Shapes and shades, textures and tones, patterns which will transform your house
Flux and transformation are constants in life. We look forward to what’s new and exciting with every coming day. And in 2023, we’re bound to see interior design trends that thrill with the unknown.
Focus On Wellness
Art Decoration Return
Beloved styles from the past are in trend. And as interiors move away from the absoluteness of minimalism, we’re seeing a renewed interest in more decorative styles, like Art Decoration. The people in living spaces again discover brighter colours, Geometric patterns, and symmetry.
Workplace with Feel
The workplace is redefined whether at home or in an office. Yet, only now do these spaces see highly individualized designs. The office may include elements that make work more comfortable. From furniture design to layout to indoor turf, the workspace gets a happy makeover to increase its use and employee efficiency. And if you’re working from home, then set up the interior to your precise needs.
Maximize Natural Light
The more we know what benefits human working, the more we’ll see those elements in interiors – where possible. Natural light is one aspect magnified in current and coming designs. There’s a renewed focus on maximizing natural light with big, bare windows, white, and reflective surfaces as natural light can improve our sleep patterns, focus, and mood. Plus, it helps us produce vitamin D!
Yes to Curves
Arcs and rounded shapes have been making their way into interiors for a while now. Crescent sofas, tulip and egg chairs, and circular rugs took centre stage bit by bit. Now, 2023 home décor trends are moving on. Say hello to oblong mirrors, architectural details, and mushroom lighting. Cabinets, credenzas, and nightstands also have a curvier outlook for the future.
Experimenting with size, scale, and proportion can bring the most attractive results. Whether intentional or not, designers stumbled on creating oversized lights, and we couldn’t be more grateful. Not only does boldly sized lighting grab anyone’s attention, but they look exquisite in a similarly proportioned setting. After all, the result should give many interiors a designer edge in the coming years.
We know and love plants in interiors, but what will be a constant favourite hold for the future? As indoor-outdoor living gains traction, the boundaries between the two blur even more. This can mean wilder and larger-scale indoor plants as well as rockeries or gardens incorporated in a building’s structure. Redefined offices are sure to enjoy the trend too.