2023 Design Forecast
Next year will dive even deeper into the rustic farmhouse dreams we have been living for. We will go back in time with simple artisan goods, earthy tones, and materials. A combination of modern and arcadian themes will spin together to create a balanced home.
Vining Ivy By Glidden
Nods to nature continue to be popular, and Vining Ivy blends blue and green for a tranquil backdrop. The color of the year 2023 from Glidden Paint by PPG works well with both contemporary and classic styles. "[Vining Ivy] is energizing yet grounding, and it works in literally any space," said Ashley McCollum, Glidden color expert, in a press release. (BHG 2022)
Did someone say tufting? Staying true to the latest moves in the industry, next year's furniture trends are a thoughtful reboot of themes from the 1960's and 70's. Curves, muted earth tones and velvets are going to be all the rage. For those of you out there who live for the retro vibes, we got you.
Look, if these vintage themes aren't for you, we get it. I mean, some of us were around the first time this stuff was cool. There are still other directions the trends are moving in to keep your interior fresh and up to date, without needing to go back in time.
Noirs are a sleek and powerful addition to a space to keep it looking modern but fashionable.
Whatever your design taste is, we can work with you to create a tasteful amalgamation of your personalty and the trends of the future. Schedule a consult to speak with one of our designers today.