December 14, 2023

4 Interior Design Trends Coming into Full Force in 2024

It’s hard to grasp that 2024 is just around the corner, bringing along new trends and new resolutions. If your New Year resolutions include a home renovation or redecoration, read on to get some inspiration from the upcoming 2024 design trends:

Customised Secondary Spaces

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Homeowners are increasingly embracing the concept of secondary spaces customised to their needs. This is a service that we always offered here at Bespoke Interiors, but we have seen these versatile areas slowly becoming more and more popular.

We can customise your secondary space to be a pantry, a wet bar, or a closed-off space with additional refrigeration, wine storage or a built-in coffee machine.

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Utility rooms are your experimentation room

Slowly becoming the room for experimentation, the utility room can be whatever you want it to be. A utility room can be ideal for stashing extra kitchen equipment, or it can be your washing machine and tumble dryer room. In 2024, it will become the one room in your house where you can do whatever funky design your heart desires.

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We often see celebrities on Architectural Digest using obscure wallpapers and designs for their powder rooms, so why not think of your utility room as your canvas to try out unconventional décor and designs?

Bold Colours

We’ve been seeing the return of colour the last few years, but in 2024 we will finally see the revival of bold and confident colours like deep red, earthy browns and burgundy. Painting and decorating your home next year promises to be a thrilling and vibrant experience.

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The one-wall kitchen

We will be seeing a lot of the one-wall kitchen trend in 2024 – not only it’s ideal for small kitchens but also perfect for those of us who love organising. The one-wall kitchen concept can seem scary to a lot of people but for smaller spaces, the one-wall kitchen is a testament to ingenuity.

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This design includes functional and smart storage that doesn’t overcrowd your room and instead stays focused on just one wall. With no handle cabinets, tall units from top to bottom and a few open shelves for a visual break, the one-wall kitchen looks minimalistic while providing a spacious amount of practical storage.


Our passion is designing and creating bespoke kitchens, bedrooms, studies, and media units that will fit your home like a glove. Get in touch with your ideas and enquiries and our team will be more than happy to help!

Visit our Newcastle showroom and be inspired for a New Year renovation!

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