Top interior design trends this spring

As we welcome Spring and leave the cold winter behind, we’ve taken a look into what interior designers are listing as the Interior Design Trends 2023 when it comes to decorating your home for the new season.

Charlotte Barber, Sales Manager at Allison Homes, said: “One of the most exciting things about moving into a brand new home is having the opportunity to decorate a blank canvas, and put your own stamp on the property.

“As we move into spring, now is the perfect time to refresh your home. We’re very excited about these trends, and hope this list inspires you to try something new.”

Give neutrals time to shine

Neutral tones are the go-to colours for this spring and are easy to incorporate into any design scheme. Soft shades of vanilla and cream, alongside forest and sage greens, are essentials for your colour palette, especially after Dulux named Wild Wonder, a soft, golden shade inspired by the natural world, as its colour of the year.

Pair complementary colours

Decorating your home with complementary colours, that sit opposite each other on the colour wheel, is an interior design staple that will make your home feel fresh and new. Pairing contrasting colours, such as vibrant shades of pink, purple or orange with calmer, earthy tones of green, yellow or blue, creates a bright and comforting space.

Decorate with quirky accessories

A great way to bring some character into your home is to add statement pieces. Elaborate lamps and light shades, unique and textured accessories, and vintage décor can be used to create a sense of fun, and turn everyday items into pieces of art. If you’re on the hunt for unusual items, visit your local antique or thrift shop to see what you can find.

Bring nature into your workspaces

Whilst your spending time working from home this spring, bring the great outdoors into your home office to create a calming environment and enhance your well-being. Use natural materials such as wood and bamboo, decorate with a wide range of plants and greenery, and make sure plenty of natural light is being let in.

Prioritise sustainability

Sustainability is at the forefront of everyone’s minds, and it’s being heavily incorporated into interior design too. When decorating your home, seek ethically sourced materials and recycled furnishings, such as re-upholstered sofas.

Do you have a favourite of the Interior Design Trends 2023?

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