9 Living Room Trends That Will Be Everywhere in 2024

Multipurpose Zones

Creating distinct areas within a living room enhances functionality. For instance, Kirsten Francis' design features a central seating area, a writing desk, and a game table. Using a mix of luxe fabrics and various textures

Hand-Painted Murals

Hand-painted murals are becoming a popular alternative to wallpaper and plaster finishes. Leah Alexander of Beauty is Abundant highlights their unique and personalized touch. In a chic living room

Earthy Tones

Transitioning from bright whites and grays to creams, browns, rusts, and muted greens can create a warm, inviting space. Alexis Pew of Kaminski + Pew recommends these natural, textural palettes

Impactful Details

Attention to detail can transform a living room. Noz Nozawa's design showcases intricate shapes and curves that highlight color, texture, and craftsmanship. Nozawa emphasizes that these traditional elements

Minimalist Floor Plans

2024 will see a shift towards strategic and clutter-free floor plans. Designer Hilary Matt advocates for intentional spacing and minimal furniture, focusing on essential pieces that enhance the room's functionality

Statement Lighting

Bold lighting choices are set to make a significant impact. According to Alexander, innovative blown glass techniques, jewel-like fixtures, and organic shapes will dominate. Designers like John Pomp and brands

Maximalist Momentum

Moving away from minimalist trends aimed at resale value, there's a growing demand for vibrant, textured, and layered designs. Tara McCauley notes an increased interest in creating joyful, personalized spaces

Moody Color Palettes

Dark colors can create an illusion of expansive space and add drama to a room. Designer Elissa Grayer suggests incorporating deep hues like plum, black, navy blue, burgundy, or gray to create a sexy, inviting atmosphere

English Countryside

The English countryside aesthetic, characterized by grandmillenial touches and thoughtful layering, is gaining popularity in the U.S. Designer Katie Rosenfeld's New England farmhouse living room achieves a cozy.