As the interior design world continues to evolve and new trends emerge each year, these are transforming our living spaces. With 2023 coming to an end (at the time of this writing), design experts are looking ahead eagerly to 2024 and are trying to forecast what will be popular in the coming year. From expansive kitchen islands to softer, more relaxed color palettes, the following paragraphs offer an in-depth look at five major interior design trends you can expect to see more of in 2024.

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Warm, Natural Color Schemes

Bright whites and harsh grays will start to give way to warmer, more natural color palettes. Specifically, we’ll see more spaces decorated in soothing cream, almond, and tan tones, mixed with accents of light wood finishes and organic textures. The increased use of natural light through strategic window placements will also give interiors a more cozier feel. This will mark the continued departure of cool grays being prominent in previous years, and show a shift toward more livable, tranquil aesthetics better suited for relaxation.

Spacious, Multi-Functional Kitchens

Open concept kitchens will become even more open in 2024, with a focus on creating spacious, multi-functional spaces that are perfect for both cooking and entertaining. You can expect to see larger kitchen islands that comfortably seat guests, act as informal dining areas, and incorporate next-level storage solutions. The experts at Bedrock Quartz tell us that other popular kitchen upgrades will include high-end appliances, granite countertops or quartz composites, and custom cabinetry with glass door fronts and interior lighting for displaying serveware. The emphasis will very much be on designing kitchens that are tailored to owners’ unique needs and preferences.

Bathroom Spas

Master bathrooms in 2024 will rival luxury spas and emphasize serene, spa-like atmospheres. Free-standing oval soaking tubs should remain on trend together with large walk-in showers with built-in seating, rain showerheads, and floor-to-ceiling marble or ceramic tile. Touch-activated faucets and toilets, radiant heated floors, and integrated tech like mirror TVs and Bluetooth shower speakers will also start to gain popularity. The overarching goal is to try to create private, immersive spaces to relax and unwind.

Indoor/Outdoor Integration

We should also see increased blending of indoor and outdoor living areas as more homes open up to lovely garden patios and lush courtyards. Design techniques like using large sliding glass walls, incorporating greenery, and choosing furniture suitable for both settings will help to erase those boundaries between interiors and exteriors. This will let homeowners enjoy calming natural views and fresh air from the comfort of their couches. It also enables seamless transition for entertaining guests in multiple locations.


Finally, 2024 will usher in a wave of eco-conscious interior design focused on sustainability and using recycled or responsibly sourced materials. Expect to see wider adoption of LED lighting, energy-efficient appliances, renewable and non-toxic materials, and energy conservation methods like strategic insulation. Water recycling, indoor plants for natural air filtration, and renewable power sources like solar may also become more commonplace. The emphasis on reducing environmental impact will shape many design decisions in the coming year.


As we look ahead at developing interior design trends for 2024, a few key themes emerge – warmth, spaciousness, tranquility, an indoor/outdoor connection, and sustainability. Along with the specific design elements outlined above, we’ll also see homes being renovated with more attention to layout and the flow between rooms. Open floor plans will prevail, but smart zoning using structural elements, lighting techniques, and thoughtful furniture arrangements will help differentiate kitchens, living rooms, and dining spaces within larger combined areas.

Embracing these concepts means homeowners can craft living spaces that are both aesthetically pleasing and better aligned with an eco-friendly, community-oriented lifestyle prioritizing comfort. With clever renovations or new construction, next year presents exciting opportunities to transform your space into a personalized sanctuary.