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Trending on Remodelista: 2024 Design Trend Forecast

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Trending on Remodelista: 2024 Design Trend Forecast

January 20, 2024

This week, Remodelista shared their forecast for the year’s design trends: a chance of built-in sofas moving in, followed by the return of tapestries and a high likelihood that you’ll want a sink skirt in your bathroom. You can find them all in Up Next: 21 Design Trends for 2024. Here are three more notable trends:

Terra-Cotta Tiles

The age-old red clay tiles are back to woo another generation of design fans. Photograph by Germán Saiz, courtesy of Plantea Estudio, from Casa Guzman: A Family’s Generations-Spanning Coastal Home Gets an Inspired Update by Plantea Estudio.
Above: The age-old red clay tiles are back to woo another generation of design fans. Photograph by Germán Saiz, courtesy of Plantea Estudio, from Casa Guzman: A Family’s Generations-Spanning Coastal Home Gets an Inspired Update by Plantea Estudio.

Stainless Steel Kitchens

Stainless steel kitchens are everywhere&#8\2\1\1;but this one stands out thanks to hand-sanded, not-too-cold finish. Photograph by Jose Limbert, from Kitchen of the Week: An Alpine Kitchen Where Stainless Steel Is “The Absolute Protagonist”.
Above: Stainless steel kitchens are everywhere–but this one stands out thanks to hand-sanded, not-too-cold finish. Photograph by Jose Limbert, from Kitchen of the Week: An Alpine Kitchen Where Stainless Steel Is “The Absolute Protagonist”.

Sustainable Design

Caring about the planet is always a design do in our book. This considered and eco-conscious revival of a hand-built home is a prime example of sustainability that doesn&#8\2\17;t come at the cost of style. Photograph by Tom Ross, courtesy of Nüüd Studio, from Retrofit Over Rebuild: An Architect and Interior Designer’s Sensitively Restored \1970s Home.
Above: Caring about the planet is always a design do in our book. This considered and eco-conscious revival of a hand-built home is a prime example of sustainability that doesn’t come at the cost of style. Photograph by Tom Ross, courtesy of Nüüd Studio, from Retrofit Over Rebuild: An Architect and Interior Designer’s Sensitively Restored 1970s Home.

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