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10 Interior Design Trends for your luxurious home

We at Key One Design Solution bring luxury right into your homes. Using high-quality Italian products and materials, we focus on creating concepts that will put you on the front lines for the most elegant and beautiful yet functional designed homes in your city. Your needs are important to us! Incorporating any kind of design concept with Italian luxury, we create timeless designs that will last you for the years to come.

“We deliver elegant and efficient solutions for any kind of space.”

Alessio Toffolo, Creative Design Director, Key One Design Solution

We’re sure you have lots of ideas on how you want your home to feel and look. Different trends have been going in and out for the past decade. If you want to renovate but you’re not sure if your all-white decor or your Terrazzo tiles are still in, check out this list we made of some of the Interior Design trends this year!

Scandi Design

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Scandi or Scandinavian interior design is a blend of textures and soft hues to make a room feel warm and inviting. The minimalistic style is a combination of beauty, simplicity, and functionality. Most furniture arrangements are uncluttered giving the space a cozy and content feeling described as hygge.

In a Scandi-designed room, white walls, a neutral palette with pops of color, and natural textures like wood and stone are a given. You can also expect the floors to be bare wood and windows to be large to emphasize the light streaming in through.


Centered on a romanticized western agricultural life, cottagecore interior design is uncomplicated, comfortable, and relaxing. With natural colors, graceful shapes, and texture-rich essentials the cottagecore style allows you to live a pastoral fantasy.

Some of the major cottage design elements are open shelving, exposed beams, and woodwork. Keeping it simple is the guiding principle. Kitchens are open to other rooms, balconies and window seats allow guests to enjoy the views, and rooms are adorned with flat panel doors and beadboard wall panels.

Dark Kitchens

Dark kitchens have been on the rise for the past few years but are now at their peak (searches increasing by 90%). Whether it’s an all-black touch or navy splashes, and cool gray tones – the ability to add a mysterious and unique touch has interior designers jumping on the dramatic and daring trend.

Home Tech

“There are a few key trends for 2021 and beyond: nature, health, environmental-friendly, intelligent technologies, and Oriental Renaissance. In 2021, diversity and globalization will go hand in hand. Future technology like 5G will take place more and more in the home design, and of course, I think the element of Oriental will still be the focal point for many.”

Ben Wu, Winner of the Andrew Martin International Interior Designer of the Year Award

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Wellness at Home

The links between art, aesthetics, health, and wellbeing are nothing new. Applying it to your home environment, however, is beginning to gather momentum.

“We will now start seeing the importance of home spas to allow us to fully relax and de-stress. Adding a steam function to a shower area, or removing the shower altogether and opting for a large luxurious bath can provide different ways to relax with water.”

Hayley Robson, Day True

Swimming pool and jacuzzi at home

This year, wellness-focused interior design is growing. It realizes that residential and commercial spaces have a great impact on our physical and emotional health.

Cocooning Furniture

Squishy sofas and snuggly fabrics have become the go-to since the start of the pandemic. ‘Homely’ and comfortable are the trending decors right now. Especially with the onset of Covid-19, a place to lay down as much as to sit is a must-have at home.

“There has been a shift in what customers are looking for some time now – more ‘homely’ comfort seating with deep cushions and more curves generally – a place to lay down as much as to sit.”

James Mair, Viaduct

Textured Walls/Furniture

Textured walls have been around in 2020 and it looks like it continues to be a big theme for 2021. Not only that, but textured furniture has started to gain attention as well. Glass panes have become fluted, tiles twisted, and wallpapers explore the three-dimensional. Now, cabinets, desks, wardrobes, and sideboards give the same touch-me texture and effects.

Warm & Earthy Tones

The word “neutral” may make you think “boring” but people have found themselves increasingly drawn towards the warmer, inviting, and friendlier tones. From deep reds and tans to cool grays and beiges, picking a color palette that reminds you of the outdoors makes for a soothing home.

Biophilic Design

Biophilic design is all about bringing the outdoors in, and indoors out. It focuses on incorporating nature rather than as an afterthought. More people are stuck living in the cities than ever before and science has proven once again that nature helps us feel good and be healthy.

“Outdoor space is now a key part of any home as we are spending more time outside in our gardens, patios, or balconies, which need to perform for year-round use. These areas are extensions of our living space and can provide us with spaces to relax, along with the possibility to remain social. Soft seating, outdoor kitchens, and heating solutions will ensure we can use outside space all year round in every season.”

Hayley Robson, Day True


Japandi is a hybrid trend. A mixture of Scandinavian design and Japanese aesthetic to create one that brings the best of both worlds together. Although they come from different sides of the world, both styles have the same principles. They both emphasize the importance of creating spaces that are function-driven and exercise minimalism.

While Scandi interiors have the tendency to be antiseptic, Japanese rich color palettes give the room more warmth. Where Japanese spaces can get overly polished, the rustic details in Nordic design add variance.

Photo Credits: Decoist, Decombo & Departures, Elledecor, Home Designing, Home Stratosphere, Decor Expro, Sam Frost, Audrey Hall, Hector Velasco

If you want to revamp your home with the latest Interior Design trends, get in touch with us today! Take a look at one of our projects to get a sense of how we redefine your space.

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