design - trends 2021

Let’s look at different trends on the horizon for 2021


2021 colour trends

Bright impact colourful sunsets, to the soft colours of first light.

Lots of midnight blue contrasts, against sunset colours

PANTONE 17-5104 Ultimate Grey + PANTONE 13-0647 Illuminating, a marriage of colour conveying a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting. 

soft sunrise greys with pops of colour, and mixed metals

SCHEME 1 - SUNRISE GREYS

See soft greys and early morning tones as the light starts to reflect

textured light timber walls, with interesting designed décor pieces, 

and pops of orange or teal, and art that you love

SCHEME 2  - FLORAL DAYS

bright colour pops of colour which bring a smile to your face!

Try full blown neon experiences, for those who just love colour.

Sophisticated statement pieces with bold floral colours create an impact.

SCHEME 3 -  WARM SUNSETS

Soft mauve decorator pieces and bleached timber create a natural sunset scheme

bleached timber - on the walls and even the ceiling!

handcrafted vases, throws with mixed metal finishes (no rose!)

Add a detailed handcrafted light fittings to complete the look, with pops of teal

SCHEME 4 - midnight blues

Walls and ceilings envelope the space with dark colours

Deep blues and greys with pops of orange

Special handcrafted decor pieces and artworks break the solid colours

Arches are back! Niches in the walls to display special pieces.

SCHEME 5 - SUNNY DAYS      Golden yellows are happy!

Sunshine, and floral references create a warm homely feel.

Bleached timber doors and walls blend with the yellows.

Add impact lighting, and focal artwork, and a little textured pale pink, mauve or citrone

Add your favourite random artworks to make the space special to you.

SCHEME 6 - BEACH DAYS

Look to the turquoise ocean and bleached driftwood for inspiration

Light timber walls and floors create a background for your favourite art

Add pops of plum, magenta or deep navy blue – the new black

Eco friendly geometric curved pieces are created with new technology