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Inspiring Interior Design Ideas

The landscape of interior design has evolved drastically over the past 10 years due to a sharp increase of ideas, moods, tips and tricks, a plethora of information, and a wide range of products which can be purchased on the internet.

However, there are some trends that will be taking the industry by storm this year and could well position themselves as benchmarks for interior design going forward.

Sustainable Materials for a Greener Future

In the quest for a more sustainable future, room designing favours eco-friendly materials that not only add aesthetic value but also reduce environmental impact. With a growing focus on sustainability, natural and renewable materials like bamboo, cork, and reclaimed wood are gaining popularity, alongside other household objects being repurposed in innovative ways. TikTok and Instagram are exploding with these design ‘hacks’ and are well worth exploring before you update your interior design.

Minimalism with a Twist

In 2023, minimalism takes on a new dimension. While the essence of minimalism lies in simplicity and functionality, this year we see a fusion of minimalism with bold accents and unexpected pops of colour. By juxtaposing clean lines and monochromatic palettes with vibrant accessories and statement pieces, Irish designers are creating spaces that are visually striking yet harmonious, whilst maintaining functionality.

Smart Homes for Modern Living

With technological advancements, smart homes have become an integral part of modern living. In 2023, we see a greater emphasis on seamlessly integrating smart technology into our interior design choices. Voice-controlled lighting systems have revolutionised the way we interact with our homes. With a simple command, the brightness and colour of your light can be changed, transforming the ambience of your space effortlessly. Alongside artificial lighting, your natural light can also now be automated with the press of a button, which is particularly useful if your curtains are in hard-to-reach places, or you have Velux skylight windows. Automated curtains are also a great option for those who work nights, or find it hard to get out of bed in the morning, as our automated curtains offer full expulsion of light from a room giving a blackout effect, or they can be opened to flood your room with sunshine in the morning so your body can naturally wake up, making it easier to get out of bed.


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