Home Renovation Trends The Experts Predict For 2023
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Home Renovation Trends The Experts Predict For 2023

Home Renovation

If you like to remain ahead of the curve and fancy upgrading your home this year then this is the article for you. We’re going to look at some of the hottest home renovation trends that the experts predict will take off in 2023. Let’s take a look!

The rise of the home office 

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, one thing that many of us have learned is that there are lots of jobs that can easily be done remotely. This has created a lot of opportunities for professionals to give up commuting for good and work comfortably from their own homes. 

Of course, this can be challenging if you don’t have a decent home setup that supports a healthy working environment. 

As such, many experts predict that more and more people will be converting their spare bedrooms into home offices. 

Whether you’re an online English teacher, a psychologist, a music teacher, or a digital marketing specialist, being able to create your own workspace without wasting money on a lease can yield many benefits!

Revitalising outdoor spaces 

Another trend that is likely to pick up as we spend more and more time at home is maximising our liveable space wherever possible. For example, if in the event *touch wood* that we ever find ourselves in a lock-down situation again, imagine having a freshly renovated outdoor space that will enable you to get plenty of fresh air and shake off the cabin fever? 

Outdoor cooking facilities, showers, and entertainment areas in particular are growing in popularity. 

If you live in a condo without a personal balcony or any shared outdoor space, it might be worth looking for an upgrade. For example, the Knightsbridge Prime Sathorn in Bangkok boasts beautiful balconies and an infinity rooftop pool – an ideal compromise when you don’t have a garden of your own. 

A push for energy efficiency 

Most home renovations this year will be done with energy efficiency in mind. The experts predict that there will be more home owners having solar panels installed while replacing old appliances with new, eco-friendly units. 

Similarly, the modern home owner will likely be more inclined to work with home renovations experts who source their construction materials responsibly. 

Bathrooms & kitchens are always on trend 

Given that the kitchen and bathrooms are among the most high-traffic areas of the home, we’re likely to see a lot of practical and functional upgrades in 2023. Getting rid of old vanities, replacing countertops and faucets, and implementing energy-efficient ‘mood’ lighting is likely to be popular. 

Another likely trend will be installing bathtubs in properties that don’t already have them (for all the mother’s who’d have done anything for a hot soak and 30-minutes of privacy during the pandemic). 

Curves are in! 

Curves have been rather popular throughout 2022 and the experts predict that it’s going to continue throughout 2023 as well. Some of the best examples include curved kitchen islands, curvy sofas, round mirrors, accent rugs, and more.

Incorporating curves into your home is an effective way to soften up the sharp edges and harsh lines that otherwise give off a sterile and uninviting vibe.