The New Year gives everyone a fresh start, perspective, and goals. Whether with your career or personal life, the beginning of the year offers the opportunity to try something different, including your home.
So, according to experts, if you’ve been considering a home renovation, you may want to know the trends we expect to see in 2023. Then, see which you want to incorporate in your house makeover.
Green is still in
Green living continued to rise in popularity in the past years, and it will continue to grow this 2023. It’s a trend that will be here for a long time because of its many benefits. Using green products helps save the environment.
Moreover, it also helps save money in the long run. For instance, using energy-efficient appliances and solar panels significantly cut electric costs. So, if you have old appliances you wish to dispose of, consider replacing them with power-saving ones.
Mixing different textures
Interior design professionals predict that layered texture will also be a hit. It means using different textures in various articles at home to make them more interesting and appealing.
For example, in your living room, you may use woven throw pillows on a leather couch, a faux fur rug on the floor, and a wooden table with satin pleated lampshades for accent.
These lampshades come in various patterns, so you can choose one that matches your taste. Moreover, they are handmade, so the intricacy and quality differ from the common lampshades you find in the market.
Living spaces outdoors
The pandemic may be over, but it greatly impacted how homeowners use their spaces. An increasing number of people added an outdoor living room or kitchen, so they are not only bound inside the house but can also hang out and entertain guests outside without leaving their homes.
If you have ample space in your backyard, these are excellent upgrades that you will love because they are investments that you can enjoy for a long time.
Because of a busy lifestyle, people are looking for ways to make their homes more relaxing and recharge by the end of the day.
Some upgraded their bathrooms to enjoy a spa-like experience at home, and this trend will be bigger this year. Clean the space, and add candles and plants to create a calming atmosphere.
Furniture with curves will also be in, like chairs with curved arms. These pieces make the space look warmer and more inviting instead of the cold and stiff feel that those with sharp edges give.
There are many options to choose from when it comes to style and colour, so you don’t have to compromise your taste.
Although many companies are now back to their regular office operation, there are still those that allow employees to work from home. If you work remotely, consider having a dedicated home office.
Decide which of these trends to incorporate in your home. Then, choose to invest in those you will enjoy not just this year but in the future.