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Spring into the New Season With Our Top Interior Design Tips

March 21, 2023In News3 Minutes

As we look forward to lighter evenings and the first signs of spring start to appear, we caught up with interior design experts Lifestyle Interiors to discover the top interior trends set to make a big statement this season…

Introduce Vivid Colours

Pantone’s colour of the year for 2023, Viva Magenta, is the perfect shade for the new season. The nuanced crimson red tone presents a balance between warm and cool allowing you to add pops of colour into your home and update the neutral palettes of greys and monochrome which have been popular for some time. The key decorating trend is to be more daring and expressive than ever before, make bolder colour choices, embrace more patterns and don’t be afraid to mix your styles.

Get Creative and DIY

Since the pandemic, we’ve seen more and more people get creative with their home interiors. One trend set to continue into 2023 is wall panelling; an effective and affordable way to transform your home. Wall panelling works perfectly in new builds as it helps to add character and feature elements. The opportunities are endless here – choose to keep it neutral or go bold with colour to create a feature wall.

Bring The Outside In

Houseplants are the perfect way bring a sense of calm to your space. With a pop of colour, greenery is a brilliant way to brighten up a space without resorting to manmade materials. From tall leafy plants in your living room to smaller herbs in the kitchen, you can help to purify the air and add a little extra flavour to your cooking.

Add Some Texture

Spring 2023 will see calm, natural materials and soft neutral textures. By introducing wood and natural elements to your styling you can create a calm space that’s sophisticated and on trend. Extend your entertaining space at home and make it cosy with natural textures such as linens, jute and wools. And as temperatures start to warm up, don’t be afraid to jazz up your outdoor space with a show-stopping rug, plush cushions and soft, warm blankets.

Interior design can be factored into many aspects of your home, and it really is what adds personality and character. By creating mood boards and understanding what you want to achieve you will be well on your way to creating your dream home.

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