3 Trends In 2021 From Home and Design Trends Experts

Dated: December 28 2020

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Homeowners want amenities for work and leisure, and they plan to enjoy long them long after the pandemic.

Here are 3 trends to watch in 2021:

“Prep and show kitchen" 

There is a downside to not having walls in the kitchen. Clutter, messiness, and dirty dishes aren’t as easy to hide. Leave it to the trendsetters to develop a solution: two kitchens in one. Mick De Giulio of de Giulio Kitchen Design in Chicago calls it a “layered kitchen” with separate work and living zones. Cheryl Kees Clendenon of In Detail Interiors in Pensacola, Fla., refers to it as a “prep and show kitchen.” Granted, extra space and renovation funds are needed to complete the concept.

"Warmer, cleaner, brighter palettes"

National Director of Design Studios for Atlanta-based homebuilder Ashton Woods, also suggests a variety of whites to create warmth, like Sherwin-Williams’ “Shoji White” layered with natural wood finishes, neutrals with soft green or blush undertone like “Sea Salt” or “Breathless,” and neutrals that soothe senses such as “Unfussy Beige.”

"Multifamily amenities"

Recording studios.There’s rising demand for studios that supports residents’ musical pursuits, podcasts, and videoconferencing.

Bicyclists’ havens. Whether it's bike lockers or a bike-share program, multifamily experts expect this trend to accelerate due to the pandemic and communities reducing on-site parking. For example, Culdesac Tempe, the first car-free neighborhood in the U.S., is being built on 17 acres in Tempe, Ariz. It focuses on supporting bicycle and scooter transportation.

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