4 Design Trends You'll See in 2024

As the new year unfolds, we're mapping out the interior design trends we expect to see not only in the coming months, but for years to come. To help you keep your space feeling both fresh and timeless, we polled our team of designers to come up with a list of the top design trends—that all have staying power—you can expect to see on the rise in 2024. 

Biophilic Design

Integrating natural elements to bring the outdoors in.

Biophilic Design is a philosophy that emphasizes incorporating nature-inspired elements to enhance well-being and connect us with the environment. Our designers envision this trend materializing through a surge in living walls, planted tables + mossy decor, as well as other thoughtful decor, such as potted plantscapes, that blend the beauty of nature with contemporary design.

Color Drenching

Walls, ceilings, doors + trim are all painted one color for an immersive experience.

This monochromatic technique involves immersing an entire room in a single hue, covering walls, ceilings + even fixtures. Color Drenching, or "Mono Rooms" reduce visual noise and create a sense of spaciousness, making even small spaces appear more significant. To execute color drenching effectively, consider experimenting with different paint finishes, incorporating both gloss and matte across various textures like wood or plaster for added visual interest.

Not ready to break out the paint bucket? We've embraced this bold approach beyond paint colors with monochromatic decor, including our signature Tone-on-Tone Arrangements.

Bookshelf Wealth

Using shelves to display not only books, but art + curated collectibles.

"Bookshelf Wealth" is a newly-coined trend that's been actually been around for years. It involves blending an eclectic mix of books and artwork to create a cozy and lived-in atmosphere, as well as showing off objects that communicate something that goes much deeper than aesthetics. 

We've long-loved what we call a "Curio Corner" moment at Rolling Greens, as seen in our Studio City store above. If you have the space, consider curating a gallery-like display of your favorite books, artworks + treasures you've collected to help tell a story that's also visually compelling.

Time-Worn Beauty

Vintage pieces with interesting backstories + imperfections that tell a story. 

Antiques, vintage + bespoke items have never gone out of style. But for this design trend, it's about a shift away from people wanting the decor that everyone else has towards one-of-a-kind items you won't find anywhere else. In 2024, expect people to be on the hunt for more vintage pieces to adorn their homes and living spaces.

Shop vintage at any Rolling Greens location in Los Angeles.



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