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Our top trend predictions for 2021

Discover the looks we'll be loving this year...

by Chloé Jones

Window Solutions and Styling Expert

Published: 23/12/2020

A new year is a great time for a new look. Reinvent and refresh your space for the year ahead with these unmissable interior design trends.

Whether you're jumping in with a complete overhaul for 2021, redecorating a tired-looking room or just want to keep up with the latest home styles, let us inspire your planning.

Funky aztec print Roman blinds in a window in a lounge with plants and unusual bowl chairs

Introducing Japandi

Sometimes two styles are better than one and the Japandi trend certainly proves that! Combining the modern-rustic vibe of Scandinavian designs with the traditional elegance associated with Japanese styles, Japandi creates the perfect blend of function and form.

These Alto Cinnamon Roman blinds perfectly achieve the Japandi look, while greenery and plants provide a simple way to accessorise and celebrate natural form, a common theme of this trend.

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Beige shutters matching with the wall colour, behind a bath, funky tiled floor and plants beside the bath

Decorate with the colour of the moment

Dulux colour experts have chosen 'Brave Ground' as the Dulux Colour of the Year 2021. A warm, earthy tone, it creates a feeling of stability, growth and potential, with warming, cocooning qualities - just what we need right now!

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Bring 'Brave Ground' to life

Whether you use it on its own or team it with other tones, this balancing, warming palette will transform your space into a serene, chic retreat.

Our Tetbury Taupe fabric will give you a natural look when paired with bare wood and lots of greenery, or create a global feel with spicy tones and tribal prints. Roche Taupe with a glimmer of gold brings luxury to neutral décor schemes that are craving a touch of glamour. Available in both Roman and curtain fabrics, we’ve got plenty of ways you can bring this colour story home.

Dark red and black leopard print Roman blinds in a window behind a dining table with a teapot, plant and fruit bowl, beside orange curtains layered with white voiles

Global influence

Inspired by earthy colour palettes and warm, natural textures, this versatile trend can be dialled up with bold design choices or down with a few wooden, woven and rattan home accessories.

Bring this trend into your home with our Hillarys x Livingetc collection. It’s bold safari feel is influenced by wildlife, African plains and the desire for a tropical getaway.

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Patterned blue Roller blinds in 3 windows side by side in a wooden, rustic dining room

Sustainable style

An increased focus on sustainability is a broader trend that impacts many aspects of our daily lives, including how we furnish our homes!

Take a green approach to decorating your home by using natural materials such as wood, stone and bamboo – they’ll make the space feel extra warm and cosy.

To give your eco credentials even more of a boost, look out for our new Roller blinds range later this year. It features recycled fabrics made from 100% recycled polyester yarn.

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Luxe dining room with crittall doors and green geometric print curtains

Edgy Geometrics

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Dining room with Beats Haze curtains and Burntwood Venetians


Give your home some globetrotting style with tribal prints and handcrafted textiles. 

kitchen with a tree in the middle and grey roman blinds at the window

In the Raw

Explore the latest trend for interiors that celebrate the beauty and rawness of the natural world.

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