4 trending interior design looks in 2021

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no matter if you’re a new homeowner or an existing one, this article will walk you through some trending interior design ideas in 2021 to keep an eye out for.

2020 has been a long year for all of us, don’t you wish you could spice things up in your daily life? A change of scenery could improve your mindset going into 2021 where things might just start to perk up a little! So, no matter if you’re a new homeowner or an existing one, this article will walk you through some trending interior design ideas in 2021 to keep an eye out for.

1. Smell of the ocean

If you have been following the latest iphone release, the new color of the year is pacific blue, a darker shade of navy that brings out the ‘class’. Same goes for interior design, as blues are in fact a key color trend for 2021. From deep inky tones to soft teal, the color blue creates a tranquil setting for you right inside your home. If you’re looking to create an accent wall, try out a deep navy paired with neutrals for other adjacent walls, we think it’ll really pop.

On the other hand, if you are not a fan of deep colors, go for ocean blue, aqua or teal. It’ll seem like you’re in Hawaii, lying on the sand with the cool wind in your face, every time you open your home doors!

2. Light, not dark woods

The natural look brings us to the ever popular Scandinavian home theme, especially with light woods this year. Lighter-toned woods are starting to rise up against medium and darker shades in current years, seeing that it’s much easier to create a modern and airy home, not only in flooring now, but also in walls, windows and ceilings. So if you are a fan of Scandinavian and Japanese decor, not to worry, it’ll still be trendy in 2021.

3. Embrace nature

Well, we believe introducing nature into your home will bring some contrast into a modern looking home. Natural elements in natural hues can help create a sophisticated and minimalist home. Although most people go for smart systems and automation these days, nature will still remain a pivotal part of our homes.

For example, try using more wood, stone, textiles and fabrics in your interior design and furniture selection! Or if you’re feeling more adventurous, opt for decorative pieces crafted from seashells, clay, rantan, cane, wood or stone. A coffee table made out of natural stone or curtains made from seashells will certainly bring some uniqueness into your living room!

4. Go green

Indoor plants may not have been much of a trend in the 1990s, but they’re certainly starting to increase in popularity today! We’re not talking about the artificial plants, but real living plants – they add that vibrancy and color into your home that you just can’t get from plastic plants. If you’re not into retro style hanging creepers, use colorful blooms or cactuses instead. Not only are they easy to care for, they also keep your air fresh and pollutant-free!

Of course, we understand that interior design can be costly and you may not have the hard cash for it now. However, we believe all of us should have the right to design our dream home and not fuss about the cash! With Soon Seng, we provide loans up to six times your monthly income and repayment up to 12 months! Plus, you’re getting the fastest and simplest loan application with approval in less than 30mins, subjected to conditions.

Enquire online for a rough quote or contact us at +65 6292 5693 for more information about our rates and procedures!

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