It can be hard to keep current with trends in home renovation. No sooner have you finally changed everything in your home to gray, then it’s changed to another color. Dark wood, which was extremely popular the past few years, has been overtaken by light oak tones.
Home design is just a recommendation – it doesn’t mean you need to change what you like to keep up with trends. But if you want to know what’s on designer radars, the following tips will help:
Eco-friendly, organic and natural elements are increasingly in demand. Major furniture and home decorating companies have even designated sustainable product lines and committed to expanding on more eco options. As more people search for ways to help the environment when buying new furniture, this trend will only continue to grow.
Mixing High and Low Pieces
Luxe couches and discount lamps? A vintage dresser with collectable art? Designers are on board with this trend of pairing expensive and inexpensive items. It gives clients more flexibility with their budget and shows creativity and originality. The days of buying all your furnishings from one store are over. Mixing and matching are in.
If 2022 was the year for the color green, 2023 is chocolate brown. The new variations of warm browns, almonds and beige colors will make you want to reach for a paintbrush. If you don’t want to change everything in your house over, consider using brown as an accent color with pillows, curtains and lamp shades.
Boxy, angular furniture is being replaced with curved pieces. Couches, chairs and stools with wavy lines are popping up in design homes and catalogs. This trend doesn’t mean you need to replace every piece of modern furniture you own. One or two pieces will update the look of your home.
Coziness is also in style. Textured fabric, layered fringe and funky trim bring warmth, color and fun to your home. Consider using texture with throw pillows, blankets or baskets. They add instant style and colorful flair. Layered texture also makes the room more welcoming to family and guests.
If you’re interested in remodeling your home, give DiSabatino Landscaping a call. Our team of professionals are highly skilled in kitchen, bathroom and basement renovations. You can access their portfolio of interior projects here.
How to Remodel Your Interiors
Your biggest investment is often your home. Make sure you enjoy living in it.
DiSabatino Landscaping’s interior remodeling team specializes in kitchens, bathrooms, basements, bars, laundry rooms and home gyms. They offer thoughtful design and custom work. They can also work in collaboration with our masonry, landscaping and carpentry teams to give your home a complete facelift, both indoors and out.
DiSabatino’s designers involves clients in every step of the design process. Using the latest in 3D software, they create a conceptual plan that maximizes space and incorporates your personal style. This allows us to edit any aspect of the project before any work begins.
The interior remodeling team creates both small and large-scale projects. Each renovation is tailored to your specifications. They also partner with the nation’s leading cabinet, tile and flooring companies to offer a wide range of products and materials.
If it’s time to update your home, give us a call to schedule a consultation. You can also view our extensive portfolio of projects on the Interior Renovations page here.