THE INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS YOU NEED TO KNOW IN 2021

Never before have Australians’ homes worked so hard. In 2020, they became offices, gyms, virtual social meeting places, schools and entertainment hubs.

All that time at home highlighted the importance of how we feel when we are home, and just how well those homes meet our evolving needs.

In the year to come, more Australians are likely to be picking up paintbrushes and calling in architects in a bid to turn muddled spaces into high-functioning sanctuaries.

“Holidaying at home is one of the biggest trends we are seeing in 2021,” says Sydney designer Greg Natale. “Whether it be turning your current home into more of a sanctuary space, or buying a holiday property in your home state, people are finding the joy in staying home,” he says.

Whatever the scale of the home project, we asked the experts what Australians can look to in interior design in 2021.

To read the full article, click here

Never before have Australians’ homes worked so hard. In 2020, they became offices, gyms, virtual social meeting places, schools and entertainment hubs.

All that time at home highlighted the importance of how we feel when we are home, and just how well those homes meet our evolving needs.

In the year to come, more Australians are likely to be picking up paintbrushes and calling in architects in a bid to turn muddled spaces into high-functioning sanctuaries.

“Holidaying at home is one of the biggest trends we are seeing in 2021,” says Sydney designer Greg Natale. “Whether it be turning your current home into more of a sanctuary space, or buying a holiday property in your home state, people are finding the joy in staying home,” he says.

Whatever the scale of the home project, we asked the experts what Australians can look to in interior design in 2021.

To read the full article, click here