2024 Home Interior Design Trends

The Home Interior Design Trends You Can Expect to See in 2024

2024 interior design will embrace luxury, relaxation and personalisation. In this blog, we’ll be delving into these themes and forecasting the future of home design. Read on as Laura Lambert, our luxury wood flooring specialist’s Ted Todd marketing brand manager explains the hottest interior design trends that you can expect to see in 2024.

The interior design trends for 2024 prioritise individualism and character, helping to build that cosy feel in a much-loved home. Wellbeing is at the forefront of these trends, each of which considers how our home can affect our moods. Below, we’ll be exploring colour drenching, dopamine décor and more.

Pantone Colour of the Year 2024

Peach Fuzz trends board featuring Lucia and Allexton
Allexton, Classic Tones collection and Lucia, Strada collection complement Peach Fuzz – Pantone Colour of the Year 2024.

Announced as the Pantone Color of the Year 2024, Peach Fuzz is a soft hue that gracefully blends orange and pink. Its subtle yet contemporary appeal makes it a perfect match with browns or greys, creating a comforting and spirited aesthetic. We eagerly anticipate the influence of Peach Fuzz on upcoming trends in the coming months.

Colour drenching

Sometimes bold and daring can be the best choice. Coined by leading paint experts as a trend to watch in 2023, colour drenching continues to be a contemporary way to incorporate colour which utilises one block colour across the entire room. The colour can be used on walls, ceilings, cupboards, and even furniture, to create a bold and coherent scheme. Whatever your colour choice, a versatile flooring solution like our Ryhill plank and herringbone can effortlessly match any scheme. Find out more: Ryhill

Ryhill Extra Wide Plank Cameo - blue wall, rung, lamp and seating with cushion
Ryhill Extra Wide Plank, Project Collection, shown with Benjamin Moore’s Blue Nova colour of the year.

Blonde Wood Flooring

Gracefully open up your interior in 2024 with blonde wood flooring. This home design trend is an innovative way to make your home feel more calm, airy and light. The term ‘blonde’ refers to light and pale tones of wood. This flooring is known to make a space bright, welcoming and atmospheric. Linton and Haling from our Project Collection are an ideal blonde wood flooring choice, available in wide plank to make your space feel even larger. Browse our selections today.

Inner Sanctuary

2024 is the time to find your inner sanctuary. This trend is all about making your home a place of calm and tranquillity, where you can reset, relax and be at peace. You could reserve a room in your house for reading or meditating, or transform the entirety of your home to create a serene oasis. Decorate your environment with natural materials, soft furnishings and rich fabrics to encompass this trend.

Comforting Textures

How your home feels is just as important as how it looks. This 2024 interior design trend uses tactile fabrics and materials to transform a space into a cosy haven. Boucle furniture, woolen rugs and patterned flooring are the beating heart of the textures trend, creating a sense of depth. Many of our fine wood floors are available in herringbone patterns, with the zig-zag pattern seamlessly adding symmetry and balance to your home. Find out more: Herringbone Wood Flooring

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Dunham Herringbone, Crafted Textures Collection.

Dopamine Décor

Did you know that interior design trends can harness happiness? Dopamine décor is concerned with furnishing your home in a way that lifts your mood and fills you with joy. The trend aims to make your home a place to release feel-good hormones, incorporating decorations that have a personal significance to you. This could include anything and everything you are drawn to, like bright colours, individual artwork or comforting soft furnishings.

What are the colour trends for 2024 interiors?

Each year, brands’ interior design experts release their ‘colours of the year’ and 2024 is no different. Read on to uncover the colour trends from Dulux, Benjamin Moore and Graham and Brown.

Soft Pink

Soft pink is the epitome of subtlety, bringing neutral tones to the home to blend with any surrounding. The trend stems from Dulux’s 2024 colour of the year, ‘Sweet Embrace’, described by the brand’s creative director Marianne Shillingford as “very soft lavender, a cooler grey hint to it very much like porcelain”. This colour effortlessly combines with the inner sanctuary trend to create a safe, calming atmosphere.

Brindle Sweet embrace Grid
Brindle Narrow Herringbone, Project Collection


This modern and traditional colour pulls stability and peace into the home. It is therefore little surprise that Benjamin Moore announced this as their colour of the year for 2024. Andrea Magno, colour marketing and development director at Benjamin Moore commented that ‘Blue Nova’ is “an alluring mid-tone that balances depth and intrigue with classic appeal and reassurance”. This colour is perfect for the colour drenching trend, making a strong and bold impact.


Introduce harmony into your home with a colour that represents growth, balance and tranquility. In the words of C2 head of design, Maryanne Cartwright, Graham and Brown’s colour of the year, ‘Viridis’ “reflects harmony and stability”. Green is also prominent in Dutch Boy Paints’ colour of the year, ‘Ironside’. Ashley Banbury, colour marketing manager and interior designer stated that, “Our main driving influence for our colour of the year is creating a space for wellness”. There are clear links here to the home wellbeing theme of 2024.

Your Inner Santuary

Will you be bringing any of these interior design trends for 2024 into your home? No matter which style you select, our luxury wood floors can beautifully compliment your living space. Using the highest quality environmentally friendly timber, we create award-winning natural floors to transform your home. Browse our collections today: Collections