Property Credit Logo

Interior Design Trends for 2024

minimalistic interior design showcasing natural lighting

This year, we’re seeing a shift towards sustainability, comfort, and a ‘less is more’ approach to home interiors. Eco-conscious materials are becoming the new go-to, and design elements that reconnect homeowners with nature are proving popular. Let’s look at Property Credit’s top interior design trends for 2024.

1. Sustainable living

The growing demand for sustainable materials in the home continues into 2024. From recycled metals to eco-friendly fabrics, sustainable choices are now the go-to for contemporary interior design. Not only do they reduce our carbon footprint, but they add a unique appeal and warmth to spaces.

2. Natural design

Incorporating elements like lush indoor plants, natural light, and organic textures, natural design creates environments that promote well-being and relaxation. Exposure to nature, even in indoor settings, can have a positive impact on mental health. It’s no wonder then that we’re seeing an increase of design elements like green walls and botanical prints in homes this year.

3. Comfort first

Given the demands of recent years, it’s understandable that comfort is now taking top priority in interior design. Homeowners are favouring cosy, inviting spaces that offer welcome respite. Plush sofas, oversized cushions, and soft textiles are all popular choices for creating a welcoming atmosphere, and we can expect to see more layered lighting and soothing colour palettes, too.

4. Quiet luxury

Quiet luxury advocates for a minimalist aesthetic that celebrates simplicity, prioritising quality over quantity. With the current cost of living, a ‘less is more’ approach just makes sense. Encouraging individuals to be more intentional about their consumption habits and the items they choose to bring into their homes is definitively something we’ll see more of this year. It’s about quality craftsmanship and a more sustainable approach to design.

5. Tech-Integrated Spaces

Technology continues to shape the way we design our homes. In 2024, we’re seeing a seamless integration of technology into interior design, with a focus on enhancing convenience and efficiency. Smart home systems, voice-activated assistants, and IoT-enabled devices are becoming commonplace, offering homeowners greater control over their spaces. Designing rooms with technology in mind allows for a more connected and streamlined living experience.

6. Multifunctional Furniture

With more people working from home, multifunctional furniture has become a top priority in contemporary living. Versatile pieces that can adapt to different needs and space constraints have become increasingly popular. Think modular sofas, extendable dining tables, and storage solutions that maximise space efficiency without compromising on style. 2024 is all about resourcefulness, accommodating both remote work and flexible living.

Images via

Visit for more information on our services or you can contact us on 1300 829 536 (au) or 03 668 2144 (nz).

This article is for general information purposes only and is not intended as financial product advice. Consider seeking independent financial advice that relates to your individual circumstances.

Buy and sell property on your terms

There's so much to consider when buying or selling. Below are just some of the opportunities equity release can offer over the course of a property sale. 

icon of a calendar and a house

Bridging Loans

Selling your property? Access up to 80% of its value with a Bridging loan.
icon showing a hand holding a house with a dollar symbol inside.

Buyer Deposit Facility

Fund your auction deposit using equity from the property you’re selling.
Icon of a house with a speech bubble that contains a dollar symbol inside.

Equity Release

Selling your property? Access up to 80% of its value.
Icon showing a megaphone with a starburst surronding.

Property Advertising

Fund up-front advertising costs when selling your property.
Icon showing a paint brush and a tin of paint

Pre-sale Improvements

Increase saleability with pre-sale improvements and staging.
Icon showing a house with a tool inside.

Investment Property Expenses

Cover any cost related to your investment property and repay with rental income.
Icon showing a hand holding an invoice document with a dollar symbol and data table.

GST Loan

Need to fund the GST on your commercial property purchase? We've got you covered.

Related Articles

Discover Your Dream Coastal Home for Under $1M: Top Affordable Suburbs for Beachside Downsizing

The top 50 affordable suburbs for beachside downsizing have been revealed in an extensive new report by Property Credit. The […]
18 April 2024

Navigating Downsizing: New Report Looks at Australia’s Housing Landscape for Seniors

The best and worst Australian suburbs for downsizing have been revealed in an extensive new report by Property Credit. The […]
14 March 2024

Property Credit’s latest offerings for 2024

2023 was a year like no other, with each new month presenting both challenges and opportunities in property. In a […]
25 January 2024

The ultimate guide to the top 3 suburbs for upsizing in 50 diverse areas

Dream Bigger: The ultimate guide to the top 3 suburbs for upsizing in 50 diverse areas. The comprehensive report, “Dream […]
13 December 2023

Top 20 Suburbs for Raising a Family in Australia

Australia’s top 20 suburbs for family living have been revealed in an extensive new report by Property Credit. Factors like […]
15 November 2023

Retiring? New report reveals popular holiday spots among locations ideal for downsizing

The top 12 locations ideal for downsizing have been revealed and some of Australia’s most popular holiday hot spots have […]
18 October 2023
crossmenuchevron-down linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram