Spring Summer Home Interior Trends for 2021

Jade Tomlinson | Updated

Our homes have been altered considerably over the past year, from home offices to garage gyms we have had to reimagine our home design. Since we have spent our time working, socialising, exercising and well pretty much everything at home, it is more important than ever to adjust the space we are living in.

So with the wetter weather approaching and restrictions on their way to being lifted, it could not be a more perfect time to give your home a quick refresh!

Check out our top interior predictions for this Summer to ensure that your home stays up to date throughout 2021.

1. Retro Florals

Floral patterns have been used in our homes for centuries, whether it be a delicate watercolour floral or an abstract bold design, this timeless décor choice seems to always be in fashion one way or another.

Delve into the 60s and create a statement in your home with the Kimono Duvet Cover Set by Orla Kiely. This on trend bedding set features a retro take on a chic floral design, the small-scale floral print creates a whimsical and romantic feel. With a rich 200 thread count, this high-quality set is not only stylish, but ensures a luxurious night sleep.

2. Funky Fruity Prints

Nothing quite says summer like a striking fruity print. From charming citrus inspired designs to bold summer fruit patterns, these summery prints will add a slice of happiness to your interior.

Whether you’re making window treatments or home accessories, these fun fabrics are sure to create a beautiful feature within the home.

Some of our fruity favourites are the Sicilian Curtain Fabric Lemon , Sorento Curtain Fabric Autumn and the Fruta Curtain Fabric Summer.

3. Eco Friendly Designs

We have seen a rise in conscious consumerism, with the growing popularity of eco-friendly products.

The Better Cotton initiative is a global not-for-profit organisation and the largest cotton sustainability programme in the world. The initiative is simple – make cotton production more sustainable and better for the environment.

So you don’t have to delay your home improvements to stay Eco friendly, here at Terrys we have a wide range of Eco fabrics which are suitable for window treatments, accessories and domestic upholstery. Find our Eco range here.

4. Statement Roman Blinds

A hybrid of curtains and blinds, roman blinds are sure to solve your curtains or blinds dilema! With almost an unlimted amount of design choices available, roman blinds have become increasingly popular this spring.

These energy efficient blinds are the the perfect way to make a statement in your home whether you have a modern or more traditional interior.

One of our favourite Roman Blinds for Summer is the Trio Stem Roman Blind Ochre. This iconic design by Orla Kiely has been recoloured exclusively with Terrys to create a contrasting and impactful blind perfect for adding that pop of colour to your home.

5. Cottagecore

Drawing inspiration from the countryside, cottagecore is all about simplicity, cosiness and bringing the outside in. This nature-driven trend features vintage rustic furniture, delicate floral patterns and an array of indoor foliage.

Unlike minimalist interiors, this style embraces clutter, making book stacks, pots, pans and baskets a prominent feature within the home.

Our Cottage garden bedding set embodies the English country garden by offering a subtle and fresh floral design on a crisp white background with check reverse. This beautiful bedding set is the perfect addition to style your cottage inspired décor.

6. Japandi

A fusion of both Japanese and Scandi interior styles the Japandi décor trend focusses on simple shapes, functionality, and a neutral colour palette.

A relatively new trend, this décor style has been a rise in 2021 with people now more than ever wanting to create a sense harmony in their homes.

Whilst the Scandinavian style communicates abstract art via graphic prints, the Japanese style focuses on minimalism and functional purposes. Japandi combines the two to create a cosy and comforting atmosphere in the home.

7. Jungle Inspired Décor

Showcasing exotic wildlife and dramatic vistas, jungle décor helps create a tropical ambiance In your home.

Combining bold colourways with an intricately designed foliage pattern the Bengal Tiger Velvet Curtain Fabric Twilight will introduce an element of luxury to your home.

This digitally printed material exudes opulence and looks gorgeous when used alone as stand out piece or when paired with other plain velvets.

8. Maximalist Trend

Go big and go home, because when it comes to maximalism, more is more!

For those who are daring enough, a maximalist style interior expresses creativity through exuberant colours and busy patterns.

So don’t be shy and amplify your space with large scale floral printed wallpaper, vibrant paint colours, bold accent cushions and patterned upholstery.

This décor style overtly catches the eye which is perfect for creating an uplifting and happy space within the home.