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What Will Be the Top Australian Interior Design Trends in 2023?

The 2023 outlook for building and construction is generally favourable, although challenges such as skyrocketing materials costs and supply chain issues

The 2023 outlook for building and construction is generally favourable, although challenges such as skyrocketing materials costs and supply chain issues are likely to persist. Overall, Australians are expected to be busy with new renovation and construction projects in the year ahead.

Are you wondering what will be the top Australian interior design trends of 2023? If so, read on to discover the most up-to-date interior colour trends, kitchen trends, bathroom trends and other trends for 2023 and beyond.

Colours

Grey was the dominant interior colour in use for furnishings over the course of the previous decade. In the past couple of years, grey has persisted as a popular colour. Grey carpeting and other surfaces are still being installed in sizable numbers of homes and apartments. However, the grey trend is now dated, and trendsetters at the high end have moved away from grey. If you’re concerned about having the most up-to-date interior colours, at this point in the trend’s life cycle, it is not ideal to continue buying grey furnishings.

We’re now transitioning towards a bolder, brighter colour palette that introduces vibrant hues of blue,, turquoise, sea green, terra-cotta, orange and other colours. This trend is likely to stay on track for 2023. If you enjoy eye-catching colours, you can feel confident in freely incorporating them into your colour scheme for 2023.

According to the colour experts at Pantone, the favoured colour palettes for home décor in 2023 include pastels, vivid bright colours, warm neutral colours, cool neutral colours and shimmering metallic colours.

Kitchen

Lately, sizable numbers of Australians have been installing outdoor kitchens and dining facilities. Vogue Australia reported that this was the top kitchen trend of 2022, and the trend is likely to continue in 2023.

Another up-and-coming trend is the hidden refrigerator.

The Australian population is ageing, and many seniors are choosing to age in place rather than move to aged care facilities. For this reason, some of 2023’s hottest kitchen trends will be modifications that help seniors to make their kitchens more functional and accessible. Wall-mounted appliances, for example, are likely to be in demand.

Other prominent kitchen design trends include large capacity sinks, natural stone surfaces, instant pots, air fryers, pendant lighting and prominent kitchen islands.

Bathroom

Interesting surfaces dominate 2023’s top bathroom trends. Some noteworthy examples include travertine tiles, concrete basins, and chrome hardware.

Bedrooms

Australians were dealing with an insomnia epidemic before the COVID-19 crisis kicked off. After COVID-19 became a problem, insomnia issues got even worse for many people. As a result, 2023’s top bedroom trends revolve around the pursuit of peace, comfort and tranquillity.

Substantial numbers of Australians are interested in discovering the most comfortable mattress available. According to the Mattress Reviews website, the Ecosa Pure Mattress is currently Australia’s best mattress overall. This mattress is likely to remain popular and on trend for 2023.

Demand for sustainable, earth-friendly bedding is also expected to be high in 2023.

So now you’re updated on all the most important Australian interior design trends for 2023. If you’re planning to move house, remodel or buy a new home in 2023, you’ll definitely want to make a note of these trends and take them into consideration when you plan your new interior decorating scheme.

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What Will Be the Top Australian Interior Design Trends in 2023?

The 2023 outlook for building and construction is generally favourable, although challenges such as skyrocketing materials costs and supply chain issues

The 2023 outlook for building and construction is generally favourable, although challenges such as skyrocketing materials costs and supply chain issues are likely to persist. Overall, Australians are expected to be busy with new renovation and construction projects in the year ahead.

Are you wondering what will be the top Australian interior design trends of 2023? If so, read on to discover the most up-to-date interior colour trends, kitchen trends, bathroom trends and other trends for 2023 and beyond.

Colours

Grey was the dominant interior colour in use for furnishings over the course of the previous decade. In the past couple of years, grey has persisted as a popular colour. Grey carpeting and other surfaces are still being installed in sizable numbers of homes and apartments. However, the grey trend is now dated, and trendsetters at the high end have moved away from grey. If you’re concerned about having the most up-to-date interior colours, at this point in the trend’s life cycle, it is not ideal to continue buying grey furnishings.

We’re now transitioning towards a bolder, brighter colour palette that introduces vibrant hues of blue,, turquoise, sea green, terra-cotta, orange and other colours. This trend is likely to stay on track for 2023. If you enjoy eye-catching colours, you can feel confident in freely incorporating them into your colour scheme for 2023.

According to the colour experts at Pantone, the favoured colour palettes for home décor in 2023 include pastels, vivid bright colours, warm neutral colours, cool neutral colours and shimmering metallic colours.

Kitchen

Lately, sizable numbers of Australians have been installing outdoor kitchens and dining facilities. Vogue Australia reported that this was the top kitchen trend of 2022, and the trend is likely to continue in 2023.

Another up-and-coming trend is the hidden refrigerator.

The Australian population is ageing, and many seniors are choosing to age in place rather than move to aged care facilities. For this reason, some of 2023’s hottest kitchen trends will be modifications that help seniors to make their kitchens more functional and accessible. Wall-mounted appliances, for example, are likely to be in demand.

Other prominent kitchen design trends include large capacity sinks, natural stone surfaces, instant pots, air fryers, pendant lighting and prominent kitchen islands.

Bathroom

Interesting surfaces dominate 2023’s top bathroom trends. Some noteworthy examples include travertine tiles, concrete basins, and chrome hardware.

Bedrooms

Australians were dealing with an insomnia epidemic before the COVID-19 crisis kicked off. After COVID-19 became a problem, insomnia issues got even worse for many people. As a result, 2023’s top bedroom trends revolve around the pursuit of peace, comfort and tranquillity.

Substantial numbers of Australians are interested in discovering the most comfortable mattress available. According to the Mattress Reviews website, the Ecosa Pure Mattress is currently Australia’s best mattress overall. This mattress is likely to remain popular and on trend for 2023.

Demand for sustainable, earth-friendly bedding is also expected to be high in 2023.

So now you’re updated on all the most important Australian interior design trends for 2023. If you’re planning to move house, remodel or buy a new home in 2023, you’ll definitely want to make a note of these trends and take them into consideration when you plan your new interior decorating scheme.

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