Your Villa Magazine Foothill Cities February-March 2021

DESIGN TRENDS 2021: What to Expect in Home Design and Décor nother year has come and gone. We have seen plenty of lovely home design and decor trends grace us over the last 12 months, but it’s time to make way for the upcoming style direction for the new year. 2021 is going to be a year for “Coastal, Comfy and Curvy” features in interior design. Last Fall’s High Point Home Furnishings Market showed much that fit those characteristics. Coastal Creating a mindset of coastal living, can make the home more calm and tranquil, something more people are looking for these days. There are many décor options for creating the ambiance that goes along with hearing the gentle waves washing on shore. Wicker and rattan, mariner themed accessories, and coral are just a fewways to get that outside/inside ambiance. A Comfy “Comfy” is another theme we will hear much of going forward. As we spend more time at home, whether it be working or relaxing, there is a need for our furniture to provide us with all the comforts that our home has to offer. When you combine “comfy” with soft, plush fabrics they make a seat that is the most popular one in the house. Perfect for the comfy theme are sectionals. They’re not new, of course, but they were more prominent in Market than usual. A great sectional or chair-and-a-half invites the whole family to snuggle together for a movie, or just settle in yourself with a good book or for a nap. If you don’t have the room for a large sectional there are more intimate options with a chaise attached or add the matching ottoman for relaxing flexibility. Because we are all home more often, we “live” more and more on our furniture. Your furniture is an important investment, protect that investment with performance fabrics which will provide your upholstery an extended life. Fabrics with superior design and unmatched performance will weather the elements in your home, California room or outdoors. With today’s technology you can rest easy knowing you have made an environmentally conscious choice for those you love. Curves Curves, rounded edges and design 360 were a major design factor in the market. Curvy design allows you tomove the pieces away from the walls and out into the room for easy movement through the room. In tight spaces, curves can create the illusion of more space. Curved lines tend to draw you in a welcoming way, which also can be calming and comfortable. Interior design is not just about making your space more beautiful, it’s about making a healthier place—a sanctuary. Interested in getting a started on one – or all – of these upcoming home design and decor trends? Schedule a free in-home consultation today! Visit michellejett.decoratingden.com or call for an appointment at 951-444-5533. 22 | YourVilla Magazine

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