The Top 5 Interior Design Trends of 2021

The Top 5 Interior Design Trends of 2021

In this video, we are discussing my selections for the Top 5 and BEST Interior Design Trends of 2021. I go through some of my favorite styles trends that I am looking to embrace in this upcoming year and show some examples of how to use them effectively. I am really excited about the direction that 2021 is going in, which includes plenty of warm, inviting color palettes, an emphasis on sustainable design, and some new blended styles like Grand Millenial. This year is all about function and form, and there is truly something for everyone!

Be sure to also check out my blog post for more links and inspiration: @-design-trends-of-2021/
Trend #1: 1:05
Trend #2: 2:40
Trend #3: 4:00
Trend #4: 5:47
Trend #5: 6:30

(this is as many as I could find, as all of these images were sourced from Pinterest, and we all know how reliable those links can be lol)
The Nordroom
Real Homes
SchoolHouse Electric
Blissful Design Studio
Lone Fox
Lucy McCabe
Courtney Hill Interiors
Anna Hewitson Design
Amber Interiors
Decus Interiors
Abitare Interiors
Red Deer Design
In Honor of Design
Studio McGee
Southern Living – Julia Berolzheimer + Torrance Mitchell Designs
Benjamin Moore
The Happy Hideout
Cedar and Moss
Jenna Sue Design Co.
Royale Zieglar
Designers Guild
Benni Amadi Interiors
Emily Henderson Design
Rikki Synder
Vintage Revivals
*My Camera:

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Music by Reggie San Miguel – Daydream –
Music by Ryan Little – Never Letting Go –
Music by Ryan Little – Think About You –

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  1. Rio Henry on October 15, 2022 at 6:57 am

    I saw the downside of open plan years ago when I was renovating. I have a soundproofed office and bedroom. My husband and I both love music and we like to be able to have our own spaces.

  2. Kacy Paide on October 15, 2022 at 7:16 am

    I loved this, especially your gorgeous examples. There was a green velvety sectional (middle image) that stopped my heart. Thank you!

  3. Ian James on October 15, 2022 at 7:17 am

    Gothic Revival needs to come back

  4. lizzzay384 on October 15, 2022 at 7:17 am

    Plz design my future home thx!!

  5. d coughla on October 15, 2022 at 7:23 am

    Great video, Kelly. Thanks for posting. Previously I lived in an open plan home which was right for the time & had the appropriate scale (not too big/small). I get your point about closed floor plans especially now more people are working from home. Perhaps you could do a home office/study makeover either a separate room or incorporated into the living room for your next project. I loved your choice of designers particularly Anna Hewitson & Emily Henderson whose styles I adore. Also, I would check out Ham Interiors for that modern yet timeless vibe.

  6. Amy M on October 15, 2022 at 7:37 am

    love the green!!

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