Home design is moving past all-white and neutral colors to a more personality-infused style that focuses on the details, big and small. From texturized prints to one-of-a-kind pieces, home design in 2024 will offer up plenty of bolder interiors and exteriors.
Houzz, a home remodeling site, offers up a few of the home trends and details they believe will be hot in the new year.
Tile backsplashes are being mixed up with a slab of stone or quartz behind the range or cooktop. The slab is often the same material as the countertops, “giving the kitchen a vertical display of graphic veining or other interesting details to create a striking focal point that’s easy to wipe clean,” Houzz’s 2024 design report notes.
Fluted cabinets and details
Fluted details are dressing up everything from kitchen islands to bathroom vanities and living room furniture. “The aesthetic creates a thick, often rough statement-making detail beneath island countertops, bathroom vanities and dining room tables, adding visual texture and interest,” Houzz’s report notes.
Handmade, one-of-a-kind accents
In a growing desire to adopt a timeless style, more homeowners are embracing handmade features and details. This includes handmade tiles, custom bathroom vanities and other elements that make homeowners feel like they have something truly one-of-a-kind. Custom features and personalized elements are showing up throughout home design. For example, a separate Houzz trends report focused on bathroom design found that the majority of renovating homeowners opted for a custom or semi-custom vanity.
Herringbone patterns are staging a comeback. It’s becoming a trendy pattern once again for kitchens, bathrooms and other spaces around the home. “But the typically horizontal zigs are beginning to zag in new directions—diagonally or vertically—to create an updated look with visual interest, movement and texture,” the Houzz report notes.
Plantings in-between pavers
Greenery is popping up between the pavers—intentionally. “Garden paths and patios made of pavers separated by ground cover have gained popularity on Houzz due to their natural look, permeability and design versatility,” the Houzz report notes. “This approach softens pathways, breaks up large expanses of hardscape and generally makes a walkway or patio feel more like a lush, living part of a garden.”