2020 was a defining year in some ways including the collective relationship we all share with our luxury flats in Chennai. The sudden lockdowns left us scrambling to make home offices, Study-From-Home spaces, and gyms, redefining the functionality of our homes significantly.
Whether you’re moving to a new home, renovating your old one, or planning DIY interiors, it’s important to settle on an aesthetic that’s as up-to-the-minute as possible to help boost your home’s resale value.
While overall, interior design has gotten more flexible in recent years, here we bring you the house trends that experts predict are going to be in demand in 2021.
Rustic Vogue – A Sophisticated take on cottage core
This look can be a crowd-pleaser, appealing to anyone who loves their modern home comforts but wants to inject some character details into their living spaces, too. It works ideally in homes that have already got some interesting features, like exposed beams, original floorboards or panelled walls, but can equally be re-created.
For the primary time in 22 years, Pantone has named not one but two colours for a year. For the uninitiated, Pantone releases a colour per annum that is supposed to dominate fields like fashion and home interiors. Last year, as an example, the colour was classic blue. For 2021, it is a mix of Ultimate Gray, a deep and brooding grey that stands for endurance and maturity alongside Illuminating, which is a sunny yellow hue that stands for hope. The two colours are supposed to form a complementary pair for luxury flats in Chennai.
Just like fast fashion, the demand for cheap furniture and accessories that aren’t made well enough to use for the long-term is on the decline. With the lockdowns, our homes now see daily multi-functional use, and other people are customizing them to make flexible and adaptive living spaces such as luxury flats in Chennai.
This winter provides the perfect excuse to get cosy, and a great way of doing this is by incorporating warm colours into luxury flats in Chennai. However, warm colours can feel welcoming in sunnier months too, and that we will see tons of burnt oranges and peacock blues incorporated into people’s décor going forwards.
These are great colours that work well with darker colours like grey and navy, but also add depth to space. These colours also are great for this time of year and add a playful element of colour that’s very needed during the colder winter months.
Curves are back! While the last decade was all about furniture that adheres to scrub straight lines, curves are making a comeback! 2021 will see the return of furniture with rounded silhouettes and shapely legs in flats in Valasaravakkam.
The grand millennial style
More importantly, who is a grand millennial? To put it quite simply, a grand millennial is a millennial who is just too tired of the planning monotony (both at home and in fashion) that we see on our Instagram feeds from our flats in Adyar. They are a replacement breed of traditionalists among the millennial age group who wish to ‘collect’ things from the past and ‘layer’ their home with these collections to express themselves. Thus, a grand millennial home would come with many seemingly-archaic elements that are part of their personal ‘collection’.