Interior design specialist Hovia has provided a list of trends predicted to increase in popularity throughout 2023, including a boost for indoor stone.
The right colors
For walls and furniture, Hovia suggests homeowners might go in one of two directions: natural colours to embrace the calm vibe of earth tones or, for a pop of colour, mellow and tranquil blues and greens, with an addition of soft pinks and lavender, and soft gold trims.
This prediction is backed by the firm’s latest sales data regarding the most popular colours. This shows how buyers started purchasing these specific colours already during this year, strengthening the idea that greens, blues and natural colours have been and will be on trend.
Straight lines and geometry are out, curves and movement are in, the design firm says. One of the most promising trends of this winter are curves, and to achieve this style, homeowners won’t need to redo their whole house. In fact, the design specialist says, just an arched doorway or some fun and lively piece of furniture such as a curved sofa could do the trick.
“It’s the return of the 60s and 70s in our living rooms, bedrooms and kitchens,” says Hovia. Items such as statement sofa, or an adorned cupboard will be the star of the room, and homeowners can these items with soft colours and sleek curves for a house in 2023 trend style.
Add some texture
Adding character to any room without making it tacky might be tricky, and that’s where marble comes to rescue. An unexpected texture which is still elegant and smooth, it will catch the eye without being too loud.
“Your home can definitely be whatever you would like it to be, so why not a garden?” Indoor gardening, plants and more earthy pieces are part of an interior trend which has been building over the last several years, but Hovia says it will only grow more popular this year.