Style is a way to express personality. However, it is important to know certain trends so that they can be a guide and inspiration when decorating a space.
Where will interior design and decoration lean in 2023?
Later, the main trends for this year according to researchers and experts on the subject will be presented.
1. CURVED SHAPES
Objects with organic shapes and curves allow places to be more friendly, kind, dynamic and provide more dimension.
These silhouettes are inspired by the 70's and provide a vintage touch.
These will be reflected in arches, armchairs, sofas, any piece of furniture, rugs, decoration or wallpaper.
For a long time, neutral colors were used as essential tones in homes. However, due to the 2023 color of the year “VIVA MAGENTA”, earthy, warm and brighter colors, such as terracotta, reddish brown and burnt oranges, are back to provide cozy, clean and natural places.
Darker colors such as chocolate or caramel for furniture will be essential this year, as it is related to more natural finishes, an interest that consumers are looking for today.
In addition, these types of tones are classic, since they provide warmth, security and cozy areas compared to lighter tones.
4. SUSTAINABLE OR DURABLE PRODUCTS
Consumers are looking for products that are environmentally conscious, biodegradable or of quality that last for a long time. They want to obtain more natural items and finishes for the decoration of their homes.
5. TEXTURES AND PRINTS
One of the main elements for this year will be fabrics, as they will add elegance and visual attention to beds and sofas due to their touch, visual attention and variety of textures.
Plain fabrics will not be the only protagonists in textiles, but also the mixture of textures and prints will be a trend in the coming months, both in curtains and in cushions.
One of the most used textures will be velvet, since it offers convenience and comfort to certain spaces thanks to its feel.
6.Lamps and decorations
Lighting will play an important role during these seasons, as it will be noticed in chandeliers, hanging and even in small rooms such as buro lamps with different textures and prints.
Author | Jimena Chavez