There are several interior design trends that you should watch out for in the coming year. Some of these include using more natural materials in your home, such as wood and stone, and adding more plants to create a more relaxing environment. You might also want to consider using less traditional colors in your home, such as cool blues and grays, to give it a more modern look.
In addition to choosing non-traditional colors for your home, incorporating floor rugs in vibrant and bold patterns can further enhance the modern aesthetic. Opt for geometric designs or abstract motifs to create a visually striking contrast against the cool blues and grays. Floor rugs can serve as focal points in your rooms, adding texture and depth to the overall design
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David Clark, Basement Guides
In 2023, we’ll be returning back to indoor gardens. The biggest upcoming trend is being closer to nature. More and more people are opting to add natural elements to their interiors. As people move into apartments, the demand for green spaces is increasing drastically. On top of centering their interior around nature, people are also going for placing outdoor furniture inside.
Lily Willi, Everwallpaper
Cane and wicker furniture are going to be super popular in 2023. That’s because it embodies the sustainable lifestyle ethos, which is quite the trend currently, especially with the growing awareness around global warming.
Cane and wicker furniture is usually meant for the outdoors. But it is now making its way into indoor furnishings and will remain so in 2023. It adds a timeless, boho-chic aesthetic to the space, even bringing a bit of a vintage vibe to the classic contemporary home.
Aviad Faruzon, Faruzo
Interior designing isn’t always about going all out. Next year we will see people taking a sustainable approach. Thrifting is going to become common for everyone. It won’t be about saving money, but it’s more about the environment.
Old furniture will be restored into something new and exciting. So, you should keep an eye out for statement pieces that need little repair and attention to detail.
2023 will be about letting your creative genius loose. Hence, we’ll see designers experimenting with colors, patterns, and whatnot.
Jamie Penney, TheBackyardPros
Wickerwork is making a comeback on the design map. People have started to incorporate furniture and items made with natural reeds, rattan, and bark material into their interior designs. They want to add design pieces that have a story to tell and add a sustainable stance to their interiors.
Wickerwork products offer a chic status while also providing them with a sustainable living quintessence. It can be found in all kinds of houses, from high-end to downscaled, giving a Bohemian décor vibe everyone is craving at the moment, but in an elevated manner.
Sonia Navarro, Navarro Paving
Sage Green interior design is the trend that has caught everyone’s attention. As we know, working from home is the new way of our lives, and people want to create a space that brings calmness and relaxation. Using sage green wallpaper and keeping plants in the rooms will be one of the best ways to ensure the calming effect you need after working for hours.
Some examples of furniture that work well with this color scheme can include furniture made from natural rattan. Some accessories such as brass or copper light switches can bring a contrast. When looking at the options around you, it is worth considering what elements will blend to form a space that will provide warmth and comfort.
Peter Emmanuel, ByRossi
The Micro Luxury interior design trend will take the market by storm in 2023. All the credit goes to ever increasing demand for glamorous interiors combined with stringent budgets. This upgrade is ideal for a small space like a powder room, a galley kitchen or a nursery. It can mean either fitting out a whole room or just focusing on key elements such as walls. This mix of investment and cost-saving makes it the ideal interior design trend for 2023.
One way to achieve a micro luxury interior design trend is to focus on one particular element. This could mean a bathroom with a marble effect, gold taps or gold decorations. The approach is reflected in color schemes such as the rich purples and royal blue.
Kim Abrams, Abrams Roofing
Interior design trends for 2023 are vast and varied. Japandi is a fusion of Japanese and Scandinavian design principles. It creates an intriguing mixture of minimalism and efficiency. The less is more approach means you can still have stylish looking furniture. Japanese elements incorporate materials such as rattan and bamboo. Wallpapers such as Ink Blossoms and Takeda cherry blossoms can add extra distinct elements. The colors are Inner Earth (shades of brown), Calm Forest (shades of gray) and Natural Nude.The idea behind light colors is to provide the room with a calm feeling of relaxation.
Vera Kutsenko, Neverland
The more we know what benefits people, 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, whites, and reflective surfaces.
This interior trend makes smaller spaces appear much larger giving focus to the right spots. Moreover, natural light can improve our sleep patterns, focus, and mood. Plus, it helps us produce vitamin D! Using it as a trend in an effective way can make your home look more energized and makes you feel better too.
Jed Morley, VIP Contributor to ValiantCEO and the host of this interview would like to thank David Clark, Jamie Penney, Sonia Navarro, Lily Willi, Aviad Faruzon, Vera Kutsenko, Peter Emmanuel, and Kim Abrams for taking the time to do this interview and share their knowledge and experience with our readers.
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