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Modsy is an online interior design service that gained swift popularity for its affordable and accessible approach to interior design. In a nutshell, Modsy will transform any photo of your room to a to-scale 3D rendering that you can then use, along with the help of one of Modsy’s expert interior designers, to style the room of your dreams. And you can do it all starting from just $159, which is a fraction of what you’d pay a traditional interior designer.
In addition to providing innovative interior design services, Modsy has been analyzing the data of its thousands of users to predict trends for upcoming seasons. The company just released its trend forecast for 2021, and it’s a great place to start if you’re looking to update your space in the new year.
Check out our favorite picks from the 2021 Modsy Trend Report.
Natural materials like wood, rattan, and jute have been extremely popular for quite a few seasons now, and it looks like they’re not going anywhere in 2021. Given their ability to instantly fill a space with welcoming warmth, it’s easy to see why this trend continues to withstand the test of time.
A lot of people would probably agree that many styles of the ‘80s aren’t exactly chic, but there are some design elements of the decade that are definitely worth bringing back, and we aren't the only ones to think so. The bold hues, sculptural furniture, and overall drama of the ‘80s are making their way back into homes in 2021 and we’re here for it.
Speaking of bold, it looks like whitewashed everything trend has run its course, with many people looking to elevate their walls with vibrant, bold colors instead. Given the bummer that 2020 has been for most of us, it makes sense that folks are looking to add more joy and excitement to their looks through fun wall colors.
With Scandinavian style’s rise in popularity in recent years, it’s no surprise that the blonde wood finish that’s characteristic of the aesthetic is also making major waves. Next year, expect to see an even higher influx of lighter-wood finishes, which is a great way to add a chic and cozy feel to any of your looks.
If you’re not familiar with it, Grandmillennial style is a lot like it sounds—a granny-chic style that merges Millennial style sensibilities with the aesthetic preferences of your grandparents. Think: thrifted furniture and antique decor paired with modern silhouettes and colors. The result is a compelling, layered look that’s both fresh and timeless.
Craving more inspiration? Check out our Tipbook full of curated design ideas for all different styles and budgets.