The top interior design trends might be surprising if you’ve gotten used to the ever-popular grey color palette. Following design trends for model homes can be tricky. Too trendy and you risk looking outdated in a short time. Not trendy enough and your models won’t stand out. The trick to satisfying each objective is to go high trend on easy to trade out items like pillows and home accessories and classic on hard to replace items. The beauty of living in a digital world is that you can really go all out on trends in your photo real renderings. BDX, Interior Designer, Cecilia Gonzalez weighs in on how to leverage current design trends in your renderings and model homes.
1. Nature-inspired colors
A rollover from last year, nature-inspired colors and design are here to stay. Soft, muted colors like sage green, deep blues, and dusty pinks are popular choices. These colors evoke a sense of calm and relaxation, creating a peaceful environment in your homes.
2. Statement ceilings
Statement ceilings are making a comeback in 2023. Whether it's a textured or patterned wallpaper, a bold color, or even a mural, there are so many ways to add visual interest to your ceiling. It's a great way to add a touch of personality to your home and make a statement.
3. Multifunctional Spaces
In 2023, we are seeing a shift towards more multifunctional spaces in new homes. Open concept living spaces that can be used for dining, working, and entertaining are becoming increasingly popular. This trend reflects the changing needs of homeowners who want more flexibility and versatility in their living spaces.
4. Bold Patterns
Bold patterns are making a statement in 2023, with everything from geometric shapes to floral prints. Using patterns in your home design can create a sense of drama and add interest to any space. Whether it's a patterned rug or wallpaper, incorporating bold patterns can create a unique look in your new home. Not ready to go all in? Wallpaper is a popular choice for the powder room.
5. Natural Materials
Natural materials such as wood, stone, and clay are becoming more popular in-home design in 2023. These materials create a warm and inviting atmosphere and are great for creating a connection to nature. Whether it's a wooden coffee table or a stone fireplace, incorporating natural materials can add a touch of earthiness to your new home.
6. Conversational Arrangements
While the focus during the pandemic was enjoying your own personal space in as many ways as possible, the designs of 2023 are moving towards less focus on TV centered spaces. Home shoppers still love their TV, but intimate places for a cup of coffee and a conversation should be a visual priority as our sense of community returns.
In conclusion, these are the top interior design trends for new houses in 2023. From nature-inspired colors to bold patterns, incorporating these design trends can help you create a home that is both modern and timeless. As an interior designer, I am excited to see how these trends will inspire the design of new homes in the coming year. Get in touch if you would like more information on working these trends into your renderings.
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