We are well and truly into the swing of 2023, with many of us hoping to welcome spring and summer with a new interior aesthetic. But what is in trend for 2023, what refurbishments will stand the test of time, and which home trends can improve your property the most? Here are the four home trends Centrick anticipate will be the most popular for 2023 and beyond…
As our energy bills soar and we become more aware of our impact on the environment, sustainability has become increasingly prevalent in modern homes. As such, Centrick expect sustainability will be front and centre when it comes to home trends for 2023 and beyond. Whether you’re looking for functional features such as taps that automatically produce boiling water and smart thermostats that allow optimum temperature control or want to use your green finger to grow your own food and plants that encourage biodiversity – sustainability will be at the forefront of home trends for 2023. If large sustainability investments are out of your budget, you can still implement more eco-friendly products across your home: shop at charity stores to grab a bargain, support good causes and reuse somebody else’s unwanted homewares, and keep in mind the mantra of ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ to make more environmentally conscious choices.
We’re all aware of the impact of the cost of living crisis and the tangible impact it has had on our day to day lives. With budgets becoming even tighter, purchasing luxury items and experiences is becoming less attainable for a lot of homeowners, especially as many people’s mortgage payments have risen with the recent interest rate increases. As such, many homeowners are looking to add some luxury accents to their homes whilst spending as little money as possible, making ‘luxury on a budget’ a huge home trend for 2023 and beyond. Thankfully, there are a few design choices you can make to add a luxe feel to your property without spending hundreds. Here are a few of our best tips:
Many of us are spending more time in our homes as we become acclimatised to remote working practices. That’s why many homeowners are choosing to use brighter colours throughout their properties to transform their dreary home offices into beautiful, inspiring spaces that they want to work in. When your home doubles up as an office, it can be hard to find joy at home, as the lines between work and home blur. With some colourful accents, you can add some much needed vibrancy to your property.
Adding colour to your home doesn’t mean a full redecoration is required, and it doesn’t have to take much time or effort to elevate beige spaces into vibrant ones. Consider hanging artwork that inspires you (try making something yourself as a DIY money saving hack!), indulging in some bright soft furnishings such as rugs and cushions, or fill your home with plants.
Open-plan living has become a popular feature in modern properties to help homeowners maximise their space and make their home seem more airy and bright. However, as our homes become our offices, many of us want to have a separate zone to designate for our work – after all, who wants to take Zoom calls in their living/kitchen/dining room whilst their partner is making lunch and their child is watching TV? Malleable spaces make it easier for homeowners to adapt with their space – think partial walls and sliding doors that allow privacy when required, but don’t hamper the fluid feel to your open-plan living spaces. They can also help you segregate your work life and home life, allowing you to be more productive during the working day and to properly relax when work is finished.
Looking to spruce up your home with a fully-fledged refurbishment? Or perhaps you’re looking for cost-effective ways to make your house feel like a home? No matter what your property décor goals may be, the At Home With Centrick hub can help! With weekly blogs on a range of topics from energy saving hacks to new home guides and detailed blogs on the schemes available to first-time buyers – the At Home hub is your one-stop shop for everything property! For more tailored advice from the Centrick team, contact us via the form below, or explore more of our content here.
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