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Top trends for home renovation in 2023!

#1 Bolder and brighter colours

Neutrals are out; bolder colours are in! In 2023, we’ll see an increase in the use of saturated hues, metallic paints, and rich earth tones throughout the home — from walls to fabrics to accessories. After a prolonged love affair with cool greys, whites, and neutrals (no more white kitchen black benchtop obsession; adios dark benchtop kitchen!), colour is coming back to interiors.

This means more warmer hues, creamy shades of yellow, and splashes of colour with eclectic palettes: think 70s Hollywood glitz!

#2 Smart technology

There was a great uptake in smart technology into our kitchens and homes. Fast forward to 2023, we can expect to see a more aggressive integration of this into home renovations: more kitchen power points built-in to the benchtop, smarter storage solutions, appliances that utilise apps on smartphones, hidden refrigerators, and – get this – soda water straight from smart mixer taps!

#3 Outdoor kitchen

It seems likely that outdoor kitchens will continue to be a popular trend in home renovations in 2023 and the years to come. There are a number of reasons why they’re so popular – they’re a great way to enjoy the outdoors and cook food without having to heat up the kitchen, and they can also add value to your home.

Homeowners are looking for more ways to enjoy their outdoor living spaces, and what’s better than cooking your favourite meal outside in the fresh air?

#4 Curves and arches

Curves naturally induce a sense of comfort and ease in our brains. With most homeowners having to deal with rising costs of living due to inflation, many would want to be able to feel calm in their own homes. That is why 2023 will be a year of softening sharp edges and lines and curved cabinets and islands.

Arches have the power to invoke a sense of fluidity, calmness, grace, and spaciousness. You might just want them in hallways, doors, and showers!

#5 Return to nature

If you are biophilic (someone who loves nature), then 2023 is definitely your year! Get your plant crazy on as natural elements are going to be trendy. Flesh out your timber kitchen ideas and browse over materials that are closer to their natural state.

Preference for design that promotes health and mental well-being is growing. Indoor plants could become everyone’s best friend next year. Think tranquil country getaway, with more flora and patina.

#6 Creative lighting fixtures

The pandemic has caused people to re-evaluate their needs and want more from their homes. Home is much more of a haven now, and design must reflect this change. That is why people are turning to lighting to create ambience and a sense of individuality and comfort.

Statement lighting will be a major trend, and more homeowners will treat lighting as art. There will likely be a spike of interest in light sculptures, art pieces with a lighting fixture, and more elaborate pendant lights to add flair and texture into our homes.

#7 Sustainable products and materials

Homeowners are becoming more interested in sustainability, leading to eco-friendly features like solar panels and green roofs appearing in homes.

Designers are taking notice of this trend and working to create products with a lower environmental impact. This shift could bring about positive changes in the way we design our homes and even live our lives.

#8 Kitchen Island

Kitchen islands are a great focal point for every kitchen, modern or traditional. And it certainly tickles the fancy of those who work from home or want to be more kitchen-efficient! A kitchen island is a great way to add extra storage and workspace to your kitchen. It can also double as your dining table and a desk, for those of you lot who like to eat while working.

So, if you’re looking for a fresh home renovation – or even just a few small tweaks – 2023 is the year to get it done. Get in touch with the team today via the GET A FREE ESTIMATE button on our home page. #allgroupwa


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