The award-winning team of designers and architects at Jackson Design & Remodeling has released their annual list of top home interior design trends for the new year.
2022’s trends focused on redefining what “home” means, and 2023 will continue to build on that theme by combining styles and balancing innovation with the familiar. , embrace a truly personal environment by experimenting with eclectic ideas.
“The vision of the home as a quiet retreat is clear in our 2023 trend forecast, with luxurious simplicity integrated into every room,” said Jen Pinto, senior interior designer at Jackson Design & Remodeling. “It has been done.” “Classics are making a comeback, with fresh perspectives on traditional elements like dark wood, terrazzo tiles, and pops of paprika.”
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This year’s color trends are vibrant and vibrant. Pantone announced ‘Viva Magenta’ as the 2023 Color of the Year, describing it as full of ‘vigor and vitality’.
Each year, Jackson Design & Remodeling’s design team is featured in major national media, including: wall street journal, live,HGTV, architectural digestWe are sharing a list of top interior design trends.
Here are our predictions for the coming months:
Health and tranquility: Self-care starts at home with a design that emphasizes health and peace, from creating indoor-outdoor living spaces for morning yoga and meditation to turning the master bedroom into a tranquil oasis for those crucial sleep hours. .
Return to tradition: Comfort often comes from what we are familiar with. Traditional design gives homes a sense of history and coziness, and we expect even more of that in 2023, especially in the kitchen.
Attractive arch: Modern angles give way to the classic softness and grace of curves and arches. This trend can also be seen in doorways and other architectural elements.
Luxurious laundry room: Every room in your home will be decorated with extravagant colors this year, and the laundry room is no exception. There will be larger, “smart” appliances, custom sinks, laundry chutes, and designs that shine with texture and color.
Bar and wine closet: Enjoying our collection of wines and cocktails at home is the ultimate in relaxed elegance. This year’s bar and wine closet will be more detailed and on a grander scale.
dark forest: In relation to traditional design trends, dark wood can feel refreshing, bold and heavy. Natural wood and custom craftsmanship bring this trend to life.
Pop of paprika: Midcentury design is coming in 2023 thanks to the popularity of this spicy, warm hue, perfect for adding a touch of color to a neutral space.
Cute coquette: HGTV calls this new trend, which emphasizes pastel colors, white furniture, and gold accessories, “a soft, girly, vintage-inspired style inspired by the Tumblr girl aesthetic that was so popular in the early ’10s.” It is expressed as.
Micro luxury: Luxury in small spaces often makes the most dazzling impression. Decorated to the max with luxurious wallpaper, lighting and tile designs, powder rooms perfectly embody this fun trend.
Please feel free to tell us anything: Butler’s pantries are trending again, reminding everyone how easy this once-ubiquitous home feature makes meal prep, bulk storage, and entertaining.
Terrazo chic: Terrazzo’s popularity spans several generations, with Gen Z being the latest enthusiasts. Although it is best known as a flooring material in mid-century homes, versions of it can now be found in vases, lamps, wallpaper, and other home details.
Timeless white kitchen: Classic white kitchens are definitely back in the spotlight and work in every home, from traditional to ultra-modern.
To see examples of trends, visit: Pinterest.com/jdrsandiego. To learn more about remodeling and building your new home, attend JDR’s free seminar on Saturday, Jan. 21, at 10 a.m. at Jackson Design & Remodeling, 4797 Mercury St., Kearny Mesa, or call (858 ) Call 707-7843.RSVP is required at: JacksonDesignandRemodeling.com.
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