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Home Remodeling Trends We Expect in 2024

Living room example of home remodeling trends like biophilic design that brings natural elements into home

As we head into the New Year, let’s continue our predictions on what home remodeling trends we expect to see in 2024. We’ve already taken a look at some of the colors, materials, and new features we think will be popular in the bathroom and the kitchen, so today, let’s cover the rest of the home.

Earth Inspired Spaces

Serene spaces inspired by nature will continue to be popular in 2024. What some call the biophilic design trend has been growing in popularity since 2020 and is not backing down anytime soon. Earthy tones and materials make a room feel cozy, warm, and welcoming and can even boost your mood.

To get in on this trend, you’ll want to include Earth-inspired colors like ocean blue, sage green, and warm, golden yellows. When these colors are paired with materials like travertine and warm woods, you’ll have a cohesive space that feels inviting. Lastly, dress up the space with some live plants to really bring the outdoors in.

Woman regulating heating temperature with a modern wireless thermostat installed on the white wall at home.

More Focus on Smart Technology

Homeowners are upgrading more than just the aesthetics of a home, they’re also upgrading the functionality. In today’s busy world, finding smart technology to automate everyday tasks is a must. The good news is that we’ve reached a point where there’s a smart version of just about every system your home has.

If you aren’t sure where to begin, you could start by getting a smart thermostat, which allows you to control your home’s temperature through an app on your phone. That means you can turn up the heat on your drive home from work instead of leaving it running all day long. You could also get smart appliances, which will make cooking and cleaning up so much easier.

Give Your Home Some Personality

Giving your home more personality is in for 2024. Instead of choosing home remodeling trends to look like everyone else’s, designing spaces that are unique and reflective of your own style is the way to go. One way to do this is to find one-of-a-kind items to include in your home remodel.

Including items like hand-painted tiles, a custom-made wood countertop, or a one-of-a-kind antique chandelier will curate a space that no one else has. These pieces can be the focal point of the space or a starting point for designing the rest of the space.

Get Flexible

We are starting to see more homeowners who want a multi-use space in their home or a flex space. This is an area that can be used for multiple purposes, depending on the needs of your family. Creating a flex space requires a lot of planning to ensure it is functional while still looking appealing.

Some examples of a functional flex space could be a home office/guest room combo. For this space, you could install a Murphy bed that can be out of site when you’re working. You could also do something more simple like a breakfast nook/homework station. For this area, you could install benches with storage consoles to keep computers, books, and paper that can be easily accessible when the kids need to sit down and do some work.

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