Interior Design Trends 2023 You Need To Know
The Salone del Mobile in Milan sets the stage for interior design trends 2023. This event draws in the who’s who of the interior design world. But most importantly, the latest designs showcased at the event have a ripple effect on trends worldwide, from Europe to Australia.
Martina Hayes and her team are dedicated to providing you with the latest interior design trends for 2023 sourced directly from this world-famous furniture exhibition. With our expertise, our team can guide you in bringing these trends into your home decor and creating a stunning, contemporary living space.
Trend goes to solid-coloured surfaces
One of the most noticeable trends this year is the dominance of solid-coloured surfaces. From sideboards to side tables and consoles to cupboards, furniture items in red and blue hues are everywhere. Most of these colours are tastefully muted, but you’ll find some brighter shades too.
Stained Marble a strong interior design trend 2023
For those a bit more adventurous with colour, select a marble finish in a burnt orange hue to be in vogue when it comes to interior decoration. However, neutral stone and marble finishes with impressive veins in off-white, grey or beige tones are still going strong.
Bulky armchairs still en vogue
Instead of elegant-legged lounges, designers have brought back bulky armchairs and cozy couches without legs. This design brings warmth and atmosphere, especially when you have a large-scale living room to decorate.
Outdoor furniture design trends 2023
Outdoor furniture featuring a rope-like woven look shows no signs of slowing down. On the contrary, as those man-made materials have a beautiful natural look while having hardy outdoor attributes.
Timber centrepieces create a wow effect
An interesting interior design trend in 2023 is that timber veneer has almost disappeared in favour of solid timber finishes. Timber makes a bold statement as solid or elevated, becoming the celebrated focal point of a space.
Wallpaper adds texture to any room
When it comes to wall treatments that are neither painting nor timber, wallpaper remains the top choice. It can add texture and elegance to any space with many variations available, from subtle backdrops to bold, patterned feature walls. A revived trend from the 1970s involves photo wallpapers that display beach or forest scenes for you to immerse in. Irrespective of which wallpaper design you prefer, we like to use wallpaper in our interior designs by Martina Hayes because it can achieve any look you desire.
Despite being one of the most crucial elements in any successful interior design project, lighting is not always given enough importance. As a matter of fact, everything continues to revolve around lighting, and the choices have never been more creative and magnificent than today. The lighting trend of 2023 shows that lighting can be anything, from subtle or screaming, massive or tiny, but always in context to its space.
Most prominent interior design trend 2023
One prominent interior design trend observed at the Milan design exhibition is the growing popularity of eco-friendly alternatives that utilise recycled plastic. This trend is gaining momentum and will likely become even more popular and widespread soon. At Martina Hayes, we embrace the increasing shift towards greener production methods and using more environmentally friendly materials. We think promoting sustainability and preserving the planet for future generations is important.
If you would like our team to decorate your home using the latest trends, please get in touch with Martina at 0434 498 450 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, select the date below for a return call at your preferred time.