Interior design is constantly evolving, and each new year brings new trends and styles to consider. As we look ahead to 2023, there are several key trends that are poised to make a big impact on the world of interior design.
Sustainable materials. In recent years, there has been a growing awareness of the impact that our actions have on the environment, and this is reflected in the increasing popularity of sustainable materials in interior design. Expect to see more natural materials like bamboo, cork, and reclaimed wood being used in everything from flooring and furniture to wall coverings and accents. At housecosy we love using reclaimed and sustainable materials in our products. Our Matilda sideboard uses woven hemp to create a stylish and unique door front to the 4 door ash wood sideboard.
Biophilic design. The biophilic design trend is all about incorporating elements of nature into the built environment. This can include everything from incorporating live plants and greenery into a space to using natural materials and colours. Biophilic design has been shown to improve overall well-being and productivity, so expect to see more homes and businesses incorporating this style in the coming year.
Mixed metallics. In 2023, you'll see more designers combining different types of metal accents in one space. Using a mix of metals like brass, gold, silver, and black can give a room a unique and layered look. As with all these trends, it is about creating depth and depth to the space and giving people something interesting to look at, a balanced space but with a twist.
Deep, rich colours. Dark, moody colours like navy blue, forest green, and wine are becoming increasingly popular in interior design. These colours create a sense of drama and sophistication and work well in both traditional and contemporary spaces. Expect to see more of these rich, deep colours in 2023, particularly in accent walls and statement pieces like furniture and art. These colours compliment other luxe interior design materials like ribbed/fluted glass and tambour doors. Our Hyde fluted glass storage unit would work perfectly in such a room!
The return of Art Deco. With the popularity of the Netflix series “Hollywood” and recent cinema productions, the Art Deco style of the 1920s and 1930s is making a comeback (if it ever went away?). You'll see an increase in geometric patterns, bold colours, and metallic accents in furniture, lighting and accessories. This aesthetic can create a sense of glamour, luxury, and elegance in any room.
High-tech living. As technology continues to advance, it's no surprise that it's playing a bigger role in interior design. More homeowners are incorporating smart home technology into their homes, and with the advent of 5G networks, expect the integration of technology to be more seamless than ever. From automated lighting and temperature control to voice-activated appliances, the possibilities for high-tech living are endless.
These are just a few of the many trends that are likely to shape interior design in 2023, but as always, the most important thing is to choose a style that speaks to your personal taste and creates a space that you love!
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