The trend of having one bold, contrasting wall in a room was becoming less popular. Instead, designers were focusing on more cohesive color palettes and textures throughout the entire space.
While minimalism is a timeless concept, an excessively stark and cold minimalist approach was starting to give way to warmer, cozier designs with more personality.
A complete bedroom suite with matching furnishings was losing popularity. Mixing and matching furnishings for a personal touch was popular.
The all-white or monochromatic color scheme was losing favor, and people were incorporating more varied color palettes and bolder accents for a livelier atmosphere.
Thick, heavy curtains were being replaced by lighter, sheer options that allow more natural light to enter the room. This change contributes to a more airy and open feel.
Intricate and ornate detailing on furniture and decor was being toned down, with a shift towards simpler, cleaner lines and designs.
Mass-produced, generic artwork was being replaced by more personalized and meaningful pieces, including original artwork, DIY projects, or unique finds that tell a story.