Interior trends for 2023 will still see warm and welcoming neutral palettes but with a bit more experimentation with bright, vibrant colours, for a real personalisation of our living spaces. Our shopping habits look set to evolve towards sourcing antiques and second hand pieces, in order to create spaces that look more like they have been added to over generations rather than a set style like bohemian or industrial.


Sustainable Living 

Repurposing old furniture or finding a great antique item from a car boot sale has become even more popular and will carry on being a staple design trend for 2023. Not only is it good for the environment but it is a great way to create a bespoke piece of furniture. Elevate your interior by installing our easy to cut wall panelling and finish off using our collection of eco friendly paints, available in hundreds of colours. Transform your home or DIY project with the perfect décor products from our online shop.

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Gold Tones

Think of the word “gold” and images of glamour, luxury and opulence spring to mind, so why would you not want to add this amazing colour to your interior. Add it to furniture, walls or just add touches of gold to wall mouldings.

We have an amazing selection of gold and metallic paint colours that bring light and warmth into a space. Luminous touches of gold, silver, and copper metallic accents can be used in any interiors, from bedrooms to kitchens and dining rooms.


The comeback of the all white kitchen 

There seems to be a change to multi-purpose living, with people starting to favour a separate kitchen from their living space. This is leading to the comeback of the all white kitchen. In smaller spaces in particular this is seen as the preferred choice to maximise lighting, while creating an airy feel. White being a neutral and reflective shade, is a great way of achieving this.


Decorative borders

If you are a fan of traditional wall coverings you’ll be happy to know that wall mouldings and stencilling are going to be a big trend for 2023. Taking inspiration from period homes, referencing the 1930’s, especially Art Deco and Art Nouveau periods. This renewed interest in traditional craft echoes our new-found appreciation for sustainable living.


Japandi style

If you are a fan of minimalism and Scandinavian style, then Japandi is the perfect interior style of 2023 for you. Japandi focuses on minimalistic designs that are aesthetically pleasing yet highly functional. If you want to add this style to your home, focus on natural materials such as unfinished wood - check out our slatted wooden panelsCombine earthy textures, muted colour tones and add hints of green to give a sense of outdoor living.

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