The Interior Design Trends We’re Watching for 2024—and Beyond BY DAVID NASH

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If there’s a single theme to interior design trends in 2024, it’s that virtually anything goes. TikTok, obviously, gives fresh aesthetics viral appeal, so much so that, though we’re not even midway through the year, we’ve already cycled through the Unexpected Red, Booksheld Wealth, and—how could we forget?— Mob Wife trends. (We forgive you if your head is spinning.)

The upshot? Personalization is more important than ever in 2024, no matter what space you’re looking to zhuzh up. “A focus on previously underestimated areas of the home such as the hallway, pantry, utility room, and laundry room are coming center stage,” observes Gemma Riberti, head of interiors at international trend forecasting agency WGSN. “Searches for ‘handmade’ and ‘eclectic interior design vintage’ are [also] growing steadily on platforms such as Etsy or Pinterest.”

“When I grew up, the first thing we did [when we redecorated] was [match] the curtains, for example, all the textiles,” affirms Karin Gustavsson, a creative lead at Ikea. “Today it’s not about coordination. Instead, [it’s about] objects that show who you are—this is my heritage, what I’ve collected during trips and travels.”

In Milan, Salone del Mobile—the world’s biggest design trade fair—and the city’s broader design week, provides the perfect moment to take a trends temperature check. In fact, ELLE DECOR editors fanned out across the Italian design capital to take stock of what’s new and what trends seem to have staying power. We’ve also spoken to a roster of ELLE DECOR A-List designers and industry experts to reveal some surprising—and not so surprising—home design directions set to unfold this year—and beyond. Here’s what we’ve uncovered.

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