Interior Design Trends for Spring 2024

Nicely decorated living room with sofa and coffee table

Home decor can be overwhelming – Do you go neutral or pop the colour? Silver or Gold accents? Vintage or modern?

Here’s some seasonal inspirations to elevate your space. 

Spring has sprung – be playful with colours and textures to create a beautiful, personal, on-trend home.

New Neutrals – Earth Tones

Elevate your neutral tones by adding earthy greens to a space. Natural hues bring a relaxing tranquillity to your home. Green, with its connection to nature and life, is often seen as having a calming and soothing effect. Sage green is set to be a standout – a great starting point to gently add colour and make small spaces appear larger.

Try placing smaller items such as lamps, indoor plants and cushions to create a restorative sanctuary from the outside world.


Usually seen around decorative cushions and bedding to create a luxurious feel to a bedroom. Choose ruffled linen with Spring colours and abstract patterns to bring a more fun and whimsical feel to your home.

Spa Luxe

Self-care and staying at home are officially ‘in’. Create an indulgent experience in your home with a spa-inspired bathroom design. If you’re lucky enough to be planning a bathroom refurb, consider adding materials such as stone, marble or quartz to replicate a serene escape. Bring a touch of nature with a rainfall shower head, indoor air-cleansing plants or wooden accessories.

Soothing candles and aromatic diffusers are simple and cost effective editions to bring serenity into a space – opt for calming scents like lavender, eucalyptus or ylang-ylang. Fluffy bath towels and robes, and mood lighting further add to the relaxing vibe.

Retro and Vintage

Dive back to the 70’s with stylish vengeance. Opt for statement era pieces – dark woods, faux fur rugs, low lying furniture and lacquered surfaces – and bring them to life with Spring colours to create a funky and unique space. Get the best of both worlds by meeting modern trends with vintage opulence.

If you’re unsure where to start, introduce smaller accessories – velvet cushions, rattan dining chairs or a retro drinks trolley.

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