A key to creating luxury homes is staying up-to-date on the latest interior design trends. At Palo Verde, we understand the importance of building a dream home. Together, we can bring that vision to life with this list of the top seven home trends of 2023.
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As April highlights Earth Day and the importance of environmental protection, you can show your support with the materials you implement throughout your home. Whether that be limiting the amount of “fast furniture” you purchase by shopping secondhand or DIY-ing, sustainability is in! Not only that but vintage or “slow” furniture is made from high-quality materials and craftsmanship, leaving you with a piece that is sure to withstand the test of time.
If you’re wondering what the difference is between natural and sustainable materials, the answer is—sometimes there isn’t a difference. However, nowadays, people are keen to include natural materials such as slabs of tree bark to make shelves, tabletops, and counters to give off a cozy, inviting charm to a space.
Playing with Textures
One of the great things about natural materials is texture. Think about it, if you’re upcycling a piece of tree bark into a new kitchen table, you’re able to expose the raw edges of its trunk or natural grains within the wood. Similarly, playing with different fabrics in your home is a great way to add texture. Whether that be layering carpets, installing linen wallpaper, textured tiles, or using plaster to make an accent wall. Playing with texture adds depth and visual interest to homes looking to incorporate luxury.
While it may seem antiquated, wallpaper has made its way back into the trends for being incredibly versatile and its design options vast. You can even collaborate with a design to create your own! If you’re looking to add a bit of luxury to your space, wallpaper is an affordable and easy-to-install addition.
There’s no better feeling than having a space that reminds you of something you cherish. The great thing about nostalgia-inspired homes is that there is no set “trend”; they’re about what designs scream luxury to you. If that’s a retro-inspired space or Victorian or Mid-Century, it’s in.
A fresh coat of paint is an easy and affordable way to make a space feel more luxurious. Gone are the days of light greys and blues; now it’s time to go bold. Bright color palettes invite a feeling of joy while simultaneously making a space feel more open and lighter, and can even make you feel a bit more productive. What’s not to love about that?
Micro-luxury is all in the small details, regardless of the aesthetic you’re going for. This can include things like implementing clear or glass storage containers in your kitchen for a nice organized, clean look. Or swap out the store-bought hand soap for a nice ceramic pump or plate. It’s about taking that extra step to notice the finer details of every space, turning it into a luxurious experience.