Green felt artificial grass bunny for Easter display

As the embodiment of renewal and fresh beginnings, Spring 2024 beckons us to breathe new life into our spaces. At Noble & Whyte, we work on numerous projects that seamlessly blend aesthetics with functionality for both residential and commercial clients, so we’ve always got one eye on what will be in demand throughout the coming months.

Here is your guide to the top five decor trends for Spring 2024 as selected by our expert team.


A modern artificial plant wrapped around a contemporary ceiling light.

  1. Biophilic Designs

What is Biophilic design?

Biophilic design merges the beauty of nature with modern living spaces, enhancing well-being by incorporating natural light, greenery, and organic materials to create harmonious environments.

Biophilic design goes beyond adding a plant here and there; it’s about creating an ecosystem within your space that promotes health, well-being, and a profound connection to nature. We have seen this becoming ever more popular over the past 3 years, with homeowners and brands alike, embedding plants – both real and artificial – into their spaces.

Imagine walking into a room bathed in natural light, where greenery thrives, and the materials underfoot whisper tales of the earth. Incorporate this trend by introducing vertical gardens in your cafe or selecting furniture crafted from natural, sustainable materials for your home.

We are huge fans of wreaths and garlands that add a natural border to staircases, fireplaces, reception tables and windowsills. We’ve recently seen a huge increase in demand for greenery from our clients and think Spring is the best time of year to try this in your space.


Easter garland for pub and restaurant

  1. Vibrant Colour Palettes

Contrary to popular belief, it appears we’re all getting a little bit fatigued with monochrome designs. Although they often make spaces feel larger and brighter, overexposure has caused interior decorators to shift away from black-and-white palettes, and towards bolder, more vibrant colours.

This is always seen more during Spring and Summer but in 2024 we’re predicting that hospitality spaces and homeowners will fully start to embrace vivid colours throughout their spaces, resulting in a surge of colour in the coming years.

To find out more about what 2024 has in store for colours within the home, we love this article by House Beautiful.

As you can see in the image above, we’ve already started to install wreaths, garlands and centrepieces for Spring and Easter, and our clients are not shying away from bold florals and pastel patterns.


The base of a woodland themed scene featuring a straw squirrel and fmoss, toadstools and pinecones.

  1. Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Choices

We’ve been passionate about sustainability since the inception of Noble & Whyte, and recycle all of our materials to be used across numerous projects.  When our materials no longer meet our high expectations we then donate the items to our local scrap store, where they are used by members of our local community and repurposed for crafting and use by schools and other groups.

In an era where sustainability is not just appreciated but expected, choosing materials that respect the planet is paramount. This trend celebrates the beauty of eco-conscious design, where every choice, from recycled glass vases to bamboo roping, reflects a commitment to environmental stewardship.

Thankfully this is becoming much easier to do without sacrificing the beauty of the overall installation. Touches such as dried flowers and recycled plastics, ensure that your decor remains stunning without costing the earth.


Dining table centrepiece display for restaurant

  1. Textural Contrasts

The interplay of textures brings depth and intrigue to spaces, inviting touch and exploration. It’s the rough against the smooth, the organic against the manufactured, creating a dialogue between elements that both contrasts and complements.

We recommend experimenting with texture by mixing materials like soft textiles against hard wooden accents in your bar or dining space, offering not just a visual feast but a tactile experience too.

The image above shows a restaurant centrepiece crafted from dry touch pale pink roses complemented with artificial eucalyptus, pink berries and pale pink foliage,  to create a versatile focus point for diners.


Planters styled in artificial plants for long lasting display.

  1. Minimalist Luxury: Less is More, But Make it Luxe

Minimalist luxury speaks to the soul’s desire for calm, order, and beauty in simplicity. This trend champions spaces that breathe, where each piece and palette is chosen with intention, creating environments that are as soothing as they are sophisticated.

Adopt minimalist luxury by focusing on quality and craftsmanship, letting the purity of design shine through in both residential and commercial settings.

We love working on bright, airy minimalist spaces as they provide a blank canvas for a stylist to start from. That sometimes means more work is required to add life for seasonal events or celebrations, but for long-term installations, less is usually more, and your stylist should be able to create some spectacular focal points using very little.


Vintage afternoon tea at The Spa Hotel in Tunbridge Wells.


Whether you’re looking to infuse a breath of fresh air into your home or seeking to redefine the atmosphere of your commercial space, these Spring decor trends for 2024 offer a palette of possibilities. From the verdant embrace of biophilic designs to the bold statements of vibrant colour palettes, each trend invites you to reimagine your surroundings.


Your Spring Transformation Begins with Noble & Whyte

As we peel away the layers of winter, let the trends of Spring 2024 inspire you to embark on a journey of transformation. Noble & Whyte is here to guide you through this seasonal evolution, offering bespoke styling solutions that resonate with your unique narrative. Embrace the change with us, and together, we’ll create spaces that not only reflect the latest trends but also embody the essence of your style and vision.

Ready to refresh your space for Spring 2024?  Contact us today, and let’s bring your vision to life.