Cosentino Trend Report 2024 Panel

On Thursday, November 16th, Cosentino Miami held its first 2024 Design Trend Report discussion with Principals and Co-Founders Brett and Giselle Sugerman of B+G Design and MODULNOVA Miami, respectively, along with Co-founder and Principal Renata Vazconez of IG Workshop. Moderated by Jesse Bratter, Editor-in-Chief of Interiors Miami South Florida, the interior designers shared their insights on the emerging trends in the design world, as highlighted in Cosentino’s Trend Report for 2024. This discussion was a unique opportunity to gain perspective on the evolving design landscape in South Florida.  
In the forefront of design discussions, Jesse explored the intriguing rise of resimmercial design, a seamless blend of residential and commercial aesthetics. This innovative trend introduces elements from opulent hotels into home spaces, creating an ambiance that is both inviting and luxurious. With a shared affinity for the boutique hotel vibe, the designers provided insights into how resimmercial design manifests in their projects from kitchens to closet design. They delved into the intriguing crossover between both showcasing the palpable influence of hotel aesthetics on their unique approaches – from B+G Design’s modern minimalist to the colorful and bold styles of IG Workshop.
Drawing from Cosentino’s Trend Report, the talk revealed that designers often find inspiration in the grandeur of hotels and the allure of travel, while homeowners turn to the rich content available on social platforms and blogs. The designers shared personal anecdotes, recounting specific hotels or destinations that have left an indelible mark on their creative processes like the Aman Resort in Marrakech, Morroco. These narratives illustrated how these diverse inspirations were translated into tangible design elements within their projects, bring the gap between inspiration and execution.
B+G Marrakech Design Diary
As the dialogue unfolded, the “spathroom” trend took center stage, unraveling the intricate layers of creating bathrooms reminiscent of luxurious spas. Acknowledging bathrooms as the second-largest investment in a home, the designers discussed how their clients’ experiences in hotels and travel shape their visions for bathroom projects. Strategic insights into materials such as infrared saunas, wet rooms, and concealed TVs were shared, providing a glimpse into the meticulous planning required to bring the spa-like ambiance to life. The ensuing discussions on kitchen evolution, the resurgence of metallics, fluted kitchen islands, color palette preferences, and the increasing importance of living spaces painted a comprehensive picture of the dynamic design landscape as we anticipate the trends shaping 2024.

The designers not only shared this professional expertise but also provided a glimpse into the dynamic world of design, offering valuable perspectives on emerging trends and the evolving preferences of both designers and homeowners. As we look ahead to 2024, it’s evident that the design landscape continues to evolve, influenced by a diverse range of inspirations and a commitment to sustainability and innovation.

What’s In vs What’s Out – what do you think?

  • Metallic accents
  • Deep, rich colors
  • Curves and fluted materials
  • Sustainable products
  • Rustic design
  • ’70s inspired design
  • Earth tones & neutral palettes
  • Patterns & bold marble looks maximalist pattern
  • Modern farmhouse aesthetic/shiplap
  • Custom furniture
Giselle Sugerman & Brett Sugerman
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