Three Gorgeous Home Design Trends to Try in 2024
We've researched the trends that are going to be everywhere in 2024.
We love these interior and exterior designs because they incorporate plenty of elements you might already have in your home. And exciting news, if you already have a front wood door, you're ahead of the trends!
Included is a variety of 2024 home designs that will fit most style preferences, so we hope you find inspiration to help you get started on your upcoming home improvement project. Enjoy!
Color palettes inspired by nature
The European cottage home features earthy, cozy palettes with splashes of color. Raw materials from nature such as stone, metal, and wood are the basis around which the romantic interior is built, with light-colored walls and clean lines to offset the darker natural colors.
An exterior or interior Dutch Door, featured in the beautiful nature-inspired home above, goes well with any Craftsman or country cottage design.
Exposed stone, gothic details, plenty of wood, and natural, rustic materials will help you incorporate this look into your interior and exterior design.
If you're interested in a Dutch Door to transform your home into a fantasy European cottage getaway, check out our Knotty Alder interior and exterior wood and glass Dutch Doors Collection here.
Country charm gets a modern makeover
Farmhouse design has been such a common theme in the last few years that it has started to blend into the background. Luckily, 2024 is bringing an industrial twist with minimalistic lines, darker walls, and raw exposed wood.
White and cream still reign supreme in most Modern Farmhouse design, but darker accent pieces, funky art, and beautiful rustic wood are eye-catching elements that will bring your home into the modern world.
Looking for raw wood doors to update your sophisticated Modern Farmhouse or Contemporary Farmhouse design? Check out our gorgeous collection, including black stained doors, here.
The Arts and Crafts movement has been revived
Traditional Craftsman-style homes feature low ceilings and are known for their solid construction and dark, moody interiors. Let's keep the wood, and bring in the light because these interiors are much more open and airy than in the past.
White, sage, or lavender paint helps to highlight the gorgeous wood trim details and keeps the interior fresh. Installing wainscoting (or wall paneling) is a classic craftsman detail that will bring your walls to life.
Which one of these 2024 home design trends do you love or hate? Do you have any predictions for the upcoming year? Let us know what you think in the comments below!