Move over gallery walls! Home designer Kim Gordon says while family photos are great, they often fail to make a big statement.
Instead, Gordon says to look for “big, potentially colourful, and absolutely impactful” art that wows.
In 2021, designers are moving toward fresh, natural materials such as wood, marble and copper, according to Decor Aid, a full-service interior design firm.
According to Decor Aid, “These elements will help bring an organic and serene ambiance to any space while reflecting the world around your home.”
Try incorporating this trend with marble countertops or a wood accent wall like this one made from reclaimed wood.
Adam Meshberg from the award-winning architecture and interior design firm, the Meshberg Group, says, “Faux stone or large-format tile will soon replace natural materials like concrete or Italian white marble.”
Meshberg said thanks to emerging technology, new porcelain tile looks identical to real, natural materials but is much less expensive and easier to install.