Interior in Fashion: Ways to Make Your Home Trendy

Interior design is a constantly evolving field, with new trends emerging each year. 2023 is no exception. There are a variety of interior styles, but only a few of them are worth your attention.

Marika team and AI have teamed up to explore this year's hottest interior trends that will create an art splash in your apartment and make it unique.
Japandi is a hybrid interior style that blends Japanese and Scandinavian design principles. Minimalistic, clean, and aesthetically pleasing, it emphasizes natural materials and neutral color palettes, focusing on simplicity and functionality.

Write it down to send it to your interior designer: a mix of clean lines and natural wood; colors like white, beige, and gray, with touches of black and warm wood tones. It's a skillfully crafted cocktail of two styles with Norwegian Forest syrup and cream called "Japanese Concise." The main rule of the style is "quality over quantity," so furnishings are simple and functional. To deep householders into complete zen, there are elements of nature, such as plants and flowers, to bring the outdoors in.
Memphis, a postmodern design style, appeared in 1980 but gained the most popularity today. The story of the birth is rather inspiring, and it suits the reality of our days when the younger generations defy standards and traditions. The style takes its name from the Memphis Group, a collective of designers who sought to challenge well-known and deeply rooted design principles and create something new and exciting.

The Memphis style is known for its use of bright, eye-catching colors, such as hot pink (say hello to Valentino's fuchsia, dear), yellow, and turquoise, as well as its use of geometric shapes and patterns. Furniture and accessories have an intentionally quirky, playful aesthetic and are often made from plastic or laminate. Want your house to be eco-friendly? Step 1: search for plastic recycling furniture companies. Step 2: create your own Memphis house. Step 3: live in your most environmental space, made in bold and "young" style.
Art Deco
Emerged in the 1920s and 1930s, art deco is like a modern monarch if it were an interior style. Hard to imagine, but once you'll see it in real life you'll fall in love and never think about your "interior exes." The style is characterized by bold geometric shapes framed and united with metallic details which surprisingly and stunningly mixed with traditional and modern materials. It was inspired by the era's fascination with modern technology and the rise of luxury, and it has since become synonymous with Hollywood glamour and luxury living. As they say, if you want to live as DiCaprio or Angelina Jolie, art deco is your guide and tool.

When building a home in this style, don't be afraid of zig zags, chevrons, and sunbursts, as well as gold, silver, and bronze. That stuff is suspicious but will definitely make your space gorgeous. Choose furniture made of velvet, leather, and exotic woods with features like clean lines and elegant curves. Mirrored surfaces are a must-be so if you or your partner adore buying everything glassy at IKEA, it's your time to shine, literally and figuratively.
Detailed Trends
Remember that you're not limited in your interior design choices. The above styles may appeal to you, but not so much that you decide to use them. In that case, I've put together more detailed trends that you can implement in any space.
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.

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