We recently released the first round of our three-part 2024 Design Trends Round-Up, which focused on trends to personalize your home. If you missed the article, you can read it here. In part 2, we continue with trends that will modernize and elevate your commercial or residential space. Interior decorating trends this year will embrace organic shapes and natural materials and combine design concepts to create a truly customized space. From hospitality to home décor, these four trends are sure to add interest and sophistication to any environment. Here’s how to sustainably adopt these trends using renewable and recycled composite panels. 

Fractals & Geometric Shapes

Fractals and geometric patterns are going to shape interior design in 2024. Add dimension to your home, office, or hotel lobby with cabinetry, furniture, and accent walls that feature abstract shapes and sharp edges. The best way to incorporate these geometric patterns is to use TFL decorative panels that are versatile enough to be cut into fractals and shapes for any installation, including wall paneling. Plus, TFL, made with wood-based composite panels, is “sustainable to the core” and stores carbon for life.

Interior of a modern hotel lobby

Curves and Edges


Need something to balance out the structure of crisp lines and fractals? Introduce curves into your next design! Curves have been rising in popularity for a few years now, according to Business Insider, and this trend is expected to continue in 2024 with a slight modification—rounded curves will be contrasted with crisp edges. Combining elliptical elements, like round lighting or a curved desk, with a rectangular table or geometric wall accents creates a modern and balanced space. Adding edges is a new twist that creates harmony and structure for a polished and well-rounded dynamic. Decorative surfaces like 3DL, 2DL, and HPL are great for curved surfaces and come in an array of textures, patterns, and durability specifications, making them a perfect choice for countertops, bars, tables, desks, and mo­­­­re.

Interior of a modern hotel lounge cafe bar restaurant

Biophilic Design


If you enjoy nature but spend a lot of time indoors, then biophilic design can keep you connected to the outdoors. Incorporating natural elements and materials that help you feel more engaged with the environment can achieve a biophilic sanctuary at home or in the office.

Designing a space with natural materials like MDF or particleboard brings the outdoors inside to help you stay connected with nature in the rooms you spend the most time in, especially during the winter months. These products are made with recycled wood from sustainably managed forests that are renewable and biophilic to the core.

With warm woods and earthy tones also taking center stage this year, adding composite materials to your space is sure to deliver a modern and down-to-earth effect. To further this trend, be sure to layer shelving and furniture with greenery and items found in nature for a truly biophilic and personalized space.

Whether it be shelving, bookcases, or a desk with a natural wood grain texture and finish, products made with composite panels are storing carbon and improving the environment one panel at a time.

Green living room and wall background concept, wooden furniture, table, chair vase of plant and brown parquet style.

­­­Layered Furnishings

Finding your niche is going to be a big theme this year, so don’t be afraid to explore new concepts, materials, and prints! Combining found and vintage artifacts with durable and modern staple pieces is important for a polished, functional, and eclectic vibe that leaves your very own unique design fingerprint. Layer an antique coffee table and eclectic lighting with functional built-in storage or cabinets made with MDF in modern colors to create a customized space you love that is balanced and purposeful.

Beautiful Spacious Living Room in Luxury Home with Loft, Elegant Chandelier, and Hint of Spiral Staircase. Has Fireplace, Hardwood Floors, and Tall Ceiling.

From fractals and curves to nature and layers, 2024 is filled with so much creative potential to use composite wood materials in interior design while embracing sustainable practices—and this is just part two of our 2024 Design Trend Round Up. Part three is coming, so if you are not already, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn to stay up to date on the latest industry trends and get more design inspiration using composite panels!

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