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The Best Interior Trends of 2024

A deep dive into the home decor trends of the year

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Image and video courtesy Bocci/ Paola Pansini

Interior and decor is Egypt’s latest passion. Say hello to a home that not only looks good but also feels like a true reflection of you. From biophilic bliss to signature style, the trends of this year promise a harmonious blend of nature, sustainability, and self-expression. These trends offer a canvas for you to express your unique style and create a home that resonates with your individuality. Let this year be a celebration of design, where your space becomes a true reflection of your taste and personality.

BIOPHILIC DESIGN

2024 is the year of bringing the outdoors in. With some indoor plants, botanical colors and shapes as natural materials,  you can turn your home into a refreshing oasis. Adding a touch of nature and the balancing color green to your place will also calm you down after a hectic day. Turn your home into a sanctuary with this design trend.

BOCCI

Organic light installation at the Bocci showroom at Milan.

Image courtesy Bocci/ Paola Pansini

NICHT

Leaf inspired sofa at Egyptian Nicht at the Deutsches Haus in New Cairo.

Image courtesy Nicht

PAOLA LENTI/ ART OF FORM

Art and Form choose Paola Lenti for curated interior biophilic elements. Tranquil atmospheres awash in pastel hues to unwind and relax.
Stylized stems, crafted with extruded ceramic, serve as the backdrop for inviting chairs, each offering a distinct seating experience: Shito armchair, design Francesco Rota and Stelo ceramic installation, design Nicolò Morales.

Image courtesy Paola Lenti/ Art of Form

PIANCA/ ART OF FORM

Pianca reflects the need to stay in tune with nature blurs the boundaries between indoors and outdoors. Calatea, the armchair designed for Pianca by Cristina Celestino, is the synthesis of an exploration of forms that investigates the out-of-scale proportions of simple, primitive elements like leaves, available at Art of Form.

Image courtesy Pianca/Art of Form

K.A. INTERIOR DESIGN

Soft sage meets cream at K.A. Interior Design in Skeikh Zayed City.

Image courtesy of Hany Saad Innovations

BOTTEGA VENETA

‘Volcanic’ glazed triangle tray in different shades of exotic greens at Bottega Veneta.

Image courtesy Bottega Veneta

LORO PIANA

Nature referenced ‘Palm’ sofa by Loro Piana Interiors design Raphael Navot.

Image courtesy Loro Piana

TSAKHI STUDIO

Lagoon green ‘Reconciled Fragments’ coffee-table at Tsakhi Studio. 

Image courtesy Tsakhi Studio

DE SEDE

Nature retreat with day bed ‘DS-80’ Outdoor by De Sede.

Image courtesy De Sede

NATUZZI

Karim Rashid designed organic shaped ‘Harmony 65’ sofa for Natuzzi.

Image courtesy Natuzzi

 

CURVES AHEAD

Welcome the era of curves! Embrace the fluidity in design with rounded sofas and organic-shaped lightning objects. Unconventional silhouettes take the spotlight, making a statement while remaining easy on the eyes, reminding of natural sand dunes, stones and clouds.

NICHT

White organic shapes at Egyptian Nicht at the Deutsches Haus in New Cairo.

Image courtesy Nicht

ROB MAKARYAN

Organic lightning taking center stage at architect and interior designer Rob Makaryan.

Image courtesy Rob Makaryan

O DESIGNS/ ESORUS DESIGN HAUS

Chique shapes at O Designs available at Esorus Design Haus Cairo.

Image courtesy O Designs

LORO PIANA

‘Apacheta’ sofa and table by Loro Piana Interiors. Design Cristian Mohaded.

Image courtesy Loro Piana

FENDI CASA

‘Sandia’ daybed in fluid organic forms by Toan Nguyen at Fendi Casa.

Image courtesy Fendi

LA MARRAKECHOISE

‘Luna’ sofa at la Marrakechoise.

Image courtesy La Marrakechoise

GIORGETTI

Like stones on the floor with poufs ‘Galet’ at Giorgetti.

Image courtesy Giorgetti

NUBIAN PALETTE

Inspired by oriental traditional warm earthy tones! From rich browns to burnt orange and cinnamon: the possibilities to add positive vibrating colors for a serene and harmonious atmosphere within your home are endless.

REVERSE ORIENTALISM

Nubian architecture inspired at Reverse Orientalism.

Nubian architecture inspired. Image courtesy Reverse Orientalism

DITRA ITALIA/ ART OF FORM

Soft, generous and organic, clean-cut shapes that appear to be in motion. An enveloping sofa – either two- or three-seater – draws its inspiration from the world of nature and its ability to be plied, which extends the Ditre Italia Vento collection with consistency and elegance, available at Art of Form.

Image courtesy Ditre Italia
Image courtesy Ditre Italia/ Art of Form

DON TANANI

Contemporary Egyptian design with ‘Sun’ lounger at Don Tanani. 

Image courtesy Don Tanani

NO 5 DESIGNS

Cairo, London and Dubai  based  No 5 designs is inspired by modern bathrooms in terracotta.

Seen at No 5 designs

GARRETT

‘Swivel’ armchair in cinnamon shades at Garrett, available at Sohohomes.

Image courtesy Garrett

FENDI CASA

A sparkling cascade of light with the suspension ‘Bells’ lamp by Formafantasma at Fendi Casa.

Image courtesy Fendi Casa

HERMÈS

‘Karumi’ bench and stool with leather seats as lightweight as the silhouette itself at Hermès.

Image courtesy Hermès

LOUIS VUITTON

‘Lounge’ chair by Marcel Wanders for Louis Vuitton Objects Nomades.

Image courtesy Louis Vuitton

 

GOLD PLATED

Gold takes center stage as the metallic finish of choice in 2024. From fixtures and hardware to accent pieces, infuse your space with the timeless elegance of gold-plated elements. Whether you prefer a touch of glamor or a more subdued elegance, gold accents add a touch of luxury that stands the test of time.

DON TANANI

Golden ‘Duality’ edition by Lina Orabi Studio for Egyptian luxury furniture design Don Tanani.

Image courtesy Don Tanani

VOLA

Vola‘s brass elements for Euroboden.

Vola for Euroboden. Image courtesy Nick Frank

HAY

HaySplit’ side table brass.

Image courtesy Hay

TOM DIXON

‘Melt’ chandelier in gold and ‘Etch’ brass lightning at Tom Dixon.

Image courtesy Tom Dixon
Image courtesy Tom Dixon

OAK LIVING INTERIORS

Golden ‘De Castelli’ storage unit at Egyptian Oak Living Interiors.

Image courtesy Oak Living Interiors

MINIMALISM

The timeless allure of minimalism continues to hold sway in 2024. Simplify your surroundings, declutter your space, and let the elegance of understated design take center stage. Embrace clean lines, light tones, and functional furniture in pure materials from salt, white marble to stone to create an environment that exudes simplicity without sacrificing style. After all, less is more for a life in Zen!

NICHT

A minimal touch of art with Japandi vibe at Nicht. at the Deutsches Haus,  New Cairo.

Image courtesy Nicht

SIWA CREATIONS

Pure salt designs at Siwa Creations‘ store in Zamalek, Cairo.

Image courtesy Astrid Doil

STUDIO INTERNA

‘Moon marble’ table at Studio Interna Egypt.

Image courtesy Studio Interna

ROB MAKARYAN

Zen feeling with Japanese vibes at Rob Makaryan.

Image courtesy Rob Makaryan

K.A. INTERIOR DESIGN

Travertine bathroom minimalism at Egypt`s K.A. Interior Design.

Image courtesy K.a. interior design

MAGG + DESIGN & ARCHITECTURE FORUM/ ESORUS DESIGN HAUS

Zen garden aesthetic at Magg + Design & Architecture Forum, available at Esorus Design Haus Cairo.

Image courtesy  Magg + Design & Architecture Forum

COASTAL AESTHETIC

Transport yourself to the serene shores with the coastal aesthetic trend. Infuse your living space with elements inspired by the sea, featuring sandy beiges and the natural raffia elements.. Incorporate natural textures, seashell accents, and breezy fabrics to evoke the calming ambiance of coastal living within your home.

MAZEEJ SOMA BAY

Contemporary beach feeling with wooden elements at Mazeej Soma Bay.

Image courtesy Mazeej

CONTEMPO INTERIOR ARCHITECTS/ ESORUS DESIGN HAUS

Wooden table and raffia rugs at Contempo Interior Architects, available at Esorus Design Haus Cairo.

Image courtesy Contempo Interior Architects

TOUTOUNGI

Raffia chairs and lightning at Toutoungi for the beach inspired outdoor living.

Image courtesy Toutoungi

LA MARRAKECHOISE

‘Jute’ collection at la Marrakechoise.

Image courtesy la Marrakechoise

CASA COOK

Bohemian raffia elements at Casa Cook hotel North Coast.

Image courtesy Casa Cook

BOLIA

A breathing space with Bolia‘s Arke outdoor collection.

Image courtesy Bolia

A variety of designs and interiors for your Egypt metropolitan home or seaside weekend escapes.

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