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Ask any fashion girl with a stylish home she loves to shop for decor and there's a very good chance one of the places she lists is CB2. It's a one-stop shop for well-made modern pieces that are trendy without trying too hard. For one, I used a lot of CB2 parts in setting up my home and I am very happy with all of them. I consider them a trustworthy source for trend forecasting, so the 2021 trend report that has just been published was of great interest to me.
Sure enough, the report touched on some trends that were bubbling and will not gain popularity until this year. There are also some new trends coming from the pandemic and our months indoors. All in all, it's very interesting and I look forward to seeing these trends on my feed soon.
Keep scrolling to read (and shop) all about the 8 trends CB2 says will be everywhere this year.
According to CB2, 62% of interior designers plan to include bold pieces in their designs this year. Keep an eye out for oversized decorations and sculptural pieces.
The CB2 trend report says, "Accent chairs are going to be huge this year." They recommend multiple seat vignettes for changing things up while working or relaxing from home.
According to interior designers surveyed CB2, uplifting mineral-inspired colors will be everywhere this year. When you have neutral fatigue, now is the time to change things.
Natural materials like stone and cast metal will be ubiquitous this year as the organic look becomes increasingly popular. Carrara marble is still very heavily present, but also think of concrete, terracotta, and especially black travertine (per CB2).
Velvet is a fashion trend that returns every couple of years, so it's no surprise that the same goes for home decor. The cozy trend is exactly what we need in these strange and uncertain times. Andrea Erman, senior product developer at CB2, says: "In 2021 everything will revolve around the luxury of quality of life."
CB2 suggests that we will see many permanent outdoor solutions in 2021 as people make vitamin D (and wellness in general) a priority.
If you don't have a full space to convert into an office, CB2 recommends a sleek console table that can be used as a desk but can also be easily embedded if needed.
Mixing patterns, periods, and genres to find your own personal style at home is the name of the game this year. Think wallpaper, quirky mirrors, and "extra" curtains.
Next, three home decor trends inspired by the 2021 fashion trends.