Last year has been a year of lots of ups and downs for each and every one of us.  Therefore if you are looking into revamping your living space a bit to kick-start this year on the positive note then it will surely be a great idea. 

To help you out a bit on your this endeavor, HCD DREAM Interior Solutions, have brought together, Interior Design Trends for 2021

Interior Design Trends For 2021

  • Wicker Furniture

Wiker furniture is something that makes the interiors feel light yet add a much needed warmth and coziness to the space. In addition to that, it is also environmental friendly. A total win- win!

  • Natural Fabrics 

Since people are becoming conscious about the environment around them, they are moving more and more towards a natural living. It will surely affect the interior design scenario. The natural fabrics are expected to make a comeback, as people will give more emphasis on using sustainable materials for the interior design projects. 

  • Peel and Stick wallpapers 

The coronavirus pandemic has surely taught people to spend their hard earned money smartly. And it is no different when it comes to interior design projects especially the do it yourself ones. 

The self-adhesive, removable wallpaper are great options to redo the home interior design or even office interior design on budget. 

  • Monochromatic walls 

Gone are the days, when the accent walls were so much in trend. In 2021, the monochromatic walls where in the walls , trims and even the doors will be of one color will be much in trend. It will play a huge role in making the interiors of the home feel much more spacious. 

  • Multipurpose Space 

Another thing that COVID-19 pandemic taught us is how the space can be used in a multiple way. As none of us was actually ready for the big change that work from home and learn from home brought about, we had to somehow make the available space work for us. 

Hence, creating a multipurpose space wherein one can work, learn and relax should be given consideration on priority. 

Incorporating these interior design trends into your next interior design project will make your space 2021 ready.