Designing multifamily properties requires a gentle balancing act. Developers who play it too safe might not make the right move they need to stand out in a crowded marketplace. Those who go too far risk turning away from potential renters. Creating an atmosphere of comfort, charm, and functionality within the project’s budget is the goal. Read below some of the latest Interior Design trends for the multifamily market!
As renters seek living spaces with amenities conducive to working from home, developers and property managers must adapt their marketing strategies appropriately. Many apartment developers, owners, and managers are now providing amenities and services designed to appeal to prospective residents who work from home. Here are the Top Multifamily Interior Design Trends:
Incorporating Nature Indoors
As renters spend more time at home than ever before, expect biophilic design along with the use of plants to make its way into even more interiors. Bring nature indoors by accenting hard finishes and furniture with biophilic elements.
The eco-friendly design will continue its rise this year. You’ll find wood, stone, metal, and glass from renewable or recycled sources being used more and more in apartments.
Dividing & Conquering with Partitions
Decorative room partitions will surge in popularity as more renters want to maximize their space. Decorative room partition screens are a game-changer. They marry function and design in an easy and fun way.
Multi-Purpose Furniture and spaces
Multi-purpose furniture pieces, such as shelf lamps and multi-position sofas and futons, are becoming popular as people continue to spend more time at home. As wellness and health are on everyone’s mind, design is finding organic ways to integrate layout options that promote a well-rounded lifestyle.
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