As we step into the new season, interior designers are excited to embrace the latest trends that promise to elevate your living spaces. 2023 brings a mix of classic and innovative ideas that is all about harmony, sustainability, and comfort. Check the top interior trends of Autumn 2023 and how Exdi Furniture perfectly complements these trends.
Earthy Tones & Sustainable Materials
Natural and earthy tones bringing a sense of warmth and serenity to interiors. From warm beige and gentle green to soothing terracotta, these colors create a nurturing atmosphere. Add sustainable materials like recycled, upcycled or ex display furniture. Exdi Furniture is not only sustainable but also trendy choice.
This is one the main trends in Autumn 2023- it offers us vital connection with nature. Choose natural elements, such as indoor plants, natural light, and organic textures. Bring the outdoors in, inviting the serenity of nature into your home
In 2023, we see a popularity of innovative furniture designs that serve multiple purposes and optimises space. I always love to see furniture combining functionality with style and extra excited to have in these in stock. Recently i had beautiful console table converting into dining table or desk, sideboard with sliding top to create working space desk or simple shoe storage cabinet that can be used as bench as well. These items always sell very quick and if you see anything you like- don't wait.
Handcrafted elements are becoming must have additions to interior design in 2023. Unique accents add character and a personal touch to your space. Checking out local galleries, exploring markets, or spending a crafting evening with your family is a great idea.
With the end of summer holidays and sunny days, we find ourselves spending much more time indoors, seeking warmth and comfort. It's the perfect time for a glass of wine, a hot chocolate, a good book, and enjoying quality time with loved ones, creating a welcoming atmosphere within our homes. If you are looking for some changes this season, I hope this post was helpful. Remember, you don't need to go big to have a cozy home, nor do you need to spend a fortune to be trendy.
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