It’s Time to Refresh with 2023 Decoration Trends – Blog
Decorating Ideas with Ceramic Tiles Sep 13, 2023
The first months of the new year offer us the chance to evaluate what has happened in the last year and numerous opportunities to renew the environments where we live and work with more life energy.
This year, we will encounter many practical and inspiring fresh ideas about the decoration of our living and working spaces. In this article, we keep our finger on the pulse of the decoration trends that we will see frequently in 2023 and that we can use with pleasure in our living spaces.
The main heroes of 2023 decoration trends
The main heroes in home decoration trends in 2023 are; Environmentally friendly designs, ecologically aware industrial products produced in the light of the biomimicry* philosophy with biocomposite, mycelium and natural fibers, brown and wooden furniture, handmade pieces made by local artisans, neutral color palettes and mid-century modern style that adds a distant warmth and character to living spaces. .
Take a look at our detailed guide and article series in which we examine 18 tasteful home decoration styles that emerge with the movement in interior architecture, including the Mid-Century Modern decoration style we mentioned in this article:
Here are the X inspiring decoration trends of 2023:
1. Mid-Century Modern Decoration Style and Handmade Products
The 60s and 70s have become popular again in many branches of design, and it shows up in every piece, from interior color palettes to furniture and decor. According to Avery Cox, owner of the American boutique decoration company Avery Cox Design, design has gone beyond the bright ‘mode’ that has become synonymous with Palm Springs, California, and whose influence we have felt all over the world in the last decade. We are now pursuing the bolder, more artistic looks associated with mid-century modern design.
This trend, where organic shapes, earthy colors and textures come to the fore, is also influenced by the fact that we are bored with the stress caused by the isolation we have experienced in recent years and we are turning to nature. To implement this trend, which has a modest but very elegant naturalism effect, it is enough to add handmade products to your living spaces. A sideboard, a coffee table, or even a toothbrush holder that you buy from second-hand stores, which show the skill of the craftsman at first glance, can help you bring this effect to your living space.
You can add a craftsman’s unique, natural and stylish touch to your living space with the WOODY ceramic floor and wall tile, one of the most stylish members of NG Kütahya Seramik’s new collection. Woody; With its spruce and white rectified alternatives, it offers you special application options for different color palettes.
2. More curves and curves
We are slowly leaving modernist trends with square shapes and straight lines behind and moving towards curved forms that offer a more organic and inclusive sense of lightness. This year, we can see more arched doors and entrances, curved sculptural forms and round-shaped furniture around us.
You can also replace sharp-edged furniture and decorative items in your home with sofas, chairs, vases and mirrors with softer shapes.
If you are ready for a bigger change, how about designing arched doors and windows that are completely unique to you and the identity of your home? In this example, we have completed the aesthetics of an arched window and the abundant light it offers to the space with LOREN, the elegant member of the NG Kütahya Seramik Soft Touch collection with a marble appearance. Reflecting the serenity of white, Loren brings a unique identity to living spaces with its silky surface texture.
3. Biomimicry philosophy and sustainable solutions
The discipline that means people imitate nature while solving design problems and create design strategies, mechanisms and systems inspired by nature is called biomimicry. The concept, which is a combination of the Greek words “bios” (life) and “mimesis” (imitation) and is also called biomimetics and biomimicry, was one of the themes of the 2022 Milan Design Fair. Designers who set out to design houses that fall into the orbit of nature invite us to rethink the interior decoration of our homes without missing this concept.
With this trend, in 2023 we will see interiors where plants, recycled and handmade objects, and sustainable furniture become the heroes of the space.
DELMAR, the floor and wall ceramic that fascinates with the sparkling design of the NG Kütahya Seramik Bookmatch Collection, fits into a bathroom inspired by biomimicry. #ItLooksGood. With Delmar, you can add the image of a freely waving ocean and the heart-softening feeling of our connection with the universe to your bathing pleasure. Thanks to the crystal effect on the marble surface, Delmar will also adapt to different light arrangements and plants suitable for wet areas.
Delmar, together with Tosco and Osso, brings the sparkle of starry nights to living spaces. Learn more about these three series and the Stardust Collection they belong to.
4. Cool, bold and natural: Rich earth tones
We’ve had a few years where natural and neutral tones were popular in interior decoration. This year, we will encounter more colors in both our home and work spaces.
In conjunction with other trends, we will see “jewel tones” in 2023. These hues include accents of red, yellow, green, blue, and purple, ranging from mid-tones to deep, saturated hues. In addition to these colors, a luxurious palette of calm green tones, timeless blues and especially warm earth tones will dominate our interior spaces.
In short, as a natural result of the first three trends, this year we are turning to earth colors that remind us of nature. Warm brown furniture, which adds depth to the space and has a neutral and calming effect, is preparing to make a big comeback in 2023. You can apply this trend in your living space by choosing classic Chesterfield sofas and armchairs, modern modular seating groups in mocha color and decorative items with oval lines.
Whichever decoration style you prefer; If you have a color palette inspired by sand, stone and earth colors, you can always make your space stand out by using the noble touch of black. In this shot, we brought together decorative elements combining different earth tones with NG Kütahya Seramik’s marble-looking wall and floor tile NOX, which stands out with its lines with charismatic accents. You can add a bold identity to a simple living space with Nox’s strong aesthetics.
To bring the earth trend to your bathroom, you can benefit from COMET’s texture, which brings together blue, gray and earth tones in a fascinating harmony.
5. Indoor gardens
Colorful flowers and plants with leaves in many shades of green increase the energy of our working and living spaces and increase our joy of life. So how do we combine plants with interior decoration this year? From a design perspective, we are in times where the boundaries between interior and exterior are not as clear as they used to be. This means that we can see large-sized plants more often indoors, and even create small indoor gardens in our homes and work spaces. Especially contemporary offices where everything is out of the classical line can enjoy this trend more.
6. Spa-themed bathrooms
In 2023, spa-inspired bathrooms, or spathrooms, will also be very popular. Soft textures, warm colors and works of art are at the forefront in this trend, which will double the shelter effect of our unique personal care areas in our homes.
You can redesign your bathroom inspired by the spathroom idea with NG Kütahya Seramik’s crystal rectified ceramic BLUE ROMA, which is a work of art. Thanks to Blue Roma’s color scale that follows nature, you can feel like you are in an art gallery, and you can take the most peaceful showers with the spa effect it offers.
We are waiting for you and your creative ideas
2023 Decoration Trends for my home #ItLooksGood If so, come to NG Kütahya Seramik and let’s bring your most colorful interior decoration ideas to life together.