Interior trends are shaping up

Interior trends are shaping up
2. June 2021

Interior trends are shaping up

Scandi, ethnic, boho, industrial, country house or Japandi: we love interior design. In this time of home office, styling and optimizing our own four walls have most definitely become a hobby. But long before we started pimping up our own private workspace, our daily work revolved around interior trends. To support in the best way some of our clients, such as Flower Council Holland, CEWE, Nanoleaf or Room In A Box, we make sure we are always up-to-date on the latest news of the home world and ongoing trend scouting is one of our prio one to-dos.

So, what’s going on right now? Which pieces of furniture can’t be missing in your home? What does modern decoration look like? What style is currently in vogue? Of course we don’t want to withhold the answer from you… Remember our three magic words: geometry is back!

Geometry, bring it on

Put the protractor back in your pocket, this is not about basic high school math lessons, but about trend shapes in modern interior design.

Whether triangle, circle or hexagon – geometric shapes are so hot this year and can be easily integrated into any home. It’s up to you whether you go all in with classic herringbone parquet and new wallpaper, or whether you prefer to implement the trend discreetly with geometric vases and patterned carpets. Either way: symmetry is key! (Westwing also says this, by the way.) You can find an overview of the possibilities offered by the universe of geometric interior design, for example, by searching for geometric home accessories on

Image Credits: CEWE

Gimme that Hexagon!

Hexagons are especially popular. Here, too, there are unlimited possibilities for integration. We personally are totally into the smart light panels from Nanoleaf or the hexxas of CEWE. 

The Nanoleaf lights have been available in their hexagon shape since last fall already (trendsetter alert!). By combining the panels, you can create your very own designs and give your interior a new light – quite literally. You can control the brightness or the color of the panels via the official Nanoleaf app. But that’s not all! Did you know that you could get the panels to move to the music played around your smartphone and to light up to the beat? Pump up the jam in your living room!

Image Credits: Nanoleaf

CEWE is also following the trend by allowing you to print your photos on “hexxas”, which you can then use to create a trendy wall photo gallery. You can print a single picture split on several panels, or you can get each panel to be printed with a different photo to create a larger fresco. Super nice!

Image Credits: CEWE

For more inspiration, we’ve put together a pinboard of hexagonal interior ideas for you on Pinterest. Take a look here!

In addition, the geometric shapes can also be combined with almost every interior style. Who thinks triangles and hexagons only fit into super-modern, minimalist, straight-lined designs is completely wrong. Even the all-round and felt permanently popular Scandi look or the cozy ethnic design can be supplemented and spiced up with geometric shapes. Try it out!

Image Credits: CEWE

A post by Laura Dörling