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Interior Design Trends: Colour in 2024



As we wrap up another incredible year of design at Layrd and eagerly anticipate a new period of innovation and growth, a wave of exciting colour trends is set to transform the interior design landscape. These calming hues inspire feelings of ease and positivity while infusing a sense of connection to the natural world.


Nude in Nizza - Tikkurila Colour Now 2024 x Marie Olsson Nylander

 

Nude tones are inherently calming and inviting. Their soft and subtle nature invites relaxation and a sense of restfulness, creating a comfortable and welcoming space. Nude in Nizza radiates comfort and kindness and is paired with a 14-colour collection of earthy neutrals, burgundies, blues and greens. Nude tones can be interchanged with these colours to create different atmospheres, from light and airy moods to sophisticated ambience.



Sweet Embrace - Dulux Colour of the Year 2024

 

Soothing tones are deeply embedded in the colour trends for 2024 as we require warm and uplifting spaces in our increasingly busy lives. The Dulux Colour of the Year, Sweet Embrace, is a soft blossom pink which evokes a sense of tranquillity, optimism, and practicality, pairing perfectly with other neutral, warm, and earthy tones.



Peach Fuzz - Pantone Colour of the Year 2024

 

Peach tones are poised to add a touch of warmth and vibrancy to commercial interiors. These cheerful shades, reminiscent of nature's sunrise, produce feelings of energy and creativity, making them particularly well-suited for collaborative workspaces and modern hospitality spaces. They are especially effective in drawing attention to focal points and creating a lively atmosphere.



Elevating Interiors with Muted Modernity and Timeless Elegance

 

Neutral colours are taking the spotlight in colour forecasting for 2024. They work well as a foundation for any design and provide a harmonious backdrop which blends seamlessly with various textures and materials. COAT Paints introduces a collection of muted tones for 2024 focused on subtlety, described as 'The Polite Palette'. It features nuanced whites and greyed-off shades that embody refined elegance. Farrow and Ball's in-house colour curator, Joa Studholme, has predicted that clay tones will be at the forefront of colour trends in 2024. These serene and earthy neutrals create spaces that are both calming and connected to the world around them.





Tips from Eleanor Penny, one of our Interior Designers:

 

  • These colours represent a shift toward an organic feel in design. I'd suggest pairing these tones with bolder, vibrant colours and embracing pattern.

  • The 2024 colour palette lends itself to featuring in natural design schemes, combining well with biophilic elements and texture. Incorporate materials like cork to achieve this.

  • Draw inspiration from the Mediterranean design principle of bringing people together. In workplace design, consider incorporating these colours in areas that foster collaboration and interaction. They would also be a great choice for creating inviting and warm atmospheres for hospitality spaces.

 

To Sum Up


The colour trends for 2024 offer a gentle and versatile palette for commercial interiors, encouraging creativity, connection, and a sense of well-being. By incorporating uplifting colours, you can create spaces that inspire and motivate your employees, customers, and users.

 

Get in Contact

 

Want to transform your space for 2024? Get in touch if you'd like to discuss modernising your commercial space. You can book a consultation by emailing, calling or using our form.

 

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