Upcoming Design Trends for 2023 and Should You Follow Them?

Red Deer Painters

The last few years have been dominated by greys, whites, and similar soft tone beiges. These colours followed the open concept, resale friendly atmosphere. Paint can dramatically change the way you feel about your home, and introducing new styles through wall colours can influence the mood and atmosphere throughout.

It’s important to consider what kind of changes we want to bring to our homes. Should these trends guide how we want our homes to be?

Changing Trends for a New Year

When looking to refresh your home, it’s natural to check in to what’s popular or trendy. Whether it’s on Pinterest, Instagram, or TikTok, this years upcoming trends are shifting towards a new way of living, with a more bold and lively aesthetic.

“One of the most significant themes we’ve identified for 2023 is warmth”


“It’s all about our desire for creative expression,”


“I think there’s definitely a wow factor, We just kept coming back to the color again and again and finding different things we really loved about it.”


Should You Follow the Trend?

Painting is an easy way to make a huge impact on your home, without the need for a full renovation. Trends can give us some insight into new ideas and allow for creativity. It’s important to remember that trends come and go- most recently white and cool greys were extremely popular. Trends are great for selling in real estate, and in rental properties to keep things moving and up to date.

That said, you should follow this year’s trend if you want a bold change to make a statement with your home. In a world of rapidly shifting ideas and new waves, the most important thing is to represent yourself with ideas that truly speak to you, trendy or not.

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