Design Trends to Help You Sell Your Home

Since last year’s spotlight shifted largely toward domestic life, house design has emerged as a noteworthy trend. As is the case every year, new interior design ideas will debut in publications, television shows, retail outlets selling home decor, and, ultimately, people’s houses in 2023.

There will be many kinds of interior design trends in 2023, from the rise of the multi-purpose workplace to the resurgence of the simple pleasures of old-school nostalgia to the preference for long-lasting, high-quality home equipment over cheap alternatives. These should be kept in consideration while selling your home with RealAdvisor.

The Hues of the Year 2023

Home decoration fans eagerly anticipate PANTONE’s “Color of the Year” announcement each year, as the company chooses one hue to represent the entire year.

This year, PANTONE referred to their color picks as “a marriage of color” that “conveys a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting.”

PANTONE 17-5104 Ultimate Gray + PANTONE 13-0647 Illuminating are two extremely distinct colors, but together they represent the harmony that you may find in a partnership. Its upbeat and positive undertone characterizes “Illuminating”, while “Ultimate Gray” is inspired by the unwavering strength of the earth’s constituent parts.

The use of colors that help us feel more rooted is expected to be a big trend this year, and earthy tones are predicted to play a big part in that.

The comfort color you’ve been looking for is Urbane Bronze, and if you’re looking for the perfect new interior and exterior project, Urbane Bronze is the color for you. In spaces decorated in this color, a sense of calm and peace is almost certain to be experienced.

Multi-Purpose Work Spaces

After the pandemic, life at home became significantly more difficult. If you need to use your area for many purposes, read on.

It is essential to note that taking cues from minimalist design and the rising popularity of small homes both encourage the use of furniture that serves several purposes in a single piece.

Convertible wall tables, extended console tables, and storage components that can conceal office or work supplies are just a few examples of possible solutions.

Some homeowners are no longer interested in purchasing homes with rooms that they can only use for a single activity during certain holidays or other special occasions. If your house has both a living room and a family room, you might want to transform one of these spaces into a multipurpose room that you can use for various purposes, such as working out, reading, or relaxing.

Grand Millennial”

Is there anything more reassuring than a visit to grandma’s house?

This fresh fashion trend is anticipated to be a significant focus for interior decorators in the following year. The term “Grand Millennial” refers to a movement that combines the edginess of modern style with the warmth and familiarity of classic nostalgia. It is a trend to keep an eye on because it attempts to capture the sensation that homeowners will be so desperately seeking in 2023.

Alongside their daring color contrasts, vintage details and classic motifs are returning in today’s fashion. These two opposing ideas have a way of complimenting environments even for the pickiest of home designers, which may sound crazy at first. Still, when you take a second look, you’ll see it’s possible.

Details in the decor can play a significant part in transforming your home in this way. Lampshades, accent cushions, antique paintings, and wallpaper for the bathroom or bedroom with a vintage feel are some ideas to consider.

Wicker/Rattan Furniture

Wickers and rattan are having a rebirth as the boho trend grows. Forget Golden Girls-style wicker and rattan patio furniture.

Rattan is weaved from palm stems and wicker from willow twigs. Both types are lightweight and indoor/outdoor. These natural materials offer warmth and lightness to any decor and are affordable. Depending on your style, you can find vintage and modern things.

Adding wicker storage is easy. You can decorate baskets, a hamper, and more. Pair wicker bedroom furniture with modern furnishings if you’re feeling daring. Rattan tables may give flexibility and the illusion of space to a narrow environment.

Shiplap Shipwrecked?

If you like “farmhouse chic,” you may not like this trend. Chip and Joanna Gaines’ famous design feature is shiplap, but it may be shipwrecked in 2023. Shiplap siding once used to cover boats, barns, and sheds became popular in the 2010s.

Wallpaper is a great way to add texture to a room in the new decade. Panorama murals, 3D surfaces, contemporary geometrics, and natural-inspired materials like grasscloth, cork, straw, and wicker are popular wallpaper themes.

Most design experts believe that shiplap is simply “out of sync with contemporary design trends,” not utterly antiquated. If you still adore decorating with shiplap, go for it!

Luke Hernandez

With a Bachelor’s in Architecture from UCLA, Luke Hernandez has been transforming spaces and providing home improvement advice for over 17 years. He also ran his remodeling firm and contributed to various home improvement magazines. He became a part of various websites in 2016, offering practical, hands-on advice for DIY enthusiasts and homeowners. He is passionate about sustainable building practices and is a weekend rock climber. His previous experience includes managing large-scale construction projects. He also enjoys woodworking and volunteering in community rebuilding projects.

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