10 Design Trends That Home Owners Are Considering for 2023
  1. Multi-Zone Kitchens: Kitchens traditionally use a three-zone work triangle connecting the refrigerator, sink and stove. More and more homeowners are adding touchpoints and creating additional workspaces. Designers are calling this trend "work trapeze," which can include areas dedicated to baking, prepping and chopping, or separate stations for snacks, drinks and homework.
  2. Wall lights: There is growing interest in swivel arm lights and other wall lights. In addition to being decorative, wall sconces have the advantage of adding task lighting around a sink or stove. The wall sconce brings a sculptural element above the eye level and adds a bit of shimmer through its metal finish, two details that help break up a wall of cabinets or tiles. Additionally, wall sconces with swinging arms are a good solution for adding accent lighting to open shelves to highlight items on display.
  3. Rejuvenating Bathroom Design: Bathrooms are designed to help relieve stress. 41% of homeowners who remodeled their bathroom said they wanted the new space to have a more relaxed vibe. Some homeowners are rejuvenating with steam showers, aromatherapy shower heads and tub fillers that can hold a cup of tea or wine.10 Design Trends That Home Owners Are Considering for 202
  4. Extra Large Rectangular Tile: Large rectangular tiles help to visually expand small spaces, and fewer grout lines mean less cleaning. Larger tiles are used in several classic patterns, such as herringbone, stacked and brick, the designer said. Designers recommend using a matte finish on bathroom tiles for less slip resistance.
  5. Brown and beige are making a comeback: warm taupe, beige, sand—earth tones are gaining popularity. Some designers say the trend is an evolution of the whites and grays that have been popular in recent years, and brown as an accent color works well to add warmth to palettes of these colors.
  6. Home Offices and Nooks: As remote working increases, homeowners are creating productivity spaces for offices, study nooks and even backyard sheds, and they're likely to remain high in 2021.whatsapp-image-2022-06-09-at-131247-2-3
  7. Perfect backdrop for video conferencing: Homeowners feel they need an aesthetically pleasing backdrop for their video conferencing and are discovering the art of a good vignette. Great artwork, splashes of color, good lighting, a little greenery, and objects of varying sizes can create a stylish setting for a meeting while also adding comfort to our homes.
  8. Open floor plan scrutiny: Perhaps no other design element has received more scrutiny this year than open floor plans. Anyone who has multiple family members trying to video conference in an open layout at the same time will quickly realize the downside of the lack of walls. While this sleek floor plan is unlikely to go away, many homeowners are considering sliding doors or dividers that can close off rooms for privacy.
  9. Pergola: To expand the usable living space, homeowners turn their attention to the outdoors. To create an inviting outdoor space, they added a pergola, a relatively quick and affordable solution. These structures add shade to dining, lounging, and other outdoor activities.
  10. Backyard Sheds and ADUs: For even more privacy, some homeowners add a dedicated area to their backyard that is separate from the main house. A backyard shed or additional living unit (ADU) is a great solution for adding space to your own. These free-standing structures will be used as home offices, gyms, meditation areas or extended living spaces to accommodate relatives or children who have had to stay home due to the pandemic.


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