Is the feature wall back? Four 2024 design trends predicted

Di Gaffney from Plantation Homes, discusses the four interior design trends that are set to make a statement in 2024.

Making coloured walls a feature

Gone are the days of simple accent walls; 2024 is all about making a bold and architectural statement. Di says: “Featured coloured walls aren’t what they used to be. It’s not just a bold splash of paint or a splice of wallpaper. Feature walls now incorporate elements like timber panelling, wall panelling, and bricks to add depth and texture to your living spaces.” These textured walls create a dynamic focal point that elevates the overall aesthetic of your home.

A splash of colour in the kitchen

When it comes to kitchens, the colour palette is taking a refreshing turn in 2024. Di says: “Green sage mixed with timber grains is a winning combination. The warmth of timber mixed with the calming tones of green sage creates a kitchen space that is both inviting and sophisticated. For those who crave a more dramatic atmosphere, dark and moody kitchens are making a comeback, adding a touch of mystery and elegance to the heart of your home.”

Tantalise your space with textured tiles

In the realm of tiles, 2024 is all about embracing stronger patterns and textured surfaces. Di notes: “Whether it’s for your kitchen backsplash, bathroom walls, or flooring, this year is about making a statement with your tiles. Bold patterns and textures will take centre stage, adding a layer of personality and visual interest to your living spaces. Don’t be afraid to experiment with unique tile designs to create a one-of-a-kind look.”

Hot flooring considerations

Flooring plays a crucial role in shaping the overall ambiance of your home. Di shares her insights, saying: “I am still loving the hybrid vinyl waterproof flooring for its practicality and ease of maintenance. Additionally, terrazzo tiles are making a comeback, offering a stylish and versatile flooring option that adds a touch of luxury to any room.”

This year’s design trends focus on creativity and challenge the traditional boundaries of design. Make your home a stylish haven that showcases a unique personality and lifestyle.

Di Gaffney is studio manager for Queensland home builder Plantation Homes.


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