20 TikTok Home Decor Trends To Increase Your Property Value

Curb profession, kitchen + bathroom design and flooring can make or break a home’s sale. If you’re looking to invest in an upgrade, whether you plan to sell now or later, a new study has revealed your home’s biggest improvement and design trends on TikTok and Instagram, and how they can increase the value of your home by over $125K. Hot Tip: Do it now so you can enjoy the fruits of your labor before handing over the keys to a new buyer!

The research, by the British platform find-a-tradesperson Rated people, analyzed 800,000 home improvement jobs on its platform, as well as TikTok, Instagram and Google data to uncover the trends. They then interviewed more than 2,000 potential real estate buyerswho shared how much extra they would pay for a home if it had each of these trends.

“Many of the 20 biggest home improvement and design trends can be had for under $100 and a little DIY, which can give you a nice profit if you want to sell,” said Adrienne Minster, CEO of Rated People. “If you’re looking to tackle a bigger job, such as building a kitchen stock or laying a herringbone floor, or if you just want a professional finish from a paint job, we recommend hiring a skilled local craftsman to improve your home.” plans to life.”

Check out the top 20 interior trends that buyers are making swoon.

Trend 1: Herringbone floors

Herringbone floors are by far the hot trend with over 72 million views on TikTok as well as nearly 100,000 hashtags on Instagram and 40,000 annual Google searches. In fact, buyers would happily pay about $6,600 more for a home if it had a herringbone floor in the interior. The classic pattern takes a little more work because precision is key, but the look is timeless, beautiful and a bit old-fashioned European.

Trend 2: Outdoor kitchens

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The pandemic ushered in a renewed focus on outdoor spaces that act as second homes in warmer climates (for the ultimate staycation in your own backyard!). This second top trend could add $6,812 to your home’s value; either way, you will enjoy it for many summers to come.

Trend 3: Living walls

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Living walls that come in third can increase a home’s value by $6,308. Bonus: They can help purify the air, regulate the temperature in a room, and improve your mood.

Trend 4: Green kitchens

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Green kitchens also give an earthy, elevated vibe and maximize a home’s value by $6,406.

Trend 5: Home offices

home office design

Home offices have been the big trend since WFH became a way of life. Turn a closet or extra bedroom into a home office for your needs or your need to sell.

Trend 6: Vintage Furniture

vintage furniture

Entering at #6 is vintage furniture. Although furniture is not often part of the sale, it can create an authentic and cozy first impression versus the stark contrast of super modern furniture.

Trend 7: Dark kitchens

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Moody kitchens are taking on the bright whites that have dominated for the past decade. We love the mix of natural colors and rich jewel tones.

Trend 8: Neutral decor

neutral decor

A neutral decor is like a breath of fresh air. It feels clean yet warm, minimalist yet cozy. A neutral palette also has universal appeal when it comes to attracting more buyers.

Trend 9: Pampas Grass Decor

pampas grass

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This simple fluffy grass is an affordable addition to your home decor and can increase your value by $5,517!

Trend 10: Wall panels

wall panels

We love this two-tone look for adding architectural detail to a standard room.

Trend 11: Maximalism

maximalism decor

While you want to cut down on the clutter when selling your home, a pop of color here and there can make a statement that discerning buyers love, adding more than $6K to your home’s value.

Trend 12: Japanese decor

japanese decor

Scandinavian design meets modern Japanese decor with this popular trend, which is described as minimalist, warm and natural.

Trend 13: Flagstone


Perfect for walkways and patios, this popular paving stone has an organic feel that buyers love. Expect an increase of more than $6K in your property value.

Trend 13: Painted Arches

painted arches

Younger buyers on Tik Tok are drawn to cool interpretations of this hot paint trend. Find colors you love and make an affordable statement in any room.

Trend 15: Color Blocking

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Color blocking is another popular paint trend, and with fresh shades, it can add $5,725 to your home’s value.

Trend 16: Green Walls

green walls

Green is the new gray. Combine it with a neutral decor and many plantsand you have an inviting space that buyers dream of.

Trend 18: Kitchen cabinets

kitchen pantries

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Need some stock inspiration? Check out our lineup of the best pantriesOutside. Kitchen storage is key in a sale and pantries can be a real crowd pleaser.

Trend 18: Grand Millennial Decor

big millennial

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Fromcoast granny to grand millennials, there is something very appealing about going old school in a fresh and modern way.

Trend 19: Cottagecore


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Cottagecore accents like dried wreaths and charming furnishings paired with crisp white walls and natural materials are buyers’ delights when done right. The key is to keep it clean and tidy.

Trend 20: Pink bathrooms

pink bathroom

This isn’t your 1970s pink bathroom. Buyers are willing to pay $5,392 extra for a home with a pink bathroom, but it should be modern and fresh. Scroll through Pinterest for inspiration if you’re digging this trend. Ofc, you also want to like the trend before investing in an upgrade.


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That said, 6 in 10 homeowners say they plan to implement at least one of the top 20 trends this year, and if they did all 20, they could increase the value of their home by $125,915! Do what you love and your efforts will eventually pay off. Have fun decorating!

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All photos via Rated People, unless otherwise noted.

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