Many of our interior design trends can also be seen among the fashion industry.
There are many similarities between the two, both working with colour, patterns & textures. You will often notice that the runway defines what is to come in interior design. Each offer an artistic way to express oneself, and so you see many similarities between the way one might dress to how their interiors are designed.
One trend we have seen cross over is ‘Sunset Hues’. Predicted to be a big trend for 2023, pinks, reds and yellows are making a come back. Even deep mustards and chocolate browns are proving increasingly popular. These warm & nourishing tones have been seen during fashion week shows across the globe and are most definitely making their way into our homes.
Along with the still trending green hues, these colours express our collective desire for a closeness to nature. These cosy colours are a welcome change from the cold greys we have seen for so long in the industry.
Colour of the year predictions show a variety of these shades;
Pantone – Viva Magenta
Dulux – Wild Wonder
Benjamin Moore – Raspberry Blush
And while we have also seen a clear boucle trend within the interior design industry the last year, it is going no where. Check out some looks from Chanel’s 2023 runway:
Not only is it obvious that the signature boucle of Chanel is here to stay, these colours are a clear link to our ‘Colour of the Year’ hues mentioned earlier.
We have also noticed an increase in demand for stripes. With new collections from Osborne & Little showcasing stunning stripes in colours not seen before. You can get a sneak peak of a stripe in the shirt of this Chanel look.
Striking reds hitting both our homes & our wardrobes!