? 

Box-pleat Skirted Furniture | this growing design element offers a custom, charming look

Pleats are back and in full swing. We love the variety and creativity of designers and furniture makers to make the pleats a fascinating, timeless design element in a room. Design with bold, floral fabrics for the ultimate statement piece for your living room, dining room or even hallway nook. 

Image and sofa by Kingcome Sofas

(Image 1) Image and sofa by O’Henry House in Grace in Willow by Jasper Showroom (Image 2) Interior Design by Whitney Sturge 

Browns | continuation away from grays into chocolate neutrals

Neutral browns, creams and well, anything but gray are continuing to prove to be the color palette of choice for designers who lean traditional and classic. That same appreciation is being found in mainstream design as well as seen by mainstream designers like McGee and Co.

In fact, York Wallcoverings chose Bay Brown as the 2024 Color of the Year. Expect to see shades of brown celebrated in 2024 and for years to come. The living room below is by Matthew Carter and is painted in Classic Brown by Benjamin Moore. 

Image by Erin Little Photo | Interior Design by Matthew Carter Interiors | Styling by Frances Bailey | Paint Color is Classic Brown by Benjamin Moore

4 Design Elements to Expect in 2024

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