Summer 2021 Design Trends

The weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer, we’ve begun spring cleaning - what’s next? Well many of you have been getting in contact with us for 2021 design trend predictions. One thing for sure, is that the last 2 years has really emphasised the benefits of making your home a sanctuary. So grab a coffee and sit back let us take you through what we think you’ll start to see trending soon as summer room reveals begin to emerge.

1. Blue, blue baby! 
Blue linen hues, rich deep Victorian blues and accent walls are going to be high on the summer trend list this year. Don’t be shy and use blue prints in cushions and blinds to soften and brighten rooms in subtle but fun ways. 


Match the summe skies with a cobalt blue accent and emerald green statement pieces. There’s so many fun things to play with this trend, so find a colour that speaks to you and base your room around that! 

We particularly like @ladychatterleysaffair take on the use of blue in her interior design. 

2. Neutral is still NEW

One trend we will still see is the the neutral Scandi look, the great thing about neutrals is that it provides a blank canvas to add statement pieces as you wish. We see lots of our customers using a custom coloured piece like Beaded Chandeliers to personalise their spaces with their favourite colours, one of the most favourite ones we’ve seen has been a Navy Beaded Chandelier or Duck Egg Beaded Chandelier. 

3. Naturally Bright

Finding more ways to bring light into our homes is a key focus of interior design at the moment. We see sky lights, transparent blinds and window coverings on high rotation. Even if you’re renting, keeping windows open and using sheer window coverings will help you achieve this look! 

4. Splash some colour 

With cushions, throw or even artwork (wall decals) adding a splash of a bold statement colour will freshen up a space and you’ll also be maximising one of the key current design trends. Our picks are fuchia, teal, navy or a burnt Sienna. Removable art decals are a great option as they don’t damage walls, easy to remove and replace and they’re an affordable way to incorporate a trend into your rooms without changing everything!