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COVID-19 changed and affected almost everything last year, including our homes. Forced to spend far more time at home than most of us were used to, and with that likely to still be the case for at least several months into 2021, some big home decorating trends for 2021 are a direct result of all this.

The need to make our home spaces more comfortable, more functional, healthier and just an overall nicer place to be can be helped along by any or all of these home decorating trends. Which are you most likely to implement in your home?

The Grandmillennial Design Trend

At first it seems like a strange idea for a home decorating trend. A modern take on the older furniture and decor styles we might find ion our grandparents homes. But that lockdown induced desire for a cozier home year round means that comforting decor details like pretty florals and lots of elegance makes the Grandmillennial – or granny chic – decorating style the perfect fit for 2021.

Plentiful Plants

2020 was a year of new hobbies for many of us, and learning to do more with our hands. Cultivating beautiful plants is one such hands on hobby. In addition to looking gorgeous indoor plants clean the air, elevate your mood and can be used to as a home decorating trend that complements almost any decor style. Plus caring for them is a hobby in itself.

Delightfully Designed Multifunction Spaces

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Faced with a houseful of people almost all the time, many people were forced to put their home’s spaces to multiple uses in 2020. 2021 should be the year those changes take better shape and multifunctional rooms are turned into spaces that are fabulous to look at as well as to use.

By multifunction spaces we mean the kitchen that now has to accommodate a student’s work station as well, the corner of the garage that has become a mini craft room, the bathroom that is so much busier. Great storage and decluttering goes a long way towards helping these new spaces work better, but stunning home decorating style helps as well.

Zen Gardens and Peace

One of the spaces that many of us loved to escape to in 2020, when things just go a bit too much, was whatever we had outdoors, whether that was a large backyard, a simple patio or even just a condo balcony.

Adding a Zen garden to these spaces in 2021 is a home decorating trend that can help make them even more of a mental health boosting spot in any home. From rock gardens and mini fountains to Eastern inspired art and aesthetics a Zen garden makeover can help add a peaceful spot to your surroundings that is serene and beautiful (and a great place to meditate some of your cares away)

Bursts of Vibrant Color

Neutrals are not just great for home staging, they can add calm and tranquility to a fully occupied space. They can, however, also be rather boring when lived in day after day. This can be overcome with bursts of bright color, which can be added via furniture pieces, soft goods like throw pillows, a brightly colored feature wall and more.

Need help with a 2021 New Year home makeover? The award-winning home decorating experts at Just Organized by Taya can help. Contact us today to discuss your project and get 2021 off to a beautiful (home decor) start

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5 2021 Home Decorating Trends Inspired by the COVID-19 Pandemic
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5 2021 Home Decorating Trends Inspired by the COVID-19 Pandemic
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The need to make our home spaces more comfortable, more functional, healthier and just an overall nicer place to be can be helped along by any or all of these decorating trends. Which are you most likely to implement in your home?
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