The change of years also comes with it new trend in the living room and others That’s already They won’t do this again. We tell you what’s trending and what fashion we’re saying goodbye to. If you want your home to have a new look and be always stylish, then it’s time to take a look at our decorating guide for 2024. Currently, we know that trends such as natural pastel colors, textures, matte finishes, or light and white shells are popular. Do you want to know more?
Sofa and armchair by Flexform, striped cushions and baskets by Terra Origens, small cushions by Matèria, plaid fabric by Teixidors, trays and vases by Llabrés and Terra Origens
Strong colors: mainly natural colors
Natural, always present, but they become prominent as the seasons change. This is where we are now and what 2024 will look like. Natural colors are those that fill your living room with warmth.And among them, there will definitely be no shortage of Green is always the soft, medium and leaded version.
2024 forces us to say goodbye to those cleaner, smoother living room wall surfaces. They are decorated with elements that highlight the relief effect. These include paintings with a decorative effect, wallpaper with a textile effect, decorative moldings…
Sofa by Miki Beumala with linen by Jute’s, similar armchair by Kave Home, cushions by Filocolore, bookcase by Gaby Conde, fireplace by Little House, mirror by Taller de las Indias, side table by Coco Mat and Cotlin in Trucos rugs by para Decorar
No shine: everything is matte
Man, man. Not even satin. The ideal result is for everything to be matte. Whether it’s on the wall or on the furniture. Gloss paint has nothing to do with matte paint And those dark natural woods.
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Secretariat designed by architect and decorator Sylvia Preslar, paintings by Wisdom Gallery and mirrors by Daq Decora
The living room mirror is still in 2024
Because of this matte, mirror and major trend, By 2024, decorators won’t be considering mirrors to bring life to living rooms. Mirrors add a certain shine, so it’s logical to replace them with framed prints and paintings.
Sofa and curtains by Muebles A. Benítez, armchairs by Maisons du Monde, cushions by Alhambra and Pepe Peñalver, table by Wabi Home, lamps by Mandrágora, rug by Grupo Marbe, sideboard by Vical Home
brushed gold shiny gold
It makes total sense, or rather Brass tone, brushed and matte finishes. You can rely on them on handles, moldings or lamps.
Light strips from Mendiguren Screens, curtains from Toral Decoracion, table from La Redoute, chairs and ceiling lamp from El Corte Inglés, console from Camino a casa
Less marble: more porous stone, no texture
Marble has undergone a rebirth. These trends don’t exclude it from the list of living room decor trends for 2022, but they do push it into the background. Natural stone – cement effect -, porous, textured and more uniform in tone (the difference is only the strength of the material itself) appears on lamp bases, floors or table tops. In this sense, 2024 will see something like this quite often: exposed columns covered with a cement effect.
Detail of black stained wooden coffee table
The most industrialized black metal refining is, yes, wood dyed in this color.
Less machined metal, with a rougher look and even rivets, similar to the industrial style, remains in the chimes in 2023. Instead, black metal in matte and machined finishes, as well as white and colored black metal, will be with us in 2024. This is a way to complete the trend with furniture and accessories as well as casings.. What’s more, black metal is replaced by stained wood.
Sofa from Fama Sofas, side table from Vical, coffee table from Zara Home, rug from KP, chairs from Crisal Decor
Discreet enclosure: more glass, more white
Glass enclosures are not going away though, as they Versatility, functionality and decoration, they really reduce visual weight. What does it mean? We have to start thinking about more discreet, thinner profiles and fewer panels, making the glass itself stand out more.
Sofa by Joquer, armchairs, coffee tables and side tables by Crisal, cushions by La Maison and Filocolore, screen lamps by Screenas Mendiguren, curtains by Toral Decoration, plants and flowers by Goya Floristas
Fewer meetings, fewer divisions: the search for greater unity
One of the trends that will say goodbye to living rooms in 2023 is the search for visual continuity not only in terms of connected spaces, but also in floor materials that avoid seams. That’s why there is a tendency to reduce their maximum formats.Large floors, XXL tiles or continuous surfaces. The texture of the walls is preserved to a greater extent. The trick is to use a large, smooth rug for the rug.
Linen sofa with custom blue cushions, striped cushions from Calma House, curtains from Jute’s fabric, rug from Tine K Home, ceiling lamp from Cinq Étoiles and custom bookcase from Alto Interiorismo
Goodbye mold, hello panel
It might hurt you to read this: The moldings that adorn your walls are no longer the most important thing exist. How do you read it. Again, do not be afraid, they will continue to meet and it will be difficult to resist the charm they bring. But instead, 2024 brings us panels with different effects for zoning, insulation and decorating walls. A must In this sense? board. Here, the background is covered with esparto grass.
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