2023 looks like it’s going to be a fun year for interior design. There is a lot of playfulness and whimsy currently in the air, which means that there is plenty of creativity available that designers can take advantage of. Are you interested in redecorating your home? Would you like to make some changes to make your property stand out? If so, then you have come to the right place, as all of the exciting interior design trends that will be on show in 2023 are going to be discussed in more detail below, so be sure to keep reading to find out more.
Style, these days, is surrounded by uniqueness. People want their homes to look unlike any other home and, as such, look out for furniture and colour schemes that cannot be duplicated. One of the most effective ways that this can be seen is with the increased purchase of a lot of handmade furniture. People love handmade furniture because it offers their home something unique that cannot be replicated. Not to mention, access to as much has become easier, thanks to the growth in popularity of sites such as Etsy. As a result, it’s likely more people are going to begin purchasing handmade furniture from independent sellers, rather than settling on bulk products from IKEA.
The Future Is in the Past
Interior design is currently looking backwards to influence how it might move forward, and specifically back to the 70s. There has always been the concept of vintage looming around but now it is making its way into the mainstream. The 70s are coming back in full force, as people are starting to use warm brown, red, and gold tones like honey, paprika, and clay as the base for their interior design. Usually, such bold colours would only be used on a feature wall, but now, they are standing out as a foundational colour. The 70s are also making an appearance in the likes of soft shapes and a much more relaxed style in furniture. It is exciting to see an era with such creative interior design make a comeback and it will be interesting to see how this might be used more moving forward.
Comfort Is Key
Finally, a massive part of interior design this year is going to be the prioritisation of comfort. Cocooning furniture and rounded forms of gorgeous textures that are soft and comforting will be used a lot in the finished product of properties. These originally shot to popularity during lockdown as people relied on comfort more given how much time they were spending at home, and now, those comforting features have been redesigned so that they can be incorporated into properties, but look interesting as well. There are a lot of warm neutral colours used in these products and gold accents as well. The designs tend to be minimalist, creating a much more homely manner than people will have expected previously.