Summer decor – it has a beautiful air of freshness and beauty. Breezy fabrics, muted colour palettes, bohemian influences and natural fibres associated with the season make it feel like the sunshine is coming into your home. We’re taking a look at the latest interior design trends in 2021 that will bring a summer vibe into your home.
Latest Interior Design Trends in 2021
Blue is the colour of clear skies and sparkly oceans, and if summer were to adopt a colour, we’re pretty sure it would be blue (and at Bluebay Homes, we’re not biased).
We recommend using a muted, rich toned blue for an accent wall, and trying lighter tones paired with white elsewhere. Think textures such as linen and cheesecloth for a fresh, Grecian aesthetic.
Minimalism is back again, but this time, different.
The last time we saw minimalism as a trend, it was more about clean lines and seamless structures. However, the trend is now back with a difference.
This time minimalism is accompanied by raw edges, natural greenery, pops of colour and playing with the sunlight. A room will want to look clean, yet remain functional and comfortable.
This one is pretty much a timeless interior design trend for the summer.
Recently, everyone’s becoming obsessed with house plants. There is something so rewarding about watching them grow, and this greenery is a big part of summer boho decor. Incorporating these plants into a room with natural colours, wood, and images of nature and you’re onto a winner.
This style can be continued into the winter by adding in some deeper toned wools, ambience lighting and shaggy rugs. Make sure to pick plants that will cope year-round such as Peace Lilies and Monstera.
Layering fabrics is usually associated with the seasons where you can’t keep your windows open, but you can get this to work year-round too. Choose lighter materials such as linen, cotton voile, and silk, or other drape-worthy fabrics to get a breezy feel within your room.
You can’t go wrong with semi-sheer curtains. They bring a great light, spacious airiness to a room that looks enchanting in the sunlight.
Now you’ve got a couple of ideas in your head, you can begin turning your home into a summer paradise. Just in time for the warm weather we’ll hopefully get in North Wales soon!