5 Design trends for 2021

With the COVID pandemic impacting so many industries, our home space is no exception as we spend more time indoors. The demand of living a new lifestyle has forced us to reimagine our spaces to create functional homes for zoom meetings or remote learning.

To make our living spaces more comfortable and fresh looking, here are some design tips we’ve put together to give you an idea how we can maximize our spaces and furnish them beautifully without spending so much money to redecorate – from paint colors, durable fabrics and texture, home furnishing, fresh flowers and greeneries, and so much more.

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“The Pantone Color of the Year reflects what is taking place in our global culture, expressing what people are looking for that color can hope to answer. As society continues to recognize color as a critical form of communication, and a way to symbolize thoughts and ideas, many designers and brands are embracing the language of color to engage and connect.” – Pantone Color Institute’s Laurie Pressman

In the photo is our Palm Villa project where our team has decided to use grey as the focal color of this living room, showcasing luxury and elegance while illuminating a spacious living space.


Earthly palettes and textures would be trending this 2021.

We’ve used some wood decors and rattan chairs while adding neutralized hues with a green console and capiz lamps and white lanterns.



In choosing a fabric, make sure that you choose something that is durable, doesn’t easily wear out and can be washed multiple times since we spend more time at home and making sure that it blends perfectly well with the colors of the room.

For instance, we chose this pin-striped fabric to break the solid colors of the room, thus making it the focal point of the dining room.

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We offer a variety of chic upholstery and curtain fabric that will definitely liven up your space.


We may have differences in interior decors when it comes to choosing a flower or a plant.

Make fresh cut flowers and indoor plants a design mainstay at your homes. If you want to choose the type of plant or flower that will best suit your interior design and decorations based on color, leaf pattern, leaf size and aging.

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They bring calmness and clarity, apart from having aesthetic values and definitely will help you make your statement.

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