Amelia Laster’s crystal ball tells her that 2023 is bringing new changes in design trends!
“2023 will be the return of color and detail to interiors,” says Amelia. “After reviewing every Design Forecast to hit my inbox and more, here are the ones I predict we’ll see in our area.”
They started making a comeback in furniture about six months ago in arch-topped curios, camelback sofas, and headboards. 2023 will see the return of arched openings, door designs, and cabinet doors.
Buyers will be more concerned with the longevity of the home and the products within. Millennial buyers are becoming the next generation of thrifters and vintage shoppers, but sustainability drives them over the history behind an item.
It’s just expected now. I guess if it’s not smart, it’s dumb. You can reposition and change the lighting on recliners with an app on your phone. If you buy case goods from a major furniture producer, you can bet that charging ports will be integrated into the design in some fashion – upholstery pieces too! App-based appliances, toilets, lighting… it’s everywhere!
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Millennials have discovered the early 2000s design trends and are bringing them back with a modern twist, with some hits from the 70s and 80s mixed in for good measure.
Gilded mirrors and wall art, warm colors and dark accents (especially from Tuscan palettes), velvet, intricate florals in upholstery and artwork, turned legs, and heavy molding in furniture. If you remember the dainty floral patterns of the 80s (Little House on the Prairie, anyone?), you’ll see them all over pillows and wallpaper now!
Also, expect a resurgence in Architectural elements and details, but only a little of it here or there. A fireplace mantel with molding and character, a cased doorway upon entry from the foyer, or wainscoting as an accent, a lot of which they’ll tackle on their own after moving in if it doesn’t come with the house.
Minimalist Home Design
Amelia… how can DETAIL be all the rage and Minimalism be a thing too? The shell of the home will be simple. Buyers are choosing to add less.
Decorative ceiling details are out, and fewer decorative light fixtures are selected over using more efficient lighting to keep the ceiling line clean, simplifying the design of the kitchen with straight-lay cabinets and keeping spaces uncluttered, less detail in the design of the home itself and more in what’s used to furnish the home.
The minimalist maximalist has arrived. Sustainability is more than the products used; it’s also creating a space that will last over time through all trends.
2023 will prove to be an interesting year in Design. Ironwood and Pebble Wood models will debut in the first quarter and we’ll be bringing several of these trends to fruition.
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