From bold marble to double islands, here's what is on the horizon for top Interior Design trends that we are seeing with design projects.
More Kitchen Island Space
We are opening up traditional kitchens and thinking way beyond remodeling cabinets to extending into other parts of the home. In the coming year, we expect to see even larger kitchen islands — and even double islands. The trend is towards accommodating for larger entertaining and gathering space in the kitchen. We are also expanding outside the box by opening up windows and doors for indoor outdoor living and allowing more natural light to promote wellness and a more integrated home with your backyard environment.
An Emphasis on Wellness
Wellness is a driving factor of design for 2023. Adding elements that help promote self-care and well-being can transform any space into an oasis. Our clients are loving the concept of creating your own home spa experience by adding natural light with this skylight that floods this shower with natural light. Other ways to promote wellness are dry saunas, steam rooms and designing integrated Fisher Paykel undercounter refrigerators for chilled towels and beverages to create your own crylotherapy restorative wellness spa. We are cultivating new ideas is for self-care habits that go a long way for promoting longevity and healthy living.
Bold Marble Backsplashes with Open Shelves
More and more homeowners are incorporating bold statement pieces of marble in their kitchens and bathroom countertops to create a focal point and add a touch of drama. You can achieve this look with a bolder use of colors, unique veining styles, or both!
We love the simple clean-lined look of this open shelf to create opportunities for decor so you can keep your countertop clean and free from clutter.
Cabinetry and kitchen islands are statement pieces within the home, and our clients are opting for minimalism cabinetry styles and wanting their appliances to compliment the overall design. Induction cooktops and ranges are especially gaining traction because of their sleek look, safety, and efficiency that not only look great in the space but also offers powerful performance. Integration and panel ready appliances is key for creating a modern kitchen
Organic Materials and Shapes
This trend towards softer earth tones with curvaceous forms and imbuing elements of nature within our homes reflects a desire for comfort, albeit in a more sophisticated and refined manner with the incorporation of metals, rocks, and harder textures to add juxtaposition and visual complexity. Defining space with smooth undulations and shapes in objects that mimic forms found in nature to contrast with modern elements is the winning combination.