Newmor Trend Report 2024
We are delighted to present our colour & design trend observations for interiors in 2024.
Our report explores six trend themes, that encompass the key design stories and colours shaping our product development for the next 12 months.
These trends encapsulate the diverse and evolving commercial and hospitality design landscape, setting the stage for an exciting year of innovation and creativity. We hope you come away feeling inspired.
Get a snapshot of our trends below, or for a more in-depth look check out our full trend report here – where we explore colour combinations, products, materials and textures that support our trends for 2024.
We embark on the 2024 trends journey with Grand Traditions – where elegance meets authenticity. This trend allows us to immerse ourselves in timeless designs reflecting refined nostalgia. Crafted with utmost quality, these classic influences featuring oxblood, petrol, umber, gold, camel, and forest hues redefine luxe interiors.
Designs in this trend include; Lyon – an elegant vertical silk, the beautifully drawn bouquet from Blooming Marvellous, the artisan craft captured in Marquetry, our quirky Sofishticated design which celebrates Britain’s love of angling, our classic Kensington damask, the authentic beauty of Carrara marble, and the timeless panel effect of Tromp l’oeil.
Next, we dive into our Uncharted Waters trend, a captivating exploration of design inspired by seascapes and skies. This trend seamlessly blends translucent elements, reminiscent of the seas ever-changing hues, with innovative design concepts. Balancing ombre gradients of aqua, stone, powder blue, and navy, with accents of chocolate, tan, and lavender.
Uncharted Waters takes a fresh approach on how we can incorporate biophilic elements into interiors. Designs in this trend include the seascape of Sanctuary Oceana, the translucent effect of Watercolours Geometric that gently fades from dark to light, Harmony Azurite where hints of mica shine through the natural agate design, and Raw Surfaces Marble which captures the beauty and nuances of natural stone.
Green Fingers is a protopian celebration of organic design. This trend immerses us in a tapestry of natural textures providing a sanctuary where a palette of khaki, green tea, olive, sand, taupe, umber, and forest hues come together. Our Green Fingers trend combines the aesthetics of the natural world with a sensory experience, evoking a nurturing sense of tranquillity. Our aim was the blend the beauty and richness that nature provides in contemporary wallcovering designs.
Designs in this trend include; the hand-dyed fabric effect of Newmor’s Batik design, the large-scale skeletal Leaves pattern, Bali the soft palm printed on a hessian texture, and Raffia which captures the essence of ancient weaving craft.
Sugar and Spice
Sugar and Spice is a celebration of warmth and creativity. Energising and optimistic, this trend brings a grounding and empowering essence to interiors. With lacquered and textured designs in earthy terracotta, scarlet, tangerine, mustard, and umber tones, spaces are transformed into hubs of inspiration. Designs in this trend truly do spark a creative flame, through their unique blend of optimism and vibrancy.
The designs which amplify the richness of this trend include, Staying Strong by designer Augustus Kotei, the empowering qualities of Ombre Sunrise, the stunning Ikat Grade created by designer Ptolemy Mann, and the supersized Nomad palm.
Our fifth trend ifor 2024 takes us to the enchanting world of Cotton Candy, where freshness and innovation collide in a palette of clean, pastel hues. This trend epitomises simplicity with a touch of futuristic flair. Soft, rounded shapes in pale grey and delicate tones evoke a sense of serenity in a sustainable and tech-savvy form. The colour palette is a fusion of neon, citrus, and muted pastels, to create designs with a contemporary vibe.
Newmor designs that encapsulate the Cotton Candy trend include, the ethereal clouds of Nimbus from our Sanctuary Collection, Rosa the beautiful tea rose design in Industrialis, the mid-century modern Terrazzo design, the geometric wave design of Isometric Shade, the elegant Art Deco Arches, and KEF, the geometric design by Leigh Bagley.
The last trend in Newmor’s 2024 forecast is a celebration of free-spirited, imaginative design. Psychedelia invites us to explore immersive and otherworldly atmospheres, where artistic expressions take centre stage. From light to dark, Psychedelia incorporates saturated hues, neon accents, vivid brights, and the boldness of absolute black. This trend channels an imaginative and atmospheric energy.
Our product selection for this trend features a vibrant interplay of colours and patterns that add a touch of the extraordinary to commercial spaces. Designs vary from the geometric lines of Triangles and Isometric Origami, to Tropics, a large-scale hand painted leaf design by Iona Crawford and Weekend; a symmetrical design, also nature-inspired, by the Patternistas. Not forgetting the expressive Brush Strokes design from our Get Arty Collection.
We hope you take inspiration from our trend report for 2024. To download and share the full report, check out our flippingbook:
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