Interior Trends for 2024

Interior Trends for 2024

Warm neutrals and Softer tones were accurately predicted to replace cooler grey and white tones, which had previously dominated. 2024 colorways look to the Earth’s natural forms for inspiration. Lots of dusky Earthy Tones for Curtains, upholstery and walls.

Embrace the latest palettes of dusky earth tones from Prestigious Textiles Lisbon collection.

Exuding a laid-back, sophisticated feel, a stonewashed effect complements the gentle, homely nature of Lisbon's palette effortlessly. The collection suits itself to upholstery, drapery, and small soft accessories such as scatter cushions, or even napkins and table runners. Warm Tuscan pinks, radiant amber tones, and earthy olive hues are just snippets of the collection's tranquil palette, all inspired by the hottest colorways of this season. 

Move over Minimalism

Minimalism will be replaced with a more eclectic look. The resurgence of maximalist decor and retro design in contemporary settings is driven by nostalgia, individual expression, escapism and sustainability.

Updated chintz combines vintage floral patterns with contemporary design – the result is a truly personalised space.

Bloomsbury collection by Prestigious Textiles

Each design tells unique tales of intrigue, spanning richly decorative, pattern on pattern designs, trailing leaves featuring intricate dot work to simpler, small scale florals. 2 coordinating stripes in equally rich palettes ensure wonderfully cohesive schemes, while a 3d effect embroidery rounds off the collection's portfolio with ethereal beauty. A true-to-style, nature-inspired palette anchors Bloomsbury’s decorative approach perfectly, featuring warm mushroom browns, powder blues, and fresh petal hues. Warm undertones ensure a lived-in, homely feel.

Secret Garden collection by Clarke & Clarke

A vintage-inspired take on the classic portraits of nature, this beautiful and wonderfully modern collection has expanded on the concept of the garden of Eden. All fabrics have been digitally printed on a cotton linen base cloth in ivory and natural that elevates the organic feel of this entire collection.


Texture Texture

When it comes to texture, a mix-and-match approach is key. Combining contrasting textures adds depth, tactility, and a sense of personality. Velvet Drapery with heavy textured linen sofas. Decorative finishes are coming to the forefront.

The Evora Collection from Clarke and Clarke

Highly textured designs in small scale patterns have an artisanal quality, durable yet soft and versatile for a range of interior applications.

Urban Fabric by Clarke & Clarke

Statement designs on soft, cut velvet and tactile weaves, this expressive collection of stripes, circles and chevrons spans a rich colour palette.