What’s trending in 2023 in the world of interior design?

According to those in the know, traditional design is staging a slow but mighty comeback in the form of ornate woodwork and moulding, vintage-inspired artwork, romantic silhouettes, saturated colors, and pattern play. While most people will not want to spend on pure natural wood, there are several alternatives and lookalikes available for those willing to try it out.

Interior design trends seem to be taking a more eco-friendly approach as people are moving towards warm tones and natural elements not to forget recycled items. Decor elements made either from real or faux natural materials are in high demand, as they add a natural and authentic look to your space, besides being durable and light on the pocket.

For a calming, relaxed, and welcoming interior, earthy or nature-inspired tones are taking over as compared to the last couple of years. Hues such as ochre, tan, taupe, light pinks, and light greys are taking over bedroom colors and dining room schemes. These will continue to be big in 2024, predict the experts.

2023 interior design trends encourage organic tones and bold and exciting ones. Expect the unexpected, with unique color combinations creating the most inspiring spaces. Vibrant jewel-tone upholstery, for instance, can pair with earthy walls for a surprisingly balanced mix.

On the other hand, recyclable materials and reusable items are the first choice of homeowners and they also bring down costs. People have become highly conscious of the colours of their homes and it’s going to gain further significance in 2023-24. Pastel colours have been the popular choice for homeowners and an uptick is expected in the next one or two years.

Digital Lavender, Luscious Red, Sundial, Tranquil Blue and Verdigris are some of the color names for 2023, which are trending and “in” this year.

A range of technology and tech tools, including AR and VR technology, virtual staging platforms to show off designs to clients, and 3D modelling and 3D printing tools are available to designers to perform their professional work.

Home décor and design trends are primed to shift into earthy, texture-rich territory via brown and wooden furniture, handmade pieces, neutral color palettes, and bespoke touches that lend warmth and character to a space at the same time using either reusable material or faux materials.

While timeless white walls will never completely go out of style, many people are seeking more comfort and coziness at home in the form of painted nooks, moody wallpaper, warm wood tones, bold colors and rich, colorful upholstery, not to forget vibrant and energetic colors and shades.

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