Six Interior Design Trends For 2023 Lisa September 22, 2022

Six Interior Design Trends For 2023

Are you considering giving your home a facelift next year, but lack some basic inspiration? If so, researching the key 2023 interior design trends is a must.   

By definition, interior design is the art of enhancing the interior of a building to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for the people using the space. While good interior design will usually mean different things to different people, there’s a few fundamentals when it comes to getting it right, such as achieving a sense of balance. 

Despite its importance in turning a house into a home, it’s for this very reason that many homeowners can quickly get overwhelmed when it comes to choosing a style that best suits the property and best reflects their personalities. As such, paying attention to the key interior design trends is not only a way to get inspired, but to future proof the aesthetics of your home. 

Our Top Interior Design Trends To Watch For Next Year

For first time renovators, navigating interior design trends can be a tricky task. Nobody wants to end up with a finished product that looks dated or tired just a few short years after completing a renovation, but nor do many of us want to play it safe.
For homeowners that plan to use 2023 as a time to reinvigorate their abode or are perhaps building their dream one from scratch, staying ahead of the key interior design trends will help to ensure that your property’s facelift won’t fall out of favour in the immediate future.

Travertine Tiles – As travertine is a popular type of limestone, a natural stone deposited across mineral springs, it’s set to be a popular addition as a bathroom floor tile as we head into a new year. While it is known to have a concentric or fibrous appearance and perfect to lay in large outdoor paving areas, it also has a unique ‘day spa’ sense of luxury about it too. 

Big Colour Palettes – While greys and beiges have long been in favour, interior design trends are now transitioning towards a bolder, brighter colour palette that introduces vibrant hues of blue, turquoise, sea green, terracotta, orange and other colours. If you don’t want to commit to these tones long term, consider experimenting with furniture, rugs and artwork. 

Textured Walls – Whether limewash treated, plaster coated or painted a certain way, textured walls are a new trend that is predicted to be popular with homeowners who don’t want to go too wild with colour. Whether it’s for your walls or your ceilings, popular options include Mediterranean plaster, Venetian plaster and even timber. 

Mid-Century Modern – By definition, mid-century modern home designs stem from an American movement popular from approximately 1945 to 1969, or the middle of the century. As the antithesis of minimalism, it’s becoming an incredibly popular way to upcycle or reuse preloved furniture with a contemporary twist while paying homage to older homes. 

Home Office Essentials – With just over 20% of the Australian workforce still working from home, any home renovation project should now include a home office. Thankfully, the good news is that this term covers a broad range of design options, such as allocating a whole room, a secret nook or even a bench space near a window in the living room. 

Multi-Generational Homes – With property prices staying stubbornly high, a growing number of Australian households are embracing multi-generational living. If you’re thinking about renovating this year and want to instantly add value to your property, consider investing in a high quality granny flat to expand your available space. 

If you’re thinking about giving your property a facelift in the new year or are ready to take the plunge and build the home of your dreams from scratch, then it’s important to partner with an industry professional who has the skills and experience to bring your vision to life – but where do you find them?

Partner With The Experts On Construction 

Whether you’re considering a residential or commercial facelift, it’s always important to speak to a professional before you start tearing down a wall or two. In operation for over ten years, Brisbane based Kibo Constructions believe that quality, reliable workmanship with an honest approach shouldn’t be the exception to the rule. 

With a wealth of experience already under our belts, our in house joinery provides access to having your very own custom home furniture and features such as tables, desks, shelves and drawers to fit any space or design requirements necessary. By working closely with our clients, we ensure that the entire process is both a transparent and enjoyable experience from start to finish.

If you know that there’s an upcoming project for you, your brand or your business, we would love the opportunity to provide a quote – you might be pleasantly surprised at the result. As we specialise in commercial, hospitality and residential fitout options in Brisbane and the Gold Coast, please get in touch to discuss how we can bring your vision to life. 

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