However you may feel about trends, they’re basically impossible to ignore. You may not be one to change your space to meet every trend, but you will definitely be able to notice them in the spaces you find yourself at the most often. Whether that be your favourite local bar, your go-to beauty salon or the boutiques lining the streets in your favourite shopping precincts.
Here at Klemenza, we believe in keeping an eye on trends but ensuring your home stays true to your own personal preferences. After all, you want your home to be a reflection of your own taste, so it’s important to find that sweet spot and refrain from letting trends dictate every decision you make along the way.
Trends come and go, but if you’re in the middle of refreshing your home or starting your newest project, you’re probably wanting some inspiration into what trends you can expect to see sticking around for a little longer.
Keep reading to find out the trends we’re still loving & predicting will still be at the forefront of interior inspo for 2023.
Arcs are everywhere, from doorways and windows to curved sofas and bed heads.
Curves are arguably one of the most popular trends we have seen come out of 2023, and we believe it’s because adding curves can introduce a more relaxed and welcoming feel to a space, rather than harsh lines and corners.
Not to mention, it is one way to make a rather simple area feel far more interesting.
We’ve seen an influx of earth-inspired colours taking over the design world and we’re not surprised at all.
Biophilic design has been a leading trend in the design world over the past few years, especially since there has been an increase in the number of people working from home since the pandemic.
Incorporating elements of nature into your design will help to create a calm and welcoming feeling to the space, making you feel right at home!
Boucle has definitely been having a moment over the past year or two, and we don’t think it’s going anywhere anytime soon.
Originally created in 1948 but revolutionary Finnish-American Architect, Eero Saarinen, this chic trend has stood the test of time.
Usually found in white or cream, and on curved or rounded furniture, it instantly makes your space instantly look like it has been taken from a home design magazine.
If you’ve found yourself scrolling Pinterest or Instagram, you’ve probably come across an array of limewash & rendered walls.
While a coat of fresh paint is one way to spruce of a room, nothing adds texture and warmth to a dull space like this clever trend.
It is definitely one way to add that European feeling to your space, regardless of where you’re located.
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