What is the trend forecasting interiors 2023?

1. Japanese Design with Contemporary Influences

Japanese design of any sort has always been well-loved in the design world. Minimal, clean, subtle, and yet always practical – Japanese design philosophy never fails, whether you’re trying to implement it in architecture or interiors. Homes with Japanese interiors tend to be warm, comforting, and extremely peaceful.

2. Resurgence of Art Deco

Interior designers are claiming that 2023 could be the year that Art Deco makes a comeback! Characterized by modernness and geometry, the essence of Art Deco is pretty simple – it utilizes a whole bunch of unique shapes, while also laying emphasis on art and luxurious materials, and then packs up the entire deal in a rather modern package.

3. 3D Printed Furniture

3D printing has well cemented its place in the design industry as a technique that is innovative, efficient, and economical. And it’s definitely making waves in furniture design and manufacturing. We, do see, 3D-printed furniture gaining popularity in 2023, because they are proving to be a rather sustainable and flexible option to fill up our homes with.

4. Smart Storage Solutions

Look, it’s no secret that the apartments on the market today seem to be getting tinier and tinier. You don’t need to actually buy a tiny home, our modern-day apartments are as tiny as a space can get. This space constraint issue isn’t one that will easily fade away in 2023, but what we can see rising up on the horizon are smart storage solutions.

5. New Tactile Materials

We do believe a wide range of new materials will be explored and utilized in 2023. Tactile materials that provide an expansive sensory experience will be chosen by designers. Humble materials such as brick, natural wool, and lime plaster walls could be dominating homes in 2023. Birch plywood will be replaced with newer materials such as oak, cherry, and red oak.

6. Sustainable Furniture will be a Necessity

Rather than being a trend, incorporating sustainability in our homes is going to become a necessity in 2023. Designers will continue to utilize resourceful materials, upcycle and reuse furniture designs, and reduce the use of plastic and other harmful materials in the manufacturing of furniture.

7. Bold and Quirky Furniture

Minimal furniture piece has and always will be a favorite among furniture designers and lovers, however, we do believe we will see a rise in bolder and more unconventional furniture. Neutral-toned furniture could take a backseat, as explorations in color and forms lead to designs that are bolder, louder, quirkier, and less boring.

8. Tiny Compact Kitchens

We believe in the might of tiny homes, but slowly and surely we’re believing in the might of tiny kitchens as well. If you truly take into consideration our hectic schedules, and our tiny cramped apartments, you’ll come to realize that we don’t really need sprawling, over-the-top kitchen counters. What we need are smaller, compact, and smartly designed kitchens that meet all our requirements, without occupying too much space in our homes.

9. Stools over Chairs

How much attention do you truly pay to stools? A negligible amount or none at all? Don’t worry, most of us make the same fatal mistake of overlooking stools when in actuality, they’re probably one of the handiest and niftiest furniture designs you could have in your home. They’re compact, and a great space-saving furniture option for our modern homes. They are also super portable, and could truly replace chairs in 2023, especially if you’re someone who’s looking for compact furniture pieces, rather than larger bulkier ones.

10. An Emphasis on Unconventional Lighting Fixtures

Lighting fixtures will be looked at in a new light in 2023! We will see designers and homemakers veering away from traditional and unconventional lighting designs, and instead moving towards ones that are louder and quirkier. These designs will be used as statement or centerpieces that will occupy a space of their own.

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