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2023 Trends Outlook Unveils 6 Big Ideas For Interior Designers
May
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2023 Trends Outlook Unveils 6 Big Ideas For Interior Designers


2023 Trends are here! The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is relied upon by the industry each year to provide its three research reports: the Trends Outlook, the Economic Outlook, and the State of Interior Design. The ASID 2023 Trends Outlook report was made public after a review of how modern lifestylescutting-edge technologies, and other societal changes are influencing the practice of design.

The report’s executive summary, while robust and thorough as always, discusses how as we put the pandemic’s most pressing concerns behind us, “the emphasis with health and environmental safety has changed to a broader concern with wellness and well-being.” Although it runs over many of the report’s conclusions, this is by no means the sole knowledge that interior designers might glean. These are six key insights that summarize who is now looking for interior design services, where they live, and what they are looking for.

#1 – Designing For Mental Health and Wellness Has Become a Crucial Task

Aesthetic decisions still matter, but it’s more crucial than ever to think about how a space’s surroundings will affect the people who use it. That will result in a higher value being placed in 2023 on areas created to reduce stress and advance general wellness. This is particularly true at work, where employers still need to persuade staff members of the advantages of physically attending meetings. Homeowners are also becoming more and more interested in interiors that incorporate calming colors, lighting, and natural materials. Design elements that promote biodiversity, improve air quality, and provide spaces specifically for wellness pursuits like yoga or meditation will become increasingly more valuable.

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#2 – It Is More Important Than Ever to Adopt an Inclusive Mindset

Designing workplaces with neurodiverse personnel in mind is how businesses are putting a more inclusive approach front and center. Modifying workspaces can assist neurodivergent people to feel incorporated into the team while also providing amenities that help them bring their best selves to work. These changes can range from small adjustments like dimmer switches to the establishment of quiet rooms and reoriented layouts.

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#3 – Millenials Are Moving In

Data from 2021 shows that millennials now make up 43% of all property buyers, making them the largest age cohort, despite earlier worries about their expensive avocado toast habits. In actuality, 26% of all house sellers are now older millennials. Although the millennial pink craze may be over (we’re eyeing brighter, bolder hues this year anyhow), it will pay to keep up with the first Instagram generation’s design preferences.

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#4 – Buyers Are Moving into the Wilderness

A significant majority of metropolitan areas will witness a decline in population as a result of the suburban migration caused by rising property costs in cities. In the age of remote work, even the wilderness is attracting new long-term residents, which has been beneficial for suburbs and smaller metro areas. As a result, it’s expected that even in the most remote regions of the country, demand for interior design services will rise. Use that as a cue to brush up on your own ability to operate remotely.

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#5 – Sustainability and Luxury Go Hand-in-hand

Despite a rocky finish to 2022, ASID anticipates a slight stabilization of the luxury housing market. What features are likely to be shared by the high-end homes that sell? The design and functionality of the home both place a strong emphasis on sustainability. Modern purchasers need more than simply eco-friendly amenities like rainwater catchment systems, low-energy lighting, and smart home technologies. They also have an aesthetic interest in environmentalism. According to the ASID 2023 Trends Forecast, harsh surfaces and synthetic materials are making way for “warmer, more fashionable” accents like brighter woods, natural fabrics, and the incorporation of renewable materials like wool, cotton, and cork.

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#6 – Remains Blurry The Line Between Commercial and Residential Design

Interior design in 2023 will be all about managing mixed-use space, which is appropriate at a time when the renovation is outperforming new-home development and commercial buildings are being transformed into apartments at a record pace. As well as the blending of the lines between health care and retail spaces, ASID points to the endurance of “resimercial” design principles that bring some of the comforts of home into workplaces and hospitality environments. Residential interior designers would do well to recognize the demand for multifunctional houses that provide space for work and play at the same time. Commercial designers would tremendously benefit from taking a close look at what is happening in the home.

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