Let’s Talk Home Design Trends

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When it comes to home design, 2024 stands on its own. The dominant trends might slightly resemble decor of years past, but they have a modern appeal that ensures you’re not living at Grandma’s. Let’s take a look at home design trends for 2024:

Quiet Luxury

If you ever scroll TikTok, you might be familiar with the term “quiet luxury” — after all, more than 67 million posts are referencing it. But while most of those posts are about quiet luxury when it comes to fashion, the idea is also trending in a big way in the world of home design. Whether you’re talking home design or fashion, quiet luxury means timeless, classic style. Consider purchasing an investment piece that you can build your room around. Opt for soft textures, dark woods and substantial pieces rather than “fast” furniture. Your patterns should be small and subtle. Velvet or cashmere accent pillows add sophistication. Adopt a “less is more” mantra when it comes to accessories. Technology should be out of sight.

Let Your Tile Do the Talking

It’s not that we don’t like subway tile, but it’s taking a ride out of town in 2024. Designers are opting for statement tile — think bold colors and patterns — for everything from showers to walls to backsplashes. Particularly popular and adding glamor to a room are Zellige tiles, handcrafted tiles originating from Morocco that are glazed in a way that gives each tile a unique look. Typically square, Zellige tiles can also be found in rectangular shapes. To add a burst of color to a back patio, try glazed tiles. You can also get creative with your grout color.

Texture Is Key

A quick way to add interest to any room is to introduce texture. Pillows in a variety of fabrics — corduroys, mohair, velvet — could be your easiest tactic, but why stop there? Consider curved, fluted or wavy furniture. Plaster walls play nicely with wood floors and ceilings. Mixed metals also add texture, with brushed nickel and chrome popular choices for a more polished look (refer to Quiet Luxury above). Another way to add texture to a room is with wallpaper. Don’t be afraid — this doesn’t mean wallpaper in every room of the house. Consider wallpapering one wall or putting wallpaper in an unexpected spot such as the back of a bookcase. Designers have turned wallpaper into works of art, or you can choose from stripes, small patterns and more.

Show Off Your Curves

Curves are in — archways, furniture, even corner cabinets. Curved lines inject an inviting appeal to your quiet luxury style and create a flowing aesthetic. Choose a curved sofa — the overstuffed the better — or curved chairs. Curved lighting fixtures also add to the overall ambiance.

See 2024 New Home Design Trends

Where can you see the home design trends for 2024? Right here in Santa Rita Ranch! Our builders have 25 model homes open — including eight brand-new models in our new Tierra Rosa model home park — each professionally designed. It’s like a real-life home décor magazine! Model homes are open daily, so come to visit any time.

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