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Stuart, FL
1421 S. Federal Hwy.
Stuart, FL 34994
772-221-8679
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-8pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
North Palm Beach, FL
910 North US Highway 1
North Palm Beach, FL 33408
561-626-6100
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-8pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
West Palm Beach, FL
2324 N. Military Trail
W.Palm Beach, FL 33409
561-684-3225
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Boca Raton, FL
999 N. Federal Hwy.
Boca Raton, FL 33432
561-391-2012
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-8pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
Tamarac, Fl
4711 N. State Road 7
Lauderdale Lakes, FL 33319
954-731-8830
Temporarily closed until further notice. Monday - Saturday: 10am-6pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
Fort Lauderdale, FL
3740 N. Federal Hwy.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33308
954-566-0266
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Dania Beach, FL
1025 S. Federal Hwy.
Dania Beach, FL 33004
954-927-0237
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-6pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
Pembroke Pines, FL
13630 Pines Blvd.
Pembroke Pines, FL 33027
954-442-8788
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Naples, FL
15485 Tamiami Trail N.
Naples, FL 34110
239-513-2237
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Fort Myers, FL
4580 S. Cleveland Ave.
Ft. Myers, FL 33907
239-278-4401
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-8pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
Port Charlotte, FL
4200 Tamiami Trail
Port Charlotte, FL 33952
941-624-3377
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-8pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
Sarasota, FL
5301 Clark Road
Sarasota, FL 34233
941-923-4200
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-8pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
Casselberry, FL
1024 FL-436
Casselberry, FL 32707
407-618-8000
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-8pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
Jacksonville, FL
7760 Gate Pkwy
Jacksonville, FL 32256
904-493-2730
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-8pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
Melbourne, FL
4260 West New Haven Avenue
West Melbourne, FL 32904
321-872-2377
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-8pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
Pinecrest, FL (Miami)
7501 S.W. 100th Street
Pinecrest, FL 33156
305-668-8400
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-8pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
Winter Garden, FL
12105 West Colonial Drive
Winter Garden, FL 34787
407-478-2237
Open Monday - Saturday: 10am-8pm Sunday: 12pm-6pm
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How Interior Design Will Change in 2021

Spending so much time at home this past year has highlighted the importance of our living spaces. Homes became classrooms, offices, gyms, and more. This resulted in people wanting to make changes, upgrade, and turn their homes into a sanctuary from the world.

The reassessment of what people want in homes is likely to influence interior design. Here are some ways Florida interior design will change in 2021.

Comfortable Curves

Comfort and cocooning caused a resurgence of curved sofas, loveseats, and sectionals last year. These statement pieces amp up the comfort in living rooms and home offices, giving them an instant makeover. They relax and soften a room and enhance the design.

Grey sectional

Comfortable, curvy living room furniture and other elements provide a sense of precision, clarity, and freshness. This trend has a Parisian sensibility, where design and art meet, with light neutrals, clean lines, and soft features.

Outdoor Influences brought Indoors

During 2020, nature became a major source of refuge and that has translated into Florida interiors. The simmering trend of bringing the outdoors in will pick up speed as patios become an expansion of the living room.

Dining room with wicker chairs

Outdoor and indoor pieces that look at home in either space will continue to increase in popularity. This means rattan, wicker, and natural woven textures will be used with a range of styles from contemporary to mid-century modern to traditional. Casual dining rooms with wicker chairs express this indoor/outdoor vibe.

Green in All Its Hues

From furniture to accessories to paint, rich shades of green inspired by deep moss, pine forest, and renewal are gaining popularity. Green's resurgence can be attributed to the current outdoor influences but may also reflect a shift towards a desire for adding color that brings positivity to our spaces.

In addition, a general wish for comfort and security is also bringing back warm neutrals. Taupes, tans, and rust colors will be showing up in many Florida interiors.

Bold Walls and Finishes

Accent walls with bold Florida colors and patterns continue to liven up living rooms and bedrooms. Natural fiber wall hangings, fabrics such as grasscloth or linen, and textured walls such as braided hemp are all options for covering the walls and creating a statement at the same time.

In kitchens, stone slabs are dominating backsplashes and countertops, cascading down in waterfall edges. They are complemented by textured stone tile with mixed finishes and colorful mosaics.

Traditional-Inspired Looks

Traditional wooden dresser

A new take on traditional, timeless looks will be incorporated into contemporary Florida interior design. This trend will continue into 2021, fulfilling our need for homes with a rich, warm, and inviting feel. The great thing about traditional furniture is that it can be mixed with compatible elements from other styles to create an eclectic look.

Quality Rather than Quantity

Expert craftmanship, touches of luxury, and design-forward choices are trending. We are choosing fewer things, but opting for quality, such as pieces with an artistic or artisanal feel that bring in natural elements such as wood detailing, caning, and refined tailoring.

These days, the home environment is more important than ever, and adding livable luxuries, from plush fabrics to iconic silhouettes, that provide rich texture, is a big trend for 2021.

If you are looking to refresh your home's look, contact Baer's Furniture to speak with one of our in-house design professionals.