Interior design trends to look out for in 2021
Be the envy of all your zoom calls with the latest 2021 interior design trends
Here's what to look out for this year and our best advice on the best pieces to invest into your home and office this year.
This may be of no surprise. Due to the Coronavirus outbreak in 2020, the government guidance has meant that thousands of people have had to change up their normal working environment for the comfort of their home. 2021 sees an increase in smart and contemporary home office set ups. From beautifully designed ergonomic chairs to our more budget-friendly options, Offistock has all you need to set yourself up for success.
Being brave with colour
For the past few years, grey has dominated the neutral interiors palette. Warm colours, such as oranges, blues and greens are now seeing a return. Combining a navy wall with a bright orange not only makes a statement but gives the room a sense of cosines that interior designers are going crazy for. Check out some of our statement pieces here.
Ditching fast fashion
A push for more eco-friendly habits is changing the way we make choices. There’s a shift towards more conscious consumption as people re-evaluate their impact on the planet. In 2021, more people are investing their hard-earned money into long lasting quality pieces of furniture.
All of our furniture ranges are designed and manufactured to the highest specification and quality. If you are looking for an even more sturdy chair that is built to last, check out our heavy duty range.
Japandi and Bauhaus influence
Japandi style blurs Japanese minimalism with pared back Scandinavian look. Clean lines and minimal decoration are at the heart of this style. With searches for this look increasing dramatically over the past months, and the style is growing in popularity for its function and modern style.
After celebrating its centenary last year Bauhaus is a modern and minimal style with bold colour choices, lines and shapes to give a fun and contemporary feel to any home.
Please note: information is correct at the time of publication. If you have any queries or questions about protecting yourself against COVID 19 or safeguarding the future of your workplace, please get in touch with us.