If a home renovation is on the horizon for your 2024 New Year’s resolution, you may be surprised that ghosts of trends past are making a comeback.
Here’s a list of five home renovation trends that are making a comeback in 2024, and how you can incorporate them into your own home design.
Wallpaper is back in trend, and not just as an accent wall!
Think chic, geometric shapes or bold prints that add dimension to a room. Many wallpaper designs have become self-adhesive, making it easy and mess-free to apply. The best part is that this design trend doesn’t require a whole lot of commitment. You can choose to go all out or start small by wallpapering a window nook or closet.
2. Brass Accents
Brass accents were a big hit in the ’70s and are now back and better than ever. Small accents, such as handles, hardware, or lamps, can add a touch of elegance to any space. Incorporating brass elements into an all-white modern space can create a beautiful contrast.
3. Two-Tone Kitchens
Two-tone kitchens consist of two different colors for the upper and lower cabinets.
Whether it is contrasting dark and light wood or metal bonds, we are projecting the trend will have an impact on 2024 kitchens. This style not only breaks the monotony of a single-color kitchen but also offers a bold and striking impact. Two-tone kitchens can be modified to any color scheme you prefer, and with the right design elements, you can create an amazing and functional environment for your family and friends.
4. Open Shelving
Open shelving is still gaining in popularity, and it’s easy to see why. Not only does it offer easy access to dishes or cookware, but it can also serve as a decorative statement piece. Organizing items by color or type makes the open shelves feel cohesive and uniform. With different finishes, such as wood or metal, open shelving can help tie the room together.
Terrazzo, a composite material made of granite, quartz, and marble chips, is making a big comeback in 2024. It’s a fashionable and sensible choice for countertops or flooring. While this material was widely used in the ’60s, new technology, tools, and techniques have given it a modern update. This material is durable, low-maintenance, and has limitless design potential.
At WoodMart, we understand how overwhelming a renovation project can be. We stay up to date on design trends so our design specialists are always ready to help. Contact us today for a consultation on transforming your home in the new year.