Hamlan’s top five interior trend predictions for 2024

VJ panels and nature inspired colour schemes.

Now that we’ve settled into the year, we’re excited to unveil our predictions for the interior trends we anticipate seeing more throughout 2024. It’s useful to be across current trends but our interior designer Mia Steinfort always recommends clients choose a style that aligns with their lifestyle and personality. Mia says “You don’t want to select a bold accent colour that’s on trend and decide it has dated a couple of years later.” She adds, “Keep an eye on the interior trends and select a style that will be timeless.”

Here are some trends we think we’ll see more of throughout this year:


1. Custom Joinery from Library Nooks to Bars

Adding custom joinery is a clever way to personalise your home to suit your lifestyle. Custom joinery not only maximises space but also maintains a clutter-free home while creating a clean and appealing aesthetic. From butler’s pantries to stylish bars, these spaces offer enhanced functionality, convenience, and storage. Whether seamlessly integrated or transitioning from one area to another, custom joinery can include additional features such as refrigeration, built-in coffee machines, and dedicated wine storage. Beyond the kitchen, custom joinery may manifest as study nooks or entire library nooks, allowing homeowners to infuse their interiors with personal touches that reflect their unique personalities.

Study nook
Custom joinery not only maximises space but also maintains a clutter-free home.


2. Wall Panelling

A timeless interior feature that’s here to stay in 2024 is wall panelling. Laminex’s modern range of ready-made, decorative wall panels are not only easy to install but also pre-primed and ready for painting. These panels, made of durable Australian-made density fibreboard, are perfect for high-traffic areas like hallways and kitchens. The material, sourced from environmentally friendly timbers, ensures durability and impact resistance. Available in both traditional and contemporary profiles, the options are limitless – whether you prefer a full-length feature wall, a partial-height feature wall, or a rebated partial-height feature wall – ideal for creating a bedhead or shelving ledge. A rebated partial height feature wall is also an excellent option to add texture beneath your kitchen benchtop.

Wall panelling
The options are limitless with wall panelling .

3. Organic Shapes and Furniture

In 2024, anticipate a surge in the popularity of curvy furniture, including sectional sofas, dining tables, and coffee tables. Mirrors with organic, irregular shapes or oversized dimensions are trending, adding depth, intrigue, and a touch of glamour to spaces. The use of curves promotes a soft, calm energy, creating a welcoming environment. We love the the Boucle furniture trend for its tactile fabric which not only brings a sense of cosiness but also adds rich texture to your interiors.

Boucle furniture
We love the Boucle furniture trend for its tactile fabric.

4. Nature-Inspired Colour Schemes

Earthy tones are claiming the spotlight in homes this year, featuring lush greens, warm browns, and soothing beiges, paired harmoniously with eco-friendly materials. Complemented by organic textures and materials, each room can be further enriched by the addition of potted plants, infusing your home with a sense of serenity and tranquillity.

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Earthy tones are claiming the spotlight in homes this year.

5. Colourful Front Doors

There’s something undeniably captivating about a front door that proudly flaunts its vibrant personality. Adding a pop of colour to your front door isn’t just about aesthetics – it’s a statement, a preview of the personality that awaits within. From bold and bright hues that demand attention to pastels that exude subtle charm, there are truly no rules when it comes to choosing the perfect shade. This is your chance to infuse a dash of creativity and fun, creating a memorable first impression for visitors and passersby alike.

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Adding a pop of colour to your front door is a statement.

Choosing the right interior colours, fitting and finishes for your home can feel daunting. However, at Hamlan, every client is expertly guided through this process by our dedicated interior designer during your personalised appointment in our Style studio. Mia Steinfort, our experienced interior designer will provide unwavering support, ensuring that your new home becomes a true reflection of your unique personality.

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