Our Interior Design Predictions for 2024

With a design ethos that transcends a formulaic approach we look at each interior in a very bespoke and individual way for our clients. That said, there are always design trends that capture the imagination and here are a few of our favourites for the year ahead.

Oliver Burns Studio, Sancy West Apartment at The Broadway

Soft Earthy Tones

Having not long completed our Sancy West Apartment at The Broadway for Northacre, where we introduced soft earthy tones, combining layers of natural and organic design elements with elegant and sumptuous materials, it was with a sense of excitement that we heard of Pantone’s 2024 colour of the year! Peach Fuzz is described as “a velvety gentle peach tone whose all-embracing spirit enriches mind, body and soul.” We could not agree more with the sentiment!

Oliver Burns Studio, Sancy West Apartment at The Broadway

Sustainable Materials

We are delighted to see that more and more of our colleagues in the industry are turning to robust sustainable design practices, and that looks set to continue in 2024. As a sign of our commitment to sustainability, we are very proud to have been awarded the Butterfly Mark by Positive Luxury, a symbol of the Real Changemakers in Luxury.

Our work around sustainable strip out and designing interiors with longevity has been a focus of 2023 and we look forward to continuing to build our sustainable approach to ultra-luxury interior design in 2024.

Oliver Burns Studio, Surrey Country House

Bespoke Joinery

While beautifully crafted bespoke joinery has been a mainstay of ultra-luxury interiors for years, we will start to see more of a focus on timber with warm and luxurious tones with exquisite detailing in 2024. Timber finishes are a very versatile element in design and can work across various design styles, we particularly enjoy creating joinery that features our clients’ collections and investments of passion, a truly personal design detail.

Oliver Burns Studio, Sancy West Apartment at The Broadway

Raw Materiality

Natural fibres like wool, linen, cotton, and jute are expected to be particularly popular, bringing a sense of sustainability and texture to the forefront. Using layers of raw materials in the creation of bespoke pieces is also set to make its mark in 2024. Made from travertine and sculptural in design, the strong features and raw materiality of our stunning console table at The Sancy West Apartment at The Broadway bring in to focus this exciting trend.

Vincenzo De Cotiis, UNTITLED 57, Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Furniture as Art

We are particularly excited about the ‘Furniture as Art’ concept continuing as a trend in 2024. Working with clients to curate pieces that have meaning and purpose but that also make a statement is a great skill, and one that we take enormous pride in.

It is always an honour to work with artisans and designers who create these stunning pieces, we have particularly enjoyed the work of Vincenzo De Cotiis’ at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery.

Oliver Burns Studio, House of Walpole

Local Artisans

As part of our more sustainable approach, we take great pride in using local artisans to produce anything from furniture to stunning bespoke wall panels. This is very much linked to sustainable materials as a theme for 2024 and will ensure that local artisans become the go to for British Designers.

We are excited to continue our work with our wonderful collection of UK based artisans and as always we will be keeping an eye on all the emerging talent in the year ahead.