2024 home design trends in the Valley | Community Voices

From an awkward nook to a guest bathroom, there are spaces in a home that are often overlooked and need a little extra love. Whether your budget can cover major renovations or simple home décor updates, here are some recent trends that will give your space new life.

Cabinets carry the essence of a home. 

Cabinets adorn many rooms in homes, including the kitchen, bathrooms, studies and bedrooms. Therefore, making a change to your cabinets can make a huge impact on the overall feel of the home. 

By using a basic white coloring, it gives the rest of your standout décor the opportunity to shine, such as high-style marble slabs and statement window treatments. Additionally, when you’re working with a smaller space, white cabinets can make the space feel bigger and brighter.

Depending on your budget and artistic abilities, you can replace your cabinets or paint them. If you take the painting route, consult an expert and purchase high-quality paint from your local home improvement retailer.

Another way you can achieve a new look with your cabinets is by using the stacked cabinet effect. This is achieved by adding shorter cabinets above the taller cabinets. Not only is this an effective storage solution for a smaller space but it’s also a great way to add an extra element into your kitchen space without buying new cabinet sets. 

Mixed metals and quiet luxury.

The quiet luxury aesthetic has taken over with its subtle sophistication and understated elegance. This style includes subtle colors, a focus on craftsmanship and quality. The aesthetic gives a luxurious look using classic styles and pieces. Quiet luxury can be minimalistic with rich colors and metals pulling the focus.

Mixing metals is a 2024 trend that will help you achieve this look with tones of brass, copper and silver. This can be intimidating but it adds more depth into a space rather than the classic builder-grade look of matching metals.

For those who are maximalists, the quiet luxury aesthetic can be achieved with personality-packed rugs. Rugs can add texture and color to a room serving as an easy fix to a dull room.

Cool and warm tones take over.

Mixing cool and warm tones is another way to add depth into a room while experimenting with different shades. From province blue to aqua blue, cool tone colors give a space a modern and clean look promoting a sense of relaxation and calmness. Whereas warm tones, like yellow, red and some neutrals such as white and gray, give energy to a room with an underlying coziness. Strategically mixing these tones can balance the room to create a custom feeling.

Using these tips can transform your space without the need for a large budget. From mixing tones to mixing metals, there are always ways to spice up your home with simple changes. Implementing these trends is sure to brighten up your space.

Kaylee Smith is vice president of sales and marketing at KLMR Homes in the Valley. For more information, visit klmrhomes.com.


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