The coronavirus pandemic has altered the way people use and design spaces around the home. From socially distanced holiday gatherings in the backyard to repurposed rooms for remote work and online learning, the modern home has seen a number of transformations over the last two years. So, what are some of the top interior design trends we could see this year?
“Design is focusing more on wellness and sustainability while intersecting with function. COVID-19 expedited this direction exponentially,” said Laura Umansky, founder and CEO of the Laura U Design Collective. “Individuals are putting a higher value on physical and mental wellness, and it affects how we are designing.”