It’s been a long year looking at the same four walls, so it’s no surprise Floridians are anxious to freshen up their living space. A change to an existing space infuses some new life into your home, which is a breath of fresh air as we enter a post-pandemic world.
Magnet Remodeling provides complete home remodeling solutions for the Central Florida community. We stay up on the latest trends, and our expert team can help you design the space of your dreams.
Home Design Trends for 2021
The following home design trends will give your living space the boost it needs in 2021 and beyond.
Shades of Blue
Blue paint is hot right now. When you paint your walls a soothing color like blue, your room transforms into a place for relaxation. Classic blue was named 2020’s Pantone color of the year, and interior designer Vikki Long says blues are here to stay well into 2021. For some balance, Long recommends using splashes of bright colors, such as yellows or gold tones.
Out of all of the different segments in the floor covering industry today, vinyl flooring is proving to be the most popular. Vinyl flooring has become shockingly realistic, with tiles and planks mimicking natural looks, such as wood and stone. They are also creating unique, decorative looks currently unavailable in any other style of flooring. The Magnet Group specializes in both vinyl flooring installation and removal. Call us today to schedule a free consultation!
Engineered Hardwoods Flooring
Engineered hardwood floors are beautiful and durable. They are constructed with multi-layers of wood; each layer is positioned in a different direction. This construction prevents the engineered hardwood from warping and bowing the way a hardwood floor might in moist areas.
In a world where rooms are used for multiple functions, flooring needs to hold up to whatever life throws at it. Many finishes, colors, and materials are available, and engineered hardwoods are here to stay.
Hot Water Taps
Installing hot water taps in kitchens is a hot trend in 2021! Sales of our steaming hot water taps increased 13 percent in 2020. Perhaps this is due to many people working from home and therefore wanting hot water on demand for making tea and coffee in between Zoom calls etc. Also, a hot water tap will save you money on your electricity costs.
Dark Kitchen Surfaces
People are opting for shades such as black and dark grey on surfaces such as worktops, floors, and backsplashes. These dark surfaces make a room feel very inviting and make a room feel very inviting, particularly when combined with textured woods to add a rustic, homely charm. Dark surfaces can also look sleek for modern designs.
No more matchy-matchy kitchens in 2021. The trend for combining two colors throughout kitchen cabinetry is soaring. This is a great way to add an exciting twist to your aesthetic and change the room’s whole feel. People opt for deep, dark units and contrast with brighter shades elsewhere to add depth and character to their space.
Small Soaking Tubs
Homeowners value rest and relaxation in a post-Covid world, making smaller soaking tubs a top bathroom feature in 2021. Freestanding, flat-bottom tubs will be more popular than clawfoot models or more decorative bases in the years ahead. A smaller-size bath doesn’t require as much time to fill or need as much water, which is an attractive feature to many homeowners.