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Design Trends of 2024: Stay Ahead of the Curve

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Summer heat is just around the corner, so let’s take a look at the “hottest” design trends of 2024, as curated by Good Housekeeping. It’s more than adding value to your home—it’s about creating a home that you love without spending the kids’ tuition funds!

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Woodgrain Millwork: It’s not just white anymore! The allure of original wood millwork is making a triumphant return, with homeowners opting to expose these architectural treasures or incorporate rich woods like walnut, maple, and mahogany into their interiors. Woodgrain millwork adds warmth, character, and a sense of craftsmanship to any space.

Design trends wooden staircase


Brass Accents: Brass is back! Brass accents continue to reign supreme as a versatile, classic, and timeless design element that seamlessly complements both traditional and modern settings. Use it on light fixtures, hardware, or furnishings, to infuse a touch of sophistication and glamour into any room.

Design trends brass pendants


Subway Tiles: This year, subway tiles are taking a fresh approach by being stacked rather than arranged in the traditional brick-like pattern. This contemporary twist adds visual interest and a modern edge to kitchens, bathrooms, and beyond. And if you’re a little bit handy, it’s a reasonable DIY project to tackle.

Tomato Red: In the realm of kitchen design, tomato red emerges as the "it" color of 2024, particularly for cabinetry and countertops. Bold yet inviting, tomato red injects a vibrant energy and warmth into culinary spaces. Try it in small batches as an accent color if you’re not ready to jump right in.

Design trends tomato red backsplash hexagonal


Go Natural: With a growing emphasis on environmental consciousness, homeowners are incorporating natural elements and sustainable materials such as reclaimed wood, natural stone, and eco-friendly fabrics into their interiors. Not only do these choices promote sustainability, but they also add a sense of harmony and connection to the natural world.


The Takeaway


You don’t have to break the bank to enjoy the latest design trends in your home. Check out more ideas here and get started on created your own stylish home.


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