Interior Trends Shaping 2024

9 January 2024

Embracing new trends in interiors during 2024 defining the epitome of elegance, form and functionality for trending luxurious homes 

As we step into a new year, the world of luxury interior trend design continues to evolve, blending innovation with elegance to create spaces that redefine luxury and functionality. In 2024, a convergence of technological advancements, sustainability, and a revival of classic craftsmanship is reshaping the way we perceive and design interiors. Our article will delve into the top luxury interior trends that are set to dominate homes in 2024. 

NGS system with enhanced features

NextGeneration sliding glass doors 

NextGen sliders launched by minimal windows UK offers timeless cutting-edge ultra slim framed siding glass doors set to take centre stage amongst luxury home developments this year. This new revolutionary and innovative sliding glass door system is totally reimagines, offering a new approach to sliding door applications. Exciting NextGen features include enhanced structural design, hidden handle detail, a soft open-close solution, reinvented invisible base options, delivering floor to ceiling glass with 99.3% transparency leaving an even more minimal visible frame, plus a new silent gasket system which replaces the old brush seals. This new energy-efficient glazing technologies combines improved performance visually stunning aesthetics. 

Interior trends 2024

Kitchen Design – a Fusion of Form and Function 

In 2024, kitchens are not just functional spaces but also focal points of aesthetic appeal. Seamless integration of smart appliances, sustainable natural materials, and ergonomic design principles is the hallmark of modern kitchen trends. Watermark Kitchens is seeing a significant growing trend in black finishes, timber surfaces & kitchen cupboards with traditional bold brass statement pieces creating spaces that effortlessly blend form and function. 

Internal Lourve timber

Internal timber louvre systems 

Internal timber systems and space dividers are trending for interiors in 2024. Whether it’s for comfort or aesthetics, designers are seeking to replicate boutique hotel and modern workspace design. A nod to the retro 70’s period, internal timber louvres and flexible timber space dividers offer a warmth and elegance. Lighter hues complement Scandi minimal design while the richer and darker tones suggest a more majestic luxe finish often seen in stately homes. The new Avino Atelier showroom boasts an extensive range of internal timber cladding options.  

Intuitive comfort with shading control systems 

As our homes become smarter, so do our shading solutions. Automated shading control systems are gaining traction, offering homeowners effortless management of natural light and privacy. These systems, integrated with smart technology, adjust blinds or curtains based on sunlight, time of day, or user preferences, enhancing comfort and energy efficiency. Automated shading systems by Grants Blinds are experiencing more projects with challenging unique shaped glass. Gable end windows can be positioned at double height, and so historically, no manual shading solution could be achieved. In today’s integrated modern world, shading systems are trending at any height, including structural roof glazing applications for ultimate comfort and privacy.

Control4 system

Smart Home Control is on the move 

With so many streaming and remote services being App based, IndigoZest believes that the concept of a smart home is not just a trend it's a way of life, expected to become ubiquitous in 2024. With 4G being the standard on hand held devices, home owners remotely access their home appliances on the moveVoice command continues to trend in 2024 with approximately 30% of home devices within the home controlled by voice commands from lighting, heating & cooling to security to entertainment, homeowners can effortlessly manage their environment through voice commands or smartphone apps, creating a seamless and personalised living experience. 

Hidden Technology 

As we see the rise in 'quiet luxury', giving focus to carefully considered spaces where less is more, we are seeing homeowners looking for increasingly creative ways to make their spaces as liveable as possible whilst still maintaining comfort, craftsmanship and elegance. With modern living requiring much-needed tech such as TVs and smart speakers, we are seeing a shift towards the use of TV lifts to hide TVs in bespoke items of furniture and invisible speakers, fulfilling the requirement to include a TV without disturbing the luxury home interiors. 

Smart Lighting 

Year-on-year, the move towards smart lighting continues to grow and 2024 shows no signs of being any difference. As our understanding of the way our bodies react to light and the impact of circadian rhythm improves, so does the need for well-lit spaces. With this comes a greater need for control with multiple circuits required and the ability to control light temperature as well as dimming levels. Smart lighting allows you to do this, with one button required to change multiple lighting scenes and the ability to follow natural lighting patterns of warm and cool lighting throughout the day. 

Internal steel MIRO doors

Internal steel doors 

Belgravia shared that there is a growing trend for interior steel-look doors that increase the available natural light into a space while offering a timeless elegance.  

The MIRO range of internal steel and aluminium framed glass doors allow light to enter into internal spaces whilst offering an elegant finish. 

Timber and industrial steel interior trend 2024

Vertical Mobility redefined 

Residential lifts, once considered a luxury for a select few, are now becoming an important consideration when designing your home for life. With advancements in technology and design, home elevators today are sleek, space-saving, and cater to diverse architectural styles. They not only enhance accessibility but also add a touch of sophistication to homes. Morgan Ellis Lifts is seeing that Industrial chic black framed lifts in juxtaposition with timber becoming a growing trend for 2024, just as kitchen and internal timber system designs.

Venetian Plastering: Artistic Textures 

A revival of traditional craftsmanship is evident in the resurgence of Venetian plastering. This artisanal technique creates luxurious and tactile wall finishes, adding depth, texture, and a sense of heritage to interiors. From subtle sheen to dramatic textures, Signature Walls Venetian plastering elevates walls from mere surfaces to captivating works of art, all of which can be experienced at the Signature Walls showroom.  

Bold colours and nature-inspired materials trending in outdoor kitchens

Al Fresco Entertaining 

The line between indoor and outdoor living continues to blur with the rising popularity of luxury outdoor kitchens. In 2024, homeowners will embrace the concept of extending their living spaces beyond four walls. KonigOutdoor kitchens are equipped with state-of-the-art appliances, cozy seating, and sophisticated design elements create perfect settings for entertaining and relaxation. Bold splashes of colour and nature-inspired materials are set to trend through 2024 and beyond. 

Shape and form with luxury Italian furniture

 Luxury Italian Furniture: Timeless Elegance 

Italian furniture, renowned for its craftsmanship and timeless design, remains a symbol of sophistication. In 2024, the allure of luxury Italian furniture continues to captivate homeowners seeking elegance and quality. From iconic pieces to contemporary creations, these furnishings exude style and refinement, adding an unparalleled sense of luxury to interiors. Space Modern possesses a wealth of experience in luxury bespoke Italian furniture and sees a growing trend in the ANTIS range by Alf Da Fre which is used as a room divider and storage, as well as a wardrobe composition.  As we navigate the ever-evolving landscape of interior design, the trends of 2024 reflect a harmonious blend of innovation, sustainability, and a nod to craftsmanship. Whether it's embracing smart technology, celebrating traditional techniques, or integrating nature into our living spaces, these trends pave the way for creating homes that resonate with our lifestyle and values. The future of interior design is undoubtedly exciting, promising spaces that inspire, comfort, and delight. 

What trends are you most excited about for your own space in 2024?  Let us know today and book your Sky House visit. 01494 722 880 


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