The Latest Decor Trends You'll See Everywhere In 2024
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27 March 2024

The Latest Decor Trends You'll See Everywhere In 2024

The Latest Decor Trends You'll See Everywhere In 2024

The world of interior design in 2024 continues to evolve, offering fresh inspiration and innovative ideas to transform any decor project. This year, interior design is marked by a blend of timeless elegance, creating spaces that harmonise comfort, functionality and style.

In this article, we delve into 7 captivating latest decor trends that are set to dominate home landscapes in 2024 and completely change design thinking. Laskasas continues to lead the way in interior design, offering solutions that are both visionary and affordable. In 2024, let yourself be inspired by these 7 trends with Laskasas and transform your clients’ home options into a reflection of their unique style and personality.

Whether you are an interior designer, architect or an enthusiast, these are the latest decor trends that you are expected to encounter.

Peach Fuzz

Peach fuzz was nominated “The Color of the Year”by Pantone. This shade represents warmth, tranquillity, and hope which evokes comfort and nostalgia as well as a timeless elegance to interior designs. It’s like a velvety, gentle peach hue between pink and orange.

The selection of this colour offers a great opportunity for an interior designer to captivate the public and add a new style to their projects. Pantone recommends using this hue, for example, on a wall or surface to create a welcoming atmosphere. This trend can be seen in different places of the house, with living or dining room furniture choice such as sofas, chairs, pillows, rugs or drapes.

Experience the feeling of premium design and comfort in Laskasas products in 'peach fuzz' and transform your clients’ home project into a sanctuary of elegance and serenity.

Living Room Decoration with beige sofa and beige armchair corporating peach fuzz pillows.

Living room decor with the Charlie Sofa and Keros Armchair

Biophilic Design 

Biophilic design stands as a timeless and impactful trend reflecting a growing desire to reconnect with nature with a seamless fusion of nature and design, promising to inspire and transform spaces profoundly.

Designers blur the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces, allowing to dive into the counterbalance of beauty and nature without sacrificing indoor comfort, fostering a sense of well-being, tranquillity, and connection. The aim is to forge a profound bond to evoke nature's restorative qualities, from living walls and indoor gardens to strategically placed windows that maximise views of the outdoor revolution and enrich these spaces.

Living room with Grey Sofa and Pouf with a touch of nature and small flower pots.

Living room from House nº6 lookbook

The symbiotic relationship between nature and interior design has taken centre stage in the evolving architectural design landscape as biophilic design continue to shape how we inhabit and interact with our surroundings. Laskasas' lookbooks illustrate this seamlessly.

Natural Lighting 

A great sunny ambiance is the ultimate design accessory this year. Natural lighting is the cornerstone of any thoughtful interior designer, infusing spaces with vitality, warmth, and connection to the outdoor revolution. The light can convert a messy area into a place of elegance and tranquillity, which is something curious about this trend.  

Some benefits of natural lighting are that it reduces the need for artificial lighting and lowers energy costs and environmental impact. It's possible to maximise natural lighting with a light colour scheme and reflective surfaces, like mirrors and shimmery seats.

Living room with ample space and big windows for natural lighting.

Living space project with Alvar Bar Cabinet and a natural lighting atmosphere

Natural lighting creates a unique synergy, transforming common spaces into scenes of beauty and serenity, where the magic of sunlight illuminates every moment.

In essence, natural lighting is not just a design feature but a fundamental element that changes the experience of a space. It imbues interiors with a sense of harmony and balance, elevating the quality of life for those inhabiting them. Laskasas’ Collections demonstrate how this can be achieved in any room through their projects.


Warm Minimalism, Serenity, Japandi Style and Wabi-Sabi 

In interior design, there has been a resurgence of interest in Japanese design concepts and a growing appreciation for design philosophies prioritising simplicity and authenticity. Warm minimalism, serenity, japandi style, and wabi-sabi are four of such concepts that embody the desire for balance in your clients’ living spaces, all of which Laskasas’ client projects already integrate seamlessly.

Home office with brown desk and a leather chair above a big rug.

Home office of House nº1 with Laskasas’ pieces

  • Wabi-Sabi 

This design style celebrates the inherent imperfections and impermanence, encouraging to appreciate life's natural cycle and reminding that true beauty lies in the unique character of handmade pieces. Wabi-sabi translates into uncluttered, which is reflected in discrete spaces, filled with natural materials, that exude a sense of serenity and simplicity.

  • Japandi Style 

Japandi style, the perfect harmonious blend of minimalism and warmth, has captured the hearts of every interior designer and design enthusiasts worldwide. Japandi interiors feature clean lines, natural materials, and a neutral colour palette, prioritising craftsmanship, texture, and balance, resulting in a simple and inviting environment. Its furniture choice offers functionality while also being beautifully crafted, where every piece has a purpose and a timeless meaning that resonates with modern sensibilities.

  • Warm Minimalism 

Warm minimalism, a contemporary consequence in design, takes the essence of minimalism —clean lines, open spaces, and simplicity—and infuses it with warmth, texture, and cosiness. Warm minimalism designs provide modern spaces, inviting occupants to relax, unwind, and reconnect with the natural world. This interior is defined by its muted colours, soft fabrics, and natural forms with streamlined pieces but still comfortable to embrace a sense of balance and harmony without sacrificing minimalist elegance or personality.

  • Serenity 

In today's fast-paced world, serenity in our living spaces is more critical than ever. The idea is to ensure a sense of tranquillity that comes from being in harmony with the surroundings. By embracing these design principles, interior designers are able to creat a sanctuary away from the distractions of modern life, a place where anyone can relax, recharge, and reconnect with themselves.

Quiet Luxury 


Another one of the latest decor trends in the incredible interior design world is quiet luxury. This aesthetic is here to stay. The idea behind this trend involves the creation of a space that combines elegance and modernity with timeless designs. Quiet luxury is about harmonious and serene divisions of a house. Some essential things that can be done to make a good place representative of quiet luxury in a decor project are:

  • The minimalism, clean lines, curated pieces, and natural materials;
  • Soft, neutral tones to invite a sense of serenity and calm into the room;
  • Sleek marble accents;
  • Difused illumination;
  • Elegant features.


Marble dining table alongside Laskasas Catalogue and beige chairs.

The presence of quiet luxury at Kelly Dining Table and Amour Chair

In a world where excess is often confused with luxury, Laskasas has redefined the concept, proving that the true essence of luxury lies in simplicity, quality and timeless beauty.


Curved Furniture 

There's a growing appreciation for a furniture choice that is not only visually appealing but also adds a sense of warmth and relaxation to any space. Characterised by rounded corners, soft edges and arched shapes, curved furniture, while not entirely new, is gaining momentum as more people recognise its ability to redefine a living space and promise to be a staple in interior design for years to come.

White curved sofa with two pillows next to a side table.

Detail of Laskasas’ curved Wellington Sofa in House nº4

Unlike angular pieces, curved furniture offers a sense of fluidity and ease, making it ideal for creating inviting interiors and providing the eye with a natural place to rest. The Wellington Sofa, as shown in the image, is the perfect example of an ideal blend of curved furniture in living spaces.

Curved interiors also incorporate mental and physical health benefits since curved lines' softness and organic appearance can help reduce stress and anxiety, promoting relaxation and calmness. 

Designers can uniquely soften rooms with curves that evoke the natural flow and movement of the outdoor revolution, with inviting shapes and soothing aesthetics to add a touch of elegance and sophistication.



Natural Forms and Functional Pieces 

Other timeless trends that are emerging in the ever-changing interior design landscape are natural forms and functional pieces.

The appeal of natural forms - curves, waves, and asymmetrical forms - lies in their ability to exude tranquillity and bring a touch of natural fluidity and harmony into a home. Incorporating natural forms into your clients’ homes can be as simple as adding statement pieces, like rounded sofas or sculptural lamps, and smaller seats crafted from natural materials. Whether blending seamlessly with minimalist decor or adding whimsy to eclectic spaces, natural forms offer endless possibilities.

On the other hand, functional pieces serve their practical purposes and contribute to a room's overall aesthetic appeal.

Laskasas redefines the concept of contemporary design, offering solutions that elevate both practical and aesthetic aspects. Let yourself be enveloped by the beauty and practicality of functional pieces with natural forms from Laskasas' collection, and transform your client's space into an oasis of style and comfort.

Hall with a marble console table, round table lamp, big mirror and a grey pouf.

Example of natural forms and functional pieces with Laskasas’ Marcel Table Lamp and Rod Mirror


Flávia Almeida e Maria Inês Soares

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