2024 Interior Design Trends

by Lauren Wicks

What we’re Loving for South Florida (and beyond) from High Point Spring Market

A visit to High Point Market always offers fresh perspectives on the future direction of the interiors world, no matter your aesthetic allegiances. While good design is all about forgoing the distraction of trend for the sake of achieving timeless, personal style, several themes emerged from the Spring market that will inspire you to create more depth and richness in your interiors for a more unique, livable, and inviting home that is the truest reflection of those who dwell inside. Below, our favorite takeaways from Spring 2024 High Point Market.

Embracing the Curve

Soft, organic silhouettes and details, from oblong velvet sofas to rounded storage pieces and scallop edges, offer a sense of warmth to any room, plus a punch of architectural interest. Leaning into statement-making curvy furniture can establish a more continental European vibe fit for a chic Parisian lounge while round, upholstered ottomans and scalloped details fit right in with an elevated “coastal grand millennial” look.

However, some of our favorite products from High Point’s Spring 2024 market, such as Piegatto’s stunning Martin bench, showcase how curvature can lend itself to a sleeker, more contemporary aesthetic as well. Crafted with laminated birch and spruce wood, this show-stopping piece of seating looks fit for a gallery in Chelsea while being perfectly suited to handle the bustle of residential living—pups, toddlers, and all. And if you’re looking to take curves out to the garden, Lunares Outdoors is crafting stunning (and sustainable) planters in elegant, rounded shapes for greater visual interest.

Piegatto’s Martin bench
Lunares Outdoors

Curated/One of a Kind/Exotic
Gone are the days of shopping a single showroom or two to outfit a room (much less, an entire home). Well-collected curations were everywhere at this year’s Spring market, offering inspiration to build up our own collections of one-of-a-kind objets d’art from around the world. As the luxury travel industry feels as robust as ever, picking up items on trips, grand or simple, will help you establish deeper roots and a stronger personality as your home is enveloped with memories from your favorite places.

Whether you prefer a more muted, neutral palette or are all-in on maximalist design, pieces like A. Sanoma’s bone horn boxes will bring texture to your coffee table while Saleenart’s striking Turkish ceramics are sure to add just the pop of pattern and color to your console table or built-ins that will make any vignette in your home sing. Marrakech Connection and Zellige Tile Studio are favorite sources for bringing in major design elements, such as rugs and kitchen backsplashes, that offer handmade quality with global flair.

Saleenart’s Turkish ceramics
Marrakech Connection and Zellige Tile Studio
A. Sanoma’s bone horn boxes

Going Geometric
While mid-century design doesn’t have quite as much of a stronghold as it did at the start of the decade, geometric-inspired furniture design is keeping the movement alive for the latter half in luxurious ways. Take Currey & Company’s Colette Bar Cabinet, for example. This classic mid-century pairing of brass and rich woods is amplified with mirrored discs for a pop of contemporary glamor. Kao Furniture channels the trend through a vastly different lens with its sophisticated Maria Cava sideboard that lends a more handcrafted, worldly look for the well-traveled home.

We’re also noticing table legs getting a bit more design attention, such as the aptly named “Ribs” Jaula Dining Table Base in Soberon Studio’s new Picacho collection. Fans of neutral or minimalist design schemes can lean into these stunning new pieces to offer warmth and depth without disrupting a room’s flow or making a space feel too busy.

Soberon Studio’s Jaula Dining Table Base
Kao Furniture’s Maria Cava sideboard
Currey & Company’s Colette Bar Cabinet

Sea-Inspired Silhouettes
The ocean has long-been a source of inspiration for artists of all kinds, and as blues and greens reign supreme in the design world today, sea-inspired shapes are now emerging to match. We’re swooning over the clever rattan and metal “Conch” hanging lamp by Luisa Robinson for Kenneth Cobonpue, as well as Glassimo’s exquisite custom NICO Buffet that is reminiscent of ocean waves, both of which bring contemporary and more architecturally driven perspectives compared to classic coastal design. This year’s Spring Market even found echoes of the trend in accent pieces, such as in Bahari’s elegant Dune Bowl, made of tamarind wood, that offers universal appeal to a variety of design sensibilities. And as Sherwin Williams and Valspar both selected soft blues for their 2024 Colors of the Year, we anticipate more art and furnishings in these traditional hues to pair with these unique, textural designs to round out the look.

“Conch” hanging lamp by Luisa Robinson for Kenneth Cobonpu
Glassimo’s custom NICO Buffet
Bahari’s Dune Bowl
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Jewel Tones Everywhere
Whether selected as the anchor piece of a more pared-down room or as a delightful foil to other vibrant elements in a color-filled space, we are crushing on jewel toned fabrics, accents, and wallcoverings used with more confidence from mossy greens and cobalt blues to fuschia and mustard. We’re loving the charm and depth of color of Eilersen’s Great Ash sofa in Bloom for those looking to make a vibrant design statement. The wallcovering of “Night by Vern Yip” in collaboration with Fabricut creates a sophisticated aesthetic, while the more buttoned-up look of Sarreid’s Gabriella nightstand in Marlin is a great way to add a splash of color for those looking to show a bit more restraint. However comfortable you are (or aren’t!) with bold colors, there are myriad ways to incorporate this trend on micro or macro levels with well-collected accents and throws to major furnishings and drapery fabrics.

“Night by Vern Yip” in collaboration with Fabricut
Eilersen’s Great Ash sofa in Bloom
Sarreid’s Gabriella nightstand in Marlin

Heavy (on the) Metal
Silver isn’t the only finish making a comeback this year. While antique brass has reigned supreme as of late (and will still continue to do so), other metals like industrial nickel and burnished brass are gaining traction as foils to more feminine selections — and are making an even bolder statement paired with black, as shown in Chelsea Home’s Greek Hall mirror. Of course, if you’re looking to take on the trend without too much drama, pairing black elements with antique gold and brass will still make a glamorous statement.

If you’re looking to go unabashedly feminine with the metallics, Modern Matter’s new Dogwood Collection features stunning floral-inspired hardware that look like pieces from your jewelry box. Or, you can take the look to the ceiling with Crystorama’s leafy Broche chandelier in Antique Gold for a touch of organic elegance.

Crystorama Broche Chandelier
Modern Matter’s new Dogwood Collection
Chelsea Home’s Greek Hall mirror
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