Dallas, Texas is home to some of the most beautiful real estate in the country. While the stunning exteriors are unforgettable in their own right, the interiors are just as noteworthy. Dallas designers have helped to make this Texas real estate market one of the most popular in the country. From the City of Dallas to surrounding suburbs, there are many luxury properties featuring the latest in interior design trends.
Whether you own Flower Mound real estate, a condo in downtown Dallas, or one of the many Argyle luxury homes, your interior design will have a huge impact on the eventual sale of your home. Beautiful interior design can improve the resale value of your property and help it to sell quickly. The market in the Dallas Fort Worth area is beginning to shift to a buyers market. Home prices are declining slightly and staying on the market longer. That means that sellers need to do everything they can to catch the eyes of buyers.
Keep reading for the top five interior design trends for 2023.
While neutral colors have dominated interior design trends in recent years, look for bolder and more saturated colors in 2023. For example, Benjamin Moore recently revealed their 2023 Color of the Year — Raspberry Blush. The vibrant orange-red color hopes to energize interiors that have been washed in neutrals in recent years.
Additionally, Sherwin-Williams’ Color of the Year for 2023 is Redent Point, a blush-beige hue. While not as bold as Benjamin Moore’s Raspberry Blush, the color is still rich and definitely not boring. Meanwhile, Glidden is going with Vining Ivy for 2023 — another vibrant pick. This color is a bluish twist on the popular shades of green that we have seen recently.
While the proliferation of wall paper is not a new trend for 2023, it’s certainly not going anywhere. Similar to the re-introduction of bold colors, designers are turning to wall paper to add textures, patterns, and a unique personality to homes. In 2023, look for wall papers with splashes of animal prints, florals, intricate designs, bold colors (again), or even a simple grasscloth.
Simple and inviting kitchens
A fresh and on-trend kitchen can quickly elevate your home. However, renovating your kitchen with trends that are too specific can be expensive and require another renovation as soon as the next trend arrives. Luckily, the kitchen trends for 2023 look to be focused on simplicity and function, with entertaining in mind. Kitchen designer Caren Rideau recently shared with Veranda Magazine that she sees unimposing hoods, open shelving displays, and functional pantries taking center stage in 2023.
Of these trends, pantries are not typically top of mind for interior design. However, pantries that are well organized and include plenty of storage continue to be important features in homes. With more and more small appliances on the market and in our kitchens, ample storage is key. Plus, nothing is more visually appealing than a home that’s clean and free of clutter.
Fully matching cabinet fixtures, faucets, and lighting appear to be on the way out. Instead, designers are upping the interest level and adding personality and character with a variety of metal tones. Choose a primary metal to be the focal point of the room and add in complementary metals as accents. Also, look for variety in the finish of the metal. Metal finishes vary from antiqued, matte, brushed, or polished.
Aged brass continues to be a popular choice for metals but it can easily be overdone. This is where mixing metal types and finishes comes in. Mix in a brushed nickel or matte black for a custom look.
Embrace your home’s style and era
The modern farmhouse with white and black exteriors have been sweeping the nation. This style is absolutely beautiful in the right application, like one of the farm or ranch Flower Mound real estate properties. However, designers are growing tired of seeing every house on the block painted white with black trim. The same goes for interiors that feature shiplap and all black fixtures. Instead, designers are encouraging their clients to embrace details and design that fits with the period and style their home was built in. Choose exterior colors and landscaping, and interior trims and details that complement the existing architecture of your home and the time period it was built in. (And remember - mix metals!)
If 2023’s interior design trends show anything, it’s that the cookie-cutter trends of recent years are on their way out. Designers and homeowners seem to be embracing the charm and personality that make each family and their home unique! If you’re putting your home on the market soon, think about adding decor that accentuates the home’s character to the buyer.
If you’re browsing the market for a new home, lean on Berry Boyd Group to help you identify properties that are in good locations and will meet all your needs.