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Home Design Trends to Embrace in 2023
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Home Design Trends to Embrace in 2023

As we deck the halls and gather together this holiday season, the world is ready to take on a new year. It’s been a year for the history books, and after all of the challenges we’ve overcome together, it’s exciting to look forward to better days ahead. While many good things have happened this past year, 2023 is looking to be even better. It’s a cause for celebration!

With the world spending more time at home the past few years, there’s never been a better time to think about remodeling. Home design pros are already beginning to embrace design trends for 2023 that capture the spirit of optimism.

At Home Pro Transformations, our home remodeling team is loving many of the exciting home design trends on the horizon for the coming year. In this post, we’re capturing some of our favorites. Give us a call to discuss home remodeling ideas for your Rochester home today!

“Grand Millennial” Style

The concept of “Grand Millennial” decor is just making its way to the mainstream. But even without a name, this home decor style has already been dominating home design magazines and style blogs. Grand Millennial style is an answer to more austere design looks, instead embracing the simple, comfortable, and maximalist. Hallmarks of grand millennial design include printed botanical wallpaper, microflorals, beadboard, and vintage fixtures and hardware.

A Return to Color

There’s plenty to love about a home that’s filled with brilliant white walls and natural light. But during the pandemic, more homeowners have been looking to add a little color to their lives. Homeowners are shifting from neutrals to colorful accents, and a popular favorite is yellow. Capturing the cheeriness of a bright spring day, yellow accents bring simple optimism into a kitchen or dining area. If you’re hesitant about using shades of dandelion or lemon, consider sophisticated mustards or golds. Rich orange hues are also a beautiful design choice to bring color into your home.

Along with yellows, many people have incorporated greens and blues into their home decorating. And, if you're looking to switch up your yard, greens and blues are perfect colors to incorporate into hardscaping.

Eclectic Maximalism

While minimalism might have had its day at the end of the last decade, there have been quite a few shifts. While minimalism-inspired home design hasn't completely gone away, the trends are becoming more eclectic and busy. Minimalism is popular in interiors, but it’s not just one kind of maximalism.

Instead, people are starting to mix different design styles and inspiration from various decades. For example, you might see influencers on social media decorating their homes with cottage core elements along with 70s inspired decor. Overall, trends are rather playful and all about breaking rules. So, feel encouraged to be creative this year when designing your kitchen, bathroom, or any other area.

Curved Lines And Flowing Structures

With so many things changing rapidly over the past few years, it’s no wonder that many people are starting to think outside the boxes and lines, literally and figuratively. Home design trends are moving away from harsh angles and square shapes and are instead going towards curvature. Whether it’s curved doorways or unique, flowy furniture, these softer shapes are in.

Authentic Natural Materials

In a world that’s weary from digital interactions necessary for social distancing, there’s nothing like the earthiness of a natural stone or wood to bring comfort to a home. Homeowners and designers are embracing strong natural wood grains and authentic stones and marbles. This year, we’ll see designers moving away from synthetic products and integrating unfinished-looking wood products heavily into beautiful home designs.

More Current Design Trends To Consider

Here are a few more home design elements we expect to see more of in the coming year:

  • Locally-sourced artisan and custom home design elements
  • Multi-functional spaces
  • Scandinavian design trends

Overall, 2023 is a great year to have fun with your home design and decor. Trends in art, fashion, and design are all about embracing creativity, uniqueness, and comfort. So, don’t be afraid to mix things up and try something new. For more ideas on how to update an outdated home, check out this blog.

Your Home Design Trend Experts

If you’re making your new year’s resolutions, resolve to embrace beautiful home renovation services this year. At Home Pro Transformations, we can transform your space into a functional, comforting place you’ll love to work and play in. Speak with a member of our team by calling us at 507.361.2160 or contact us online to schedule a virtual meeting today!

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