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Making space for change

Words by Bridget Barnett

With our homes feeling more lived-in and familiar than ever, an interior update is one way to light a fire of creativity-charged embers under your feet for 2021. Whether it be here-and-there tweaks or a head-to-toe revamp, here are three design trends worth tuning into.


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Organic or natural forms and fabrics reigned supreme in 2020, a trend that’s expected to continue well into 2021. This includes an emphasis on materials; rattan and seagrass fabrics, oak and teak woods, crystal and marble stones, as well as shapes – fluid, curved, imperfect. We’re feeling particularly inspired by the sculptural lines of abstract vases, paired with or without fresh foliage.


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Technology use and consumption has reached an all-time high, and as a result, state-of-the-art devices are outperforming themselves at lightning speed. From TVs with rotating screens and cinema-quality viewing on tablets to AirDressers that rid clothes almost entirely of coronavirus particles, innovation has also become more accessible. Somewhere, Tony Stark is beaming.


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From cherry red to electric blue, the transformative power of vibrant, joyful hues come to the fore in 2021. Many of these colours display themselves through patterns – geometrics, florals and heart-shaped motifs, to name a few. When it comes to styling, expect a technicolour mashup of rainbow tumblers, striped tablecloths and plates peppered with prints.

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