Spring is the perfect time to give your home decor a fresh update, and what better way to do so than by incorporating new design trends? This season, we have combed the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show—which is the largest kitchen & bath show in the world—and Modernism Week in Palm Springs. We are seeing a refreshing mix of classic designs and bold new styles adding a touch of personality and warmth to your space. Here are five new interior design trends for spring that are sure to inspire.
1. Gorgeous Greens
Green is the color of renewal, growth, and rejuvenation, so it is no wonder it’s a staple in springtime interior and exterior design. This season, we’re seeing all shades of green, from fresh mint to deep forest, making their way into our homes. This versatile hue can create a calming oasis in a bedroom or bring a pop of energy to a living room. Embrace the power of green this spring and add some botanical vibes to your decor.
Products that promote conservation, room designs that are eco-friendly and materials that are sustainable are top of mind for 2023. Homeowners and designers are increasingly pursuing earth-conscious plumbing fixtures, induction cooking options, recycled materials, and smart appliances that use less energy.
Geometric patterns are making a comeback, adding a touch of visual interest to our interiors. Whether it’s bold stripes, chevron zigzags, or intricate hexagons, geometric motifs can add visual interest, texture and depth to any space. From larger pieces to smaller accents on appliances, these playful patterns can be incorporated in a variety of ways. Channel your inner artist and experiment with colorful geometric motifs in your springtime décor.
Circadian rhythms, natural light and greenery create a calming environment in this style. It pays attention to all of our senses addressing airflow, temperature as well as the ways nourishing elements as well as water is experienced.
Often misunderstood, Gothic style is luxurious, edgy, big and bold, not to mention full of color. Go beyond basic with chic black lighting, titanium looking hardware and matte black plumbing fixtures. This year will be the time to make a statement in this dramatic style.