It should come as no surprise that the upcoming home trends for 2023 revolve around bringing people together by entertaining at home and utilising each space to its fullest. Recycled materials, thoughtful products, and sustainability are also elements that have been incorporated into these trend predictions. Read on to discover how to keep up with home trends this year.
Entertaining at home
Since things are returning to normal, it appears that hosting friends and family is more common, and staying in is the new going out. Hosting at home is an emerging trend that we expect to see grow into 2023. People investing in their homes more and more and creating entertaining spaces within their homes mean the home improvement industry will benefit from this. Home improvements such as conservatories, orangeries, and roof lanterns will see an increase in popularity as these are often used for creating stunning entertainment spaces.
In 2022, we saw a trend for fluid lines and snuggly materials, and that’s set to continue into 2023, with a real focus on cosiness in the home and soft, welcoming furniture. We’ll see calm and restorative spaces that use beautiful natural materials and textures. Spherical shapes and rounded edges will be popular when it comes to furniture and lighting—and even on prints in artwork and on rugs too. Although these shapes feel naturally calming, they can still make show-stopping pieces. After more than two years of turbulence, we’re looking to our homes for comfort. Furthermore, for improved cosiness in your home, consider installing double glazed doors and windows for a draught free home.
Pantone’s Colour Of The Year – Viva Magenta
We adore Pantone’s selection of the vivid and daring Viva Magenta (Pantone 18-1750) as the Colour of the Year for 2023. Traditionally, the crimson hue represents courage and fearlessness, optimism and joy, as well as tenacity and creative problem-solving to make the world a better place. If you’re looking to spruce up your home this year, a colourful, bright feature wall in this shade could be just the trick.
Dark and Textured Worktops
It has been all about light, neutral kitchens with matching kitchen worktop ideas for a while, but this year that is going to change as more black and dark-coloured surfaces come into fashion. You can anticipate seeing more and more black worktops pair wonderfully with coloured cabinetry as well, offering an elegant and dramatic contrast to a predominantly white or light, neutral kitchen. Our range of aluminium windows in dark colours would fit perfectly with this style and offer a smart and sleek element to your home.
Multifunctional Spare Rooms
While during the pandemic, bedrooms were used as offices, it appears that in 2023 we will prefer desks in spare bedrooms or living spaces. Many people’s return to the workplace has necessitated a new adaptation of the spare room and home office. This year, the spare room is expected to serve multiple purposes.
Overall, the main decorating trend this year will undoubtedly be to be bolder and more expressive than ever before as we re-engage with a world that has felt distant to us since the pandemic years. Choose colours that are more daring, embrace patterns more, mix your styles if it makes you happy, and revel in the unexpected.
Make more informed decisions when updating your home in 2023, as sustainability continues to be at the forefront of people’s minds. Don’t be afraid to re-use, recycle, and re-imagine items that might seem “out of style.”
For more information about home improvements contact a member of our team at Trade2Trade or browse our website for more inspiration.
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