Sustainability and eco-consciousness. As awareness of environmental issues continues to grow, expect to see more homes and interiors designed with sustainability in mind, using materials and techniques that minimize waste and reduce energy use. Eco-friendliness is still a trend, but also almost a classic, because it's worth protecting the environment not only when it's fashionable. Here we give the green light to all recycled materials and naturalness.
Comfort-focused design. The pandemic was a long time ago, but it still affects us. For example, it reminded us that home is a place where you should be comfortable and cozy at all times. Fans of this trend prefer huge sofas in which you can drown, soft cushions and no plankton office style.
Blurring of indoor and outdoor spaces. Designs that blur the lines between indoor and outdoor spaces, incorporating elements of nature and the outdoors into interior design, are becoming more popular. With this trend, you can make the interior of the whole house in one piece. One room will visually flow seamlessly into the other. It will have the effect of a home museum, where each thing is connected to the other.
Bold and vibrant colors. Bold, bright colors are expected to be a popular trend in 2023, used to create a lively and energetic atmosphere in interiors. And it's a field where you can address fashion. Open fashion shows for 2023, write down the colors you like and their combinations, apply them to the interior and get a doubly on-trend home. Not bad, is it?
Mixed materials. Expect to see more eclectic combinations of materials in interior design, including mixing natural materials like stone and wood with metal, glass, and other modern materials. Let your imagination run free, and the result might surprise you favorably. Whether it's concrete mixed with wood, experimentation and novelty are what rule the 21st century.