Trends come and go, whether you embrace them or not, they are hard to ignore. Every year experts hedge their bets on what will be trending in the upcoming year and we’re here to add our thoughts.
Below we list some of our favourites tipped to be trending next year.
Whilst this sounds like an oxymoron, this trend is getting spotted all over the place. But how? What is minimal maximalism and what does it take to get it right. The key to this trend is using a few statement items such as a large ornate mirror for example or piece of art. Mixing overindulgent pieces with a minimal colour palette helps keep the space from feeling cluttered.
Use textures to your advantage, instead of bombarding a space with lots of hues. Using textiles and materials to layer your space, makes it feel cosy and warm without it feeling chaotic.
However if minimal is your go to look then consider replacing wooden balustrades for a glass panel to create a clean and modern aesthetic.
You’ll be hard pushed to ignore sage green in 2023. This shade is perfect for a multitude of rooms but particularly the kitchen. Not only does the name lend itself to sitting comfortably amongst your herb collection but the easy on the eye, calming colour is ideal for both small and large areas. As a fairly light colour it won’t dominate your space and will help your room feel bigger than it really is. Similarly this colour also works well in large rooms, it’s warm and inviting and allows for the use of complementary colours as accents should you wish to add a feature wall.
You could even add a matching splashback to your kitchen to create a streamline effect. Technology allows us to colour match to Crown, Dulux and Farrow & Ball paints so wherever you’d purchased your paint we’re sure to be able to create the perfect match for you.
Arches have been prevalent in architecture and interior design for many years, however we’re sure to see this trend continue to dominate going into the next year. Whether you’re incorporating rounded furniture such as sofas or leaning arch mirrors, using these softer shapes will make the room feel more welcoming and comfortable.
Outdoor entertainment spaces
We’re all accustomed to alfresco dining however living in the UK means this isn’t always practical, or enjoyable. Pergolas have become increasingly popular, and adding glass to these makes them even more weather proof, blocking wind and rain, without compromising your view.
Which trend do you lean towards? Will you be making any changes to your home next year? If you’re looking for any glass or installations in 2023 feel free to call one of our friendly team for help and advice.