Decor trends for 2023 are all about bringing a sense of comfort, sustainability and personalisation to your home. Here are some of the top decor trends that you can expect to see in 2023.
One trend we’re seeing is the rise of natural and recycled materials, such as wood, stone and linen. These materials bring a sense of warmth and connection to the earth. From repurposed furniture to eco-friendly materials, there are many ways to create a stylish and responsible home.
Our recently launched eco-friendly range of Roller, Roof Blinds and Roman Blinds has been woven with yarns made from recycled polyester. Polyester is a durable and versatile fabric, that’s also easy to clean.
Consider investing in pieces made from organic or recycled materials, or look for ways to upcycle and repurpose items you already own.
Muted colours are a decor trend that involves using softer, more subtle shades and is an alternative to bold, vibrant shades. This trend is often associated with a more minimalist or Scandinavian design aesthetic, as it creates a calming, peaceful atmosphere in a space.
Blinds and curtains in neutral colours are a great way of adding this trend to your decor. You can play with different textures and fabrics in muted tones and they’ll all bring that subtle sense of warmth to make your home feel extra homely.
Muted colours can include shades of grey, beige, pale blue and soft pink and are often used in combination with natural materials. Whether used as the main colour or as an accent, they can add depth and interest to any room.
This trend involves incorporating wood elements in warm, natural shades such as amber, oak and chestnut into home decor. By adding these warm wood tones, you can create a cosy and rustic feel that adds depth and texture to a room and can help create a sense of balance and harmony.
Bold reds are set to be a big decor trend in 2023. This dominating and striking colour can add a sense of drama and sophistication to any space. But how should you use this flaming shade in your home? Bold red – from earthy shades to rich jewel tones, can be used as an accent colour to add pops of interest to a neutral scheme, or it can be incorporated more prominently as a wall colour or in upholstery, such as plush rugs or cosy cushions. Full of positive energy, this vibrant and vivacious shade can create a warm and welcoming feel.
Burst of colour
This trend involves incorporating bold, vibrant colours into the decor through the use of statement pieces, such as colourful artwork, furniture or window covering. Those who want to inject some personality and liveliness into their space will love this trend.
Looking to stay extra trendy? Check the recently announced Pantone Colour of the Year and ways to use it in your home.