7 Top Trends in Luxury Home Design for 2023

7 Top Trends in Luxury Home Design for 2023

As the end of 2022 approaches and people think about their home plans for the coming year, experts in the housing industry have been predicting upcoming design trends. In 2023, homeowners will be looking to make changes that provide a significant impact while remaining within a limited budget. This means that homes are likely to be smaller but more comfortable, peaceful, and aesthetically pleasing. With data from architects, builders, realtors, contractors, and other experts in the field of home design, we can take a closer look at some of the home trends that are expected to be seen in 2023 American homes. These trends include luxury modern house exterior and interior designs as well as home décor. Homeowners will have the opportunity to make the most of their budget and still be able to create a home that reflects their style.

In addition, many homeowners who purchased in the past couple of years will look to make changes and upgrades to their homes by embracing trends that provide a big impact on a smaller budget. Younger, prospective homeowners may be willing to compromise on size and amenities but still want enough budget left to make their house into their home. As such, the leading theme in house design trends for 2023 will be about creating smaller yet cozier, peaceful, and aesthetically pleasing spaces. Homeowners can take advantage of creative ideas that are both attractive and attainable on a budget. In this way, they will have the opportunity to create modern dream homes that reflect their own personal style while still staying within their budget.

Ultimately, 2023 is expected to bring a host of new and exciting design trends that will allow homeowners to create the home of their dreams without breaking the bank. Through creative and practical solutions, people can embrace these trends and make changes that make a big impact without sacrificing their budget. With a little creativity and the right design choices, homeowners can have a space that is both aesthetically pleasing and comfortably welcoming. As such, 2023 is sure to offer plenty of opportunities for people to craft their dream houses.

 

Home Trends to know when Building a Luxury Home

 

1. Re-imagine your Tiny Spaces

In 2023, tiny alcoves, nooks, and corners will no longer be seen as merely dull spaces to display forgotten pictures. People are getting creative and finding ways to make the most of their small spaces by adding visual interest or creating a cozy spot for reading, writing, or working. Homeowners don't need a large budget to do this, and it can have a positive effect on the home. Getaways within the home are becoming more desirable as people look for ways to relax in peace. This could be achieved by transforming a window seat, space under stairs, or hall alcove into an area of tranquility away from open-plan living.

 

2. Accent Walls are in

As the pandemic has forced many of us to work remotely, the home office accent wall has become a popular way to add style and personality. In 2023, this concept will expand beyond just painting your wall a bold color or adding a bookshelf as an eye-catching backdrop - it'll be about getting creative with different materials like tile, wood, stone, and wallpaper for a truly unique vibe. These accent walls will be great for video meetings as well as showing off on social media, but also serve to instantly spruce up any room. Expect homeowners to get creative with their interior design by adding an accent wall that makes a personal statement.

 

3. Floating Sinks and Vanities

Homeowners who have been considering a move to a larger property may be rethinking their options and looking at ways to make the most of their current homes. In the kitchen and bathroom, one of the hottest trends for 2023 is floating sinks and vanities. Unlike normal vanity units which stand on the floor, these wall-mounted fixtures provide increased access for cleaning and maintenance.

There are numerous shapes, sizes, and designs available, enabling you to create the perfect look for your space - especially if you're dealing with smaller bathrooms or half-baths. With Floating sinks, you'll be able to make the room appear bigger than it is by creating an illusion of more space.

 

4. Wood is the Answer

Homeowners and designers alike have been captivated by the natural beauty of wood, which is evident in many modern architectural designs for both interior and exterior decor. Wood is highly versatile, allowing it to be used in a variety of ways that fit whatever style or budget desired. Whether it’s used as flooring, siding, paneling, or furniture making, wood can be used to create a stunning look that will last for years. With the right design and craftsmanship, wood is sure to add charm and warmth to any home. In addition, its natural durability makes it an excellent choice for homes in areas prone to harsh weather conditions. Whether you’re looking for classic sophistication or a more rustic aesthetic, wood is the perfect material to help you make your vision come alive.​​​​​

 

5. Herringbone

This year's trend of the Herringbone Pattern is an exciting and versatile one. Whether you're looking to install it on the floor, walls, or even doors, this pattern can be done with various materials for a custom modern home look that suits your taste. Homeowners have been incorporating this particular pattern all around their homes; from kitchens to bathrooms and even doorways. This pattern is an extension of the popular hardwood flooring trend from last year and has continued gaining popularity all throughout this year. Those looking to stay on top of the latest trends should definitely take a look at this one! With its versatility and stylish look, it's easy to see why it's quickly becoming such a favorite among homeowners.

No matter the size or shape of the room, this pattern can be done in any space to give it a unique and modern look. It is also incredibly low maintenance and easy to clean, making it a great option for busy households. The Herringbone Pattern is truly an enduring trend that will last throughout 2023 and beyond. So, if you're looking for a trend that can add both style and value to your home, then this is definitely one to consider!

 

6. Colorful Spaces and Places

In 2023, bringing the outdoors inside is all the rage! Nature-inspired colors like green, blue, and lilac are making their way into modern luxury interiors. Homeowners are looking to break up neutral color schemes with cheerful pops of these vibrant shades. Not just on furnishings, but also throw pillows and other accents will be great ways to incorporate these colors. We are hopeful that this trend will be around for a while, as it's sure to bring lots of brightness and life into any space!

 

7. It's all about the Aesthetic

The aesthetic look trend has become increasingly popular in recent years. This style involves creating a room in the home - usually a bedroom, rec room, or bonus room - that reflects one's unique personality through fashionable and personalized elements. Homeowners who choose to embrace this trend may add potted plants, colorful walls, cozy bedding, photo collages, LED and string lights, floral wallpaper prints, or even a disco ball. The great thing about this style is that it doesn't have to be expensive - but some people choose to really go all out! In 2023, we predict this trend will continue to grow in popularity and should be included on our house design trend list.

So, if you're looking to add some personality and flair to your luxury house, consider embracing the aesthetic look trend! With a few small adjustments - such as adding plants, colorful walls, lighting elements, or even wallpaper prints - your room can become a personal statement that is both stylish and budget-friendly.

At A Perry Homes, we are committed to giving each client an amazing custom building experience that meets their individual needs and expectations. With our years of experience in custom home building and extensive knowledge in the home building process, you can trust that we will guide you through the entire home building process from start to finish. Our wide range of floor plans allows for a vast selection of luxury homes to choose from, so you can find the perfect home that fits your lifestyle and needs. With A Perry Homes as your luxury home builder, you’ll be able to create the dream home you have always wanted.

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