A new year brings a fresh start. Maybe in 2024 you’re trying to refresh your skincare routine or resolving to read more. But as you work on yourself, don’t forget to give your home some TLC.
This year is bringing unique and luxurious styles to the forefront of home décor. There’s an abundance of home trends to embrace—from textured fabric to textured walls, dainty bows to soft round edges, and even glamorously ornate stylings.
While you don’t need to abandon your style, let these trends serve as inspiration for ways to refresh your space. Here are the top 10 home décor trends of 2024.
1. Bouclé fabric
Move over velvet—bouclé is the latest fabric everyone wants. Made of looped wool or synthetic fibers, bouclé is a textured fabric often coming in soft pastel and neutral colorways. Nick Drewe, a trend expert at Wethrift, spotted bouclés rise in popularity, especially on TikTok; the hashtag #bouclechair has over 62.4 million views on the social media site.
To join in on this interior design trend, go for this chic, yet affordable chair from Drew Barrymore’s line at Walmart, which has a rotating base and comes in an darling shade of sage or a sleek white.
Beautiful Drew Chair
Lounge in style with this luxe rotating chair.
Reviewed / Meri Meri / McGee & Co.
There’s no limit to what season bows can be used in.
Yes, maybe you just put away bows for the holiday season, but they’re not going anywhere. Bows are everywhere—from clothes to hair, and now your home.
These dainty ties add a feminine flair to your home design. Bows is one of the most versatile design trends of 2024. They can go anywhere, like your table with delicate taper candles from Meri Meri, and even your bathroom with this sweet shower curtain by McGee and Co.
Multi Bow Taper Candles
You’re sure to see a surge in ‘coquette’ home décor this year.
Lillian Linen Shower Curtain
These bow accents are subtle, but will offer a different feel.
3. Peach tones
Reviewed / Ruggable / Holli_zollinger
Pantone’s “Peach Fuzz” should absolutely be on your mood board this year.
The Pantone Color of the Year is Peach Fuzz, a cheery color ready to brighten up your home’s color palette. It’s a vibrant pastel that works wonderfully as a decorative pop of color.
Ruggable, which makes our favorite washable rugs, has an exclusive line featuring Pantone Peach Fuzz. We love this tufted rug that features a playful geometric print. Or, you can go all out with a peachy accent wall using Spoonflower wallpaper.
Pantone Peach Fuzz Neutral Grid Play Tufted Rug
Peach Fuzz can add that pop of color you need.
Peach Fuzz Pantone Color of the Year Wallpaper
A bold accent wall is calling your name this year.
4. Cozy neutral colorscapes
Reviewed / BedThreads. / CB2
Try adding deeper earth tones to achieve a moodier vibe around your home.
Brown is the new go-to shade of neutral. While black, navy, and gray usually get all the attention when it comes to neutrals, 2024 is the year of brown. Not only is it a perfect compliment to the vibrancy of peach, but it’s a gorgeous way to add depth and warmth.
Bedding is an easy way to incorporate brown into your home. Refresh your bedroom with a set of cozy linen sheets in a deep cocoa color like these from BedThreads. Or, try brown curtains for a moody display. These curtains from CB2 are a rich brown that will make your home feel luxurious.
Cacao 100% French Flax Linen Bedding Set
You’ll feel luxurious sleeping atop these earthy linen sheets.
Chocolate Brown Velvet Window Curtain Panel
Feeling moody going into the new year? Try these floor length curtains.
5. Curved furniture
Reviewed / Orren Ellis / West Elm
Make waves with curvy furniture that is both unconventional and distinctive.
This year, rather than going for sharp, angular pieces of mid-century modern furniture, try rounded curves. This softer approach, especially through furniture, can make a statement.
Have fun with a new coffee table that swaps hard edges for smooth curves. This cloud-like coffee table is unique and cultivates a dreamy living room vibe.
Or if you’re in the mood for a new couch, try this low-profile curved sectional from West Elm.
Bothnian Cloud Shape 4 Legged Coffee Table
This abstract coffee table is the perfect mesh of modern and contemporary home décor.
Laurent 2-Piece Wedge Chaise Sectional
You’ll dream of sinking into this eccentric sectional.
6. Furniture made out of cardboard
Reviewed / 2modern / Yona Furniture
In 2024, we’re using less wood and more cardboard.
Sustainability continues to be an important pillar of this year’s home design forecast, with cardboard furniture trending as one of the greenest ways to furnish your home.
You’d never think that cardboard could be sturdy enough to hold your mattress, but it is! Cardboard is one of the most sustainable fibers as it’s made from recycled materials rather than newly harvested ones—and it can be surprisingly sophisticated.
Cardboard furniture may be rising in popularity, but it’s been around for almost 50 years. The Wiggle Stool by Frank Gehry is crafted from perforated cardboard and makes a contemporary and stylish seat.
Yona makes cardboard bed frames that are supremely sturdy, holding over 7,000 pounds. If you don’t want to spend a lot of money but want the cute platform bed style, a cardboard frame is worth a look.
A cardboard stool that takes upcycling to new levels.
Yona Cardboard Bed
Yona Furniture’s cardboard pull out bed is great for the environment.
7. Concrete walls
Reviewed / Brewster
Faux brick walls are a thing of the past—try faux concrete instead.
Industrial style stands the test of time, but it’s getting a new look in 2024. Rather than steel, exposed brick and natural wood, it’s the year of concrete. This rough, natural material adds some nice texture to your home. It looks best in bathrooms and kitchen backsplashes.
However, if you can’t build a concrete wall in your home, you can still get the look with wallpaper. This Brewster wallpaper looks like concrete, so you can create a statement wall masterpiece.
Quimby Grey Faux Concrete Wallpaper
Don’t worry, this faux concrete wallpaper is renter-friendly.
8. Ornate-inspired interiors
Reviewed / Astoria Grand / Rifle Paper Co. x Cloth & Company
Maximalists will appreciate the appeal of bold metallics and eye-catching florals.
Some of the most popular movies and TV shows of the past year—think White Lotus, The Gilded Age, and Saltburn—feature ornate backdrops full of European-inspired homes with gorgeous plastered walls and rich fabrics. For the maximalists, tuning into this ornate style will feel natural.
This style embraces plaster and concrete walls decked out with gold trim and bold pieces of artwork.
Bring the style to your own home with gold accessories and satin florals. Hang your photos with a gold ornate frame like this one from Wayfair that’s beautifully decorated.
Rifle Paper Co. makes furniture in their gorgeous prints and this settee looks like it’s out of a stunning villa.
Greyson Wood Picture Frame
If simplicity isn’t your thing, try a fancier frame for your favorite photos.
Rifle Paper Co. x Cloth & Company Louie Settee
This settee comes in 12 different eye-catching patterns.
9. Bold tile patterns
Reviewed / Merola Tile / MSI
May your next home DIY project be filled with new tiles and a satisfying end result.
When it comes to tiling, this is the year to go bold. While crisp white tile is a popular choice for bathrooms and kitchens, it’s a little dated. In 2024, go for patterned tiles. We love floral patterned tile that can deck your walls and floors.
If you don’t want to stray too far from white tiles, this mosaic tile comes in a simple black and white floral motif.
For something a little bolder, this porcelain tile features a gorgeous blueprint that will make your home stand out.
Metro 1 in. Hex Matte White with Flower
Replace old backsplashes and tile flooring with a dreamy upgrade.
Encaustic Tamensa Matte Porcelain Floor and Wall Tile
These tiles looks like they’re hand-painted with a glossy sheen finish.
10. Curtains that let the light in
Reviewed / Jinchan / Home Decorators Collection
Don’t forget to upgrade your windows with the rest of your home.
After years of embracing colorful lights inside your home with sunset lamps and smart bulbs, it’s time to embrace your home’s natural light.
To let in all the light possible, reassess your curtains—without sacrificing privacy. Instead, try keeping shades on just the bottom half of your windows. Short cafe curtains, like these striped ones from Amazon, are cute and allow light to drift in, creating a sense of airiness in your home.
If you don’t want to abandon blinds, install top-down-bottom-up blinds that are light-filtering and also allow greater flexibility of coverage.
Striped Tier Curtains
Pinstripe curtains that can make any kitchen look farmhouse-chic? We’re sold.
Cordless Light Filtering Cellular Shades
Filter light to your liking with these cordless shades.