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Interior Design Trends for 2023

Fraser James Blinds is a company that knows what's hot, and what's not. We pride ourselves on being ahead of the curve when it comes to interior design trends.

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Interior Design Trends for 2023

Fraser James Blinds is a company that knows what’s hot, and what’s not. We pride ourselves on being ahead of the curve when it comes to interior design trends.

Each year, the Fraser James Blinds team likes to look at some of the biggest interior design trends that have been popping up online and in showrooms across the country.

Having all of the key trends in one place means that you have something you can reference when redesigning the interior of your home or when you’re just trying to decide on what new blinds to choose! 

Here are some of the most popular interior design trends for 2023: 

  1. Wood & Other Natural Materials

As always, wood will be used in more design elements outside of traditional uses like furniture, countertops, and floors.  

Wood is a beautiful material that adds warmth and texture to any space. The use of reclaimed wood has become more popular recently as people are looking for ways to bring natural elements into their home decor.  

As a result, we can expect to see an increase in the use of reclaimed woods, such as barn beams or planks from old buildings, in interior design throughout 2023. 

Suppose you like the sound of this ‘wood’ trend. In that case, Wooden Blinds or Wooden Shutters are perfect for giving any bedroom, living room or office a subtle style boost with efficient functionality.  

They not only offer precise light filtration and effective insulation, but they also add a touch of natural beauty that can’t be replicated by plastic or metal. 

  1. Texture 

Texture is one of the biggest trends in design, so it’s no surprise that you’ll see more of it in 2023. It can be used in many ways: paint, fabrics, and other materials—even texture itself!  

For example, you could opt for some patterned cabinets for your bedroom or a fleece sofa and matching chairs for your living room. One of the best ways to add texture is by using a soft colour palette with flat surfaces. This creates a sense of depth without being overwhelming. 

The key thing to keep in mind with this trend is to know when to use it and when to stop. Introducing too many textured features into one space could make it look busy and confusing, so stick to one textured piece per room to ensure it has plenty of room to breathe. 

  1. Sustainable Design 

Sustainable design is a growing trend. As people become increasingly concerned with the environment’s health, they are choosing to use sustainable materials and products.  

Sustainable design is all about being conscious of the environment and using sustainable materials. One of the key focus’ of sustainable design is reducing waste, which reduces the number of harmful chemicals in our air and water streams. 

With all these benefits, it’s no wonder this sustainable trend is becoming popular! 

Whether you want to buy furniture made of reused materials or simply buy used furniture for your home, you can honour this new way of thinking in any way you like. 

  1. Layered Lighting

Layered lighting is a big one for 2023. Layered lighting allows you to set certain areas of your home at their own light levels to create moods or highlight key pieces. 

This technique can be used in several ways. You can use different shades and colours throughout a room, or you could also layer the brightness of your lights in sections.  

For example, if you have a piece of artwork that you want to make stand out, simply dim the rest of the lights, and focus on that one area with brighter lights. This creates an inviting atmosphere that draws people’s eyes right over there! 

  1. Less Saturated Colours

In 2023, you’ll see less saturated colours than what we’ve seen recently. Many of the colour trends we’ve seen over the last few years have had more red, blue, and green in them (think Pantone’s top colours), but they will be less saturated and more muted this year. 

Pantone selected Viva Magenta 18-1750, a bold pinkish red, as its 2023 colour of the year, calling it “an unconventional shade for an unconventional time.” But this isn’t your Barbie pink. Viva Magenta is a saturated shade that’s not for the colour shy. 

So, what does that mean? Instead of loud shades of red or green (which are still going to be popular), you’ll see earthy tones like browns, golds and greys mixed with brighter pops of colour like orange or pink. 

This is great news for people who want an interior design style that’s a little bit more subdued — but don’t want anything too bland! 

  1. Curves 

Curves have been cropping up all over design trends lately since they add a softer feel to a room than straight lines usually do.  

If you’re looking for an update that’s on trend but doesn’t require expensive changes, consider using curves to soften the look of your home. 

Curves can be used to create a sense of flow in a room, making it feel open and spacious without feeling empty. They can also be used as dividers between different areas within the same room (for example, curved walls instead of straight ones) or even just as decorative elements themselves!  

Curves are great if you want your space to feel intimate and cosy – plus, they add drama with their sweeping lines and natural shapes. 

Fraser James Blind are the leading supplier of made-to-measure blinds throughout Leicester, Coventry and Northampton. To learn more about our products or to enquire about a free home visit, all you have to do is get in touch. 

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