Top Home Trends of 2021

After spending an entire year inside, experts really have a new take on home trends in 2021. With top recommendations featuring ideas such as home office focal points, indoor plants, and lots of earthy colors and textures to make things cool and collected, we can see how quarantine shaped general views of what’s needed in homes. We’re about it! We love the idea of making your Greater Lafayette, IN space YOURS and a place you want to be with your immediate circle. Bring on all the comfy, cozy home vibes, 2021!

Work from Home Space

Whether your “work from home” time was brief, or the kids are still taking some E-Learning days, one thing’s for sure, the home office space needs an upgrade. From functional, aestheticly pleasing lighting to organizational, functional accessories and gadgets, there are many ways to spruce up your work area. Try a bright rug to tie the whole room together! It’ll feel good on your bare feet too while you work from home!

Tile Textures

Boho styles pull in this fun additive to renovations, and we are so thankful! Fun tile can change a kitchen as a backsplash or it can change an entire room if you make it your flooring! There are tons of options out there. Have fun pattern building too!

Indoor Plants

Another trend we can thank those boho lovers for- indoor plants! Not only do they look beautiful, but they can naturally purify the air quality inside your home. Here are a few suggestions of where to begin: Add a snake plant for air purification or a pathos if you have trouble keeping plants alive! A fiddle leaf tree will give you a good challenge.

Paint Colors of the Year

According to both Homes and Gardens and Good Housekeeping, Pantone set the tone for the colors of the year.

“This year, Pantone took the unusual step of naming two colors as their shades of the year: Illuminating, a zingy yellow, and Ultimate Yellow, a pale gray. 
‘The selection of two independent colors highlight how different elements come together to express a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting, conveying the idea that it’s not about one color or one person, it’s about more than one,’ says Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute.”

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