The world of interior design and decoration is gaining more and more followers eager to learn about the new trends that will take our homes by storm. This year, some currents that have already been seen continue their reign, while others make their triumphal entry.
Nature, sustainability, organic materials, curved shapes and the use of colors have a great presence in the decoration this year. There are currents that can be adapted to different styles, and applied both on a large scale and through small objects.
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Here is a screenshot of the main trends for our homes in 2023.
1. The triumph of curved shapes
It was already prevailing last year and this year it is consolidated: the bold trend proposes eliminating the edges of the design and adopting, instead, the sinuosity. The result is rooms, furniture and accessories with curved and rounded shapes, which provide dynamism and fluidity.
The armchairs with sinuous lines are a must within the bold trend. (Photo: Pinterest)
2. Materials inspired by nature
After the pandemic, nature became more and more present inside homes, through plants and through materials and textures that recall it. We are talking about wood, stone, marble, ceramics and natural fibers, and textiles such as linen and cotton.
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These materials are sustainable and beautifully imperfect, and add warmth to environments.
3. Colors invade the home
In 2023 it’s time to say goodbye to absolute white, because colors dominate spaces. Natural and warm colors (such as beige, sand, gray and terracotta) are great allies for decorating; and Viva Magenta, the color of the year according to Pantone, is also used.
4. Iridescent trend, a bet for the most daring
Continuing in line with color, the iridescent trend opts for materials that reflect the colors of the rainbow to achieve a striking play of light and shine. Not suitable for everyone, it allows you to create super original spaces, and can be introduced through small objects.
The iridescent trend is committed to the games of light and shine. (Photo: Pinterest)
5. Open kitchens are imposed
Kitchens integrated into large spaces with the dining room and living room continue to be a trend, and bars and islands become their great allies. We see more and more bright and spacious kitchens, which use -like the rest of the house- natural materials.
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