How to create your own area for relaxing: a space where you can cultivate your passions
One of the bigger home decor trends for 2023 is the desire to build a space inside the home to dedicate to your passions, so that you can relax in a constructive manner or even just enjoy yourself. Whether it’s a reading corner, a home gym or a space for practicing yoga, the desire to discover new ways to experience home life is clear. Small nooks can become the starting point for releasing energy after a day’s work, cultivating talents and hobbies. The slogan remains positivity. This is a way of thinking that lets you free your mind of stress, which can be aided by choosing the perfect colors and your favorite pieces of furniture. In this regard, the important point for designing this space is to follow the need to make yourself feel comfortable, making the home not just the place where you reside but also a place where you can experience life.
Not just Viva Magenta: here are the colors that will tinge 2023
Like every year, Pantone - the famous American company that focuses on graphics and cataloging nuances - has chosen the color that will be the underlying theme in 2023 for different sectors, from fashion to furnishings and decoration. This choice normally reflects Pantone’s expectations, but mainly their plans and often becomes a challenge for those who try to state it in interior design. The color for this year is Viva Magenta, a tint that fearlessly represents liveliness and exuberance, all ideal for being developed over the next few months. The other nuances that are trending in 2023 diverge from the exuberance of Viva Magenta, moving towards neutral colors and tints, that are much easier to use in domestic environments, all of which allow suggestive design choices. Especially Digital Lavender, a nuance reminiscent of Very Peri – Pantone color of the year for 2022 – and emerald green, thanks to its elegant tone, can satisfy the desire to enrich your furnishings. Dove gray is also another protagonist, which is often combined with light blue and gray. Designs from soft colors that create many contrasts, moving from elegance to opulence, and from refinement to embellishment.
Return to the 90’s and the decline of minimalism: here are the possible scenarios
One of the trends that has come to light since the beginning of the year is the decline of the era of minimalism. Thus switching from straight and precise lines to curves and nooks, exaggerated colors and unbowed embellishment. But that’s not all. The 90’s are back with all the exasperation of shapes and eccentricity of taste, reconfirming the more characteristic 90s color palette. The designs scream excess, transforming simple spaces into theater stages, where all your uniqueness and variety are on show. A representative style doesn’t necessarily have to be single elements that are in harmony with each other, but a lack of harmony can also become fundamental in conveying the complexity of our tastes, confirming one’s identity and the desire to express oneself in every detail. An example of this taste is Tele di Marmo Precious by Emilceramica, a collection that highlights the spectacular magnificence of quartz crystals. Quartz, interpreted through the striking effect of agate in three color variants, is proposed in gigantic shapes, forming a unique and magnificent space which meets the desire for excess that will accompany you throughout the year. Thus, not by chance, the 1990’s style will become a trend in the upcoming months. Luminous colors, energy and strength are the guidelines that will characterize our homes and all the 2023 interior design trends.
29 March 2023