The New Year is almost upon us, so it’s out with the old and in with the new, especially when it comes to household décor trends. Leisure Lounge looks at the three living room decorating trends that you need to look out for in 2021.

The Leading Lounge Trends To Look For In 2021

The past year has been a strange one when it comes to decorating, since so many of us were confined to our homes for months on end. The trends that set in at the end of 2019 were pretty much here to stay during 2020. However, there has been definite progress towards the end of this year, as these three trends emerged and look set to dominate 2021. Read our blog for more expert decorating and furniture buying tips.

1. Multifunctional Spaces

The ‘new normal’ of 2020 has changed the way we approach everything from home to work. Our homes are no longer merely homes – they are also offices and classrooms. The way we furnish our houses needs to change accordingly. Living rooms are now multifunctional areas in which space needs to be maximised and dual-purpose furniture are needed. Seating doubles up as storage, or a fold-up desk emerges as you switch your lounge from leisure to work mode. Innovative designs are bringing all kinds of forms and function together.

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2. Blue Is The Colour…

Neutral colours were popular during 2019 and 2020. These are now fading out and being superseded by versatile, more pronounced colours such as blue and pink. Blue works perfectly for the bust, multifunctional spaces, bringing a much-needed sense of tranquillity.

3. Opulence And Maximalism

Living room design was already moving towards opulence in 2020. Occasional furniture, opulent lighting and fabrics such as velvet in navy blue, emerald greens, or with touches of grey, are all the rage.

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