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2024 Design Trend Report: Bold Colors Are Here

Forget "Peach Fuzz." Throw some shade into your space with bright, tonal touches.
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Courtesy of the vendors

When it comes to determining a palette for your interiors, neutral tones have reigned supreme in recent years. But the days of the monochromatic dynasty appear to be coming to a close, as lines are embracing bright hues in every color of the rainbow. Indeed, in 2024, it’s out with the old—and in with the bold. And while Dallas designers we’ve spoken to are welcoming the return of vibrant furnishings and accents with open arms, working with rich tones can be admittedly overwhelming for an amateur. If you’re leery of saturating your space, let these pieces help inspire you to throw some shade this year. 

Throw some shade into your space with bright, tonal touches.

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Ceramica Cielo “Era” Freestanding Toilet at TKO Associates

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Julian Chichester “Casper” Chair at Laura Lee Clark Interior Design

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Julian Chichester “Medusa” Wall Lamp at Laura Lee Clark Interior Design

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“Lightman” Canvas Art at Cobie Russell Studio 

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“Lina” Velvet Chair at Cantoni 

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Revelation “Graph” Garden Stool at Dallas Market Center

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Salgado Saucier “Eartha” Table Lamp at The Bright Group

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Zanotta “Bol” Table at Scott+  Cooner

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Zanotta “Bumper” Sofa at Scott + Cooner

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