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As we move into a new year, we leave old habits behind and look forward to new opportunities. While we make resolutions to learn a new language or take up cooking healthy dinners, our homes could also use a little revamping. We’re helping you get ahead of the trends and give you some interior design inspiration with our guide to all the new home trends 2023 has to offer.
Pops Of Primary Colour
While we love the calming aspect of minimalist interior design ideas, the grey and beige interiors of 2019 are coming to an end. Instead, designers are opting to get creative with bold splashes of colour. Adding some much-needed fun to your interiors is all the rage, and home experts are predicting primary colours will surge in popularity.
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Sam Bramley (the leading colour consultant for Lick) says that accents of yellow, red, and blue will be seen in plenty of homes this year. The three primary colours represent the mind, body, and soul - perfect for giving your interiors brightening spots of warmth.
Whether you use paint to create an accent wall or incorporate bright accessories, primary colours are timeless, and an excellent choice for colourful decorating that won’t go out of style.
Decorating With Sustainable Materials
Sustainability is becoming more and more important, with designers sourcing more natural materials for their interiors. Natural wood, rattan, and basketweave have all become commonplace - giving homes an organic look in the process.
Using materials like cork, wood, and rattan can create a grounding atmosphere and have you instantly feel at home. Even better, solid wood is a long-lasting choice for durable furniture. To add some depth to your home, try mixing textures and incorporating soft textiles like linen.
We love this coffee table by Julian Bowen, which features brushed metal legs and a basket weave drawer to give the simple oak table some added style.
Crafted Look Ceramics
The emphasis on environmentally conscious chic continues, and rugged ceramics are a must-have. Home accessories are a wonderful way to tie the look of your home together, and home decor trends for 2023 are focusing on durable pieces.
While polished pieces are a stunning touch, 2023 interior design will see a pivot towards ceramics that look handcrafted. Imperfections are usually seen as a negative, but this year is leaning into the “flawsome” aspect, with unique defects being seen as part of the look.
To try out this trend, add aged look ceramics to your shelves or incorporate interesting textures as a centrepiece.
A good side lamp is always an essential piece for any home, but this year, statement lamps are the main event. Interior designers have tipped even more natural materials making the cut this year, with ceramic and linen making a splash for table and floor lamps. Saturated colours are another big trend, with warm browns and oranges gaining popularity.
Creating a chic space that is unique to you and your home is a big part of interior design trends for 2023, so why not get creative? Whether it’s as a finishing touch or a signature piece, this year is all about making a statement.
Decorating On The Home Front
The entryway to your home is the first thing that welcomes you back after a long day, and the first impression guests have as they come through the door. While hallways are usually covered with kicked-off shoes and umbrellas, homes in 2023 are all about making small spaces stunning.
Pinterest is always one step ahead when it comes to home decor trends, and this year they’re predicting flawless foyers. Give your front door a transformation with high gloss front door paint, or get creative with greenery. A fashionable yet functional console table also helps add to your space, giving your home a fresh new look without much effort.
Neutral rugs will always be in style, but this year, home trends are going for a more maximalist feel. Wall art was one of last year's top interior trends; in 2023, rugs are a new way to incorporate unique design ideas into your home.
Living room floors are being turned into canvases, with statement rugs that are a standout decor piece. Whether you match one to your decor or opt for something that contrasts your current decor, this trend is all about bright colours and creative patterns.
Modern homes are all about bringing a sense of peace and well-being to your daily routine, and this trend is staying strong in 2022. Biophilic design is inspired by modern architecture and aims to bring our homes closer to nature. With an emphasis on greenery and natural light, this trend is wonderful for giving your space a down-to-earth feel.
This home decor style has been around for a while, however, the trend has become more and more popular in recent months. To incorporate this trend, plenty of plants are a must - chic pots and vases can help elevate the look. You can also include floral elements and botanical designs to give your rooms a unique fresh feel.
Green was the colour everyone was loving in 2022, and this year blue is having its moment. Interior designers predict that this year will be bold and bright. Ultramarine blue is set to be everywhere, from clothes to home accessories. A stunning and saturated colour, ultramarine blue brings life to any room.