Expected property design trends for 2024

9 December 2023

Comfort, functionality and luxurious lifestyle features are emerging as the most sought-after home design trends for 2024.

From creating connections with nature, to the use of sustainable interior décor materials, and high-end inclusions like steam rooms, stunning swimming pools and butler’s pantries, here’s a sample of what we are likely to see when it comes to home design trends in 2024.

A la natural

Strong connectivity with nature has become a staple of home design in recent years.

From big windows and functional floorplans that carry living areas outside, to internal flourishes created from natural materials like timber, marble, cane and earthy tones, homeowners are seeing the benefits of creating links with nature to feel more relaxed and grounded at home.

Comforting curves

Beautiful curves are on trend again when it comes to interior design.

Arches, sweeping staircases, round edges and curved soft furnishings are all on point to create a sense of calm, comfort and softness to a home by relaxing sharp lines and immediately making a room feel more welcoming and inviting.

Luxe living

Why go out when you can stay home? More and more, unassuming, luxurious inclusions are becoming part of our homes and daily lives.

It started with the pandemic – the call for more opportunities for rest, relaxation and recreation on the home front. Now, that desire has morphed into well-appointed, luxe homes with gymnasiums, theatre rooms and cinematic experiences, swimming pools, steam rooms and private sports courts.

It’s all about creating a greater sense of liveability and that five-star hotel feel.


As well as natural trappings in interior decor, there is also a growing consciousness of sustainable and environmental housing practices.

More homebuyers are considering clever design, energy efficiencies and solar power in their homes, concerned about the environmental impact of our design choices.

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