Renovations aren’t the only way to give your home a brand new look and feel. Whether you’re looking to upgrade your bedroom or want to fall back in love with your backyard, embracing the latest home decor trends can give your space the modern and refreshed makeover you crave. Get inspired with these ten must-have decor trends of 2021.
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Adding a jute rug to your home is a foolproof way to incorporate one of 2021’s top home trends into your space. As much as we love statement rugs, jute rugs are timeless. Thanks to its neutral colour and handwoven material, jute rugs also add instant warmth and texture to any room. For even more visual interest, opt for a round jute rug. nuLOOM Braided Hand Woven Maui Jute Round Rug, Amazon, $181.
Pendant lights are one of the trendiest ways to brighten up your home in 2021. These space-saving lights are a chic alternative to floor lamps and look great in foyers, dining rooms and bedrooms. Hemp Rope Ceiling Lamp, Bouclair, $180.
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Aesthetic Photo Collages
Collaged wall art have become one of the hottest home decor trends in 2021, particularly among Gen Z. According to Pinterest’s internal data, photo collages are one of the top three searched terms in home decor among Candians*. Collage wall art kits feature dozens of high-quality prints that fit a specific theme and add a personalized touch to blank walls. Aesthetic Photo Collage Kit, Amazon, $29.
Cozy Bedrooms With Linen Sheets
Every now and then, there comes around a trend that makes you wonder how you ever lived without it. This year, it’s all about linen. Upgrading your bedding to linen sheets is one of the most popular little luxuries that transforms the look of any bedroom.Flax Sleep Linen Duvet Set, Lavender, Indigo Books, $350.
From tufted velvet benches to velvet footstools, there’s no denying that this luxe decor trend is here to stay. Add a pop of colour to your office or dining nook with this blush velvet armchair. Lilly 26.4” Wide Velvet Armchair, Wayfair, $316.
Decor That Celebrates the Female Form
All bodies are beautiful. And these days, more home decor pieces are paying homage to the female form and we can’t get enough of it. No matter your design style or budget, you’ll be sure to find a statement candle, vase, pillow, rug, or art print that celebrates women’s curves. Stoneware Vase, H&M, $35.
Chic Cane Chairs
Now more than ever, we’re continuing to bring more of the outdoors inside and are adding more nature-inspired elements into our homes. The sturdier sibling to rattan, cane is a durable material that adds unexpected warmth and texture to otherwise solid furniture pieces like bookshelves or media units. Nadia Black Cane Chair, CB2, $549.
With our long winters in mind, Canadians know the importance of creating a home that feels ultra cozy. Incorporating boucle (a fabric similar to a much more elevated version of sherpa) into your space is a foolproof way to make any room feel more comfortable and inviting. Gabriola Ivory Bouclé Lounge Chair, Article, $669.
Backyard Fire Pits
Is there anything better than a summer night by the fire? Although we might not be spending as much time at home as last year, there’s nothing better than having an outdoor oasis in your backyard. This year, fire pits have are the ultimate backyard accessory and will make any outdoor space feel like a staycation destination. Iron Embers 3′ Polygon Bowl Fire Pit & Stainless Grill, Indigo Books, $1,326.