Ashley Graham's quiet luxury living room is peak 'warm minimalism'– the trend-defining interior for 2024

The model's living room makes a pared-back color scheme look so stylish

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The warm minimalist design aesthetic is still going strong, and it's not showing any signs of stopping. The most recent evidence of the persistent popularity of this quiet luxury trend is Ashley Graham's living room. The supermodel and style icon took to Instagram to share her neutral living room and it's stunning.

Interior designers love the design scheme in Ashley Graham's living room. Jennifer Verruto, founder and CEO of Blythe Interiors states: 'Sometimes, less is more. I love how this space embraces simple, modern designs with minimal decor and natural elements. By choosing an overall neutral palette with unique textures, Ashley creates a beautiful balance between trendy and timeless.'

Jennifer Verruto
Jennifer Verruto

Jennifer Verruto is Founder and CEO of Blythe Interiors. Blythe Interiors has of a team in Spokane, WA, and a San Diego Design studio/showroom as well as an online shop.

Furthermore, experts say Ashely Graham's living room color scheme is set to become a huge design trend in 2024. 'Natural elements in the home are trending this year,' says Jennifer. She continues, 'We are seeing more and more people gravitate towards the elegant simplicity and calming atmosphere of design styles like Japandi, the fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian design. You can create this by layering natural, beige decor elements into your design.' These styles all share a warm minimalist color palette and design philosophy.

Based on a study conducted by B2C Furniture, minimalism is still the trendiest design aesthetic with more global average monthly searches than other popular styles like mid-century modern or cottage-core. The trend prioritizes simplicity, clean lines, and relaxing colors, all perfectly embodied in Ashley Graham's living room.

To recreate the model's minimalist living room, Stacey Clarke, furniture expert and general manager at B2C Furniture, suggests, 'Focus on keeping your living space clean and well-balanced by implementing a more cohesive palette. Combine airy and light textures with natural elements, as this promotes a sense of balance and harmony.'

She continues, 'Open up the space by decluttering and moving bulky items that create an obstruction, such as furniture blocking pathways or windows, to allow better airflow and circulation. Opting for space-saving furniture or storage to keep items stored and tucked away is another cost-effective solution to clear up clutter.'

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By incorporating warm neutrals like beige and tan alongside sumptuous textures, Ashley Graham creates a living room that is at once cozy and minimal. This look is relaxing, easy to emulate, and is going strong as a trend moving into 2024.

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I am a London-based News Editor at Homes & Gardens. My interests lie at the intersection of design and popular culture focusing on trends and celebrity homes. Before joining Future, I worked as a Content Writer and Communications Lead for Fig Linens and Home, a luxury linens and home interiors brand. I have a BA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College and an MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology.