Michigan-based Big Wall Décor noted that the hottest home design trends for 2023 are light and art.
“People are longing for eco-conscious homes with multipurpose interiors that create a relaxing and comfortable flow, focusing on appropriate-sized furniture, larger-than-life artwork and oftentimes incorporating rich color hues with enhanced lighting.”
Here in the Great Lakes State, many spend a lot more time inside during the winter, and this is the time of year when we start staring at our walls wondering how we can freshen things up. Pantone’s color of the year for 2023, viva magenta, indicates trends are looking toward pops of color. The hybrid shade is a vibrant crimson tone that is both warm and cool. Yet instead of painting the wall with a color that may be overly stimulating, consider changing out your art with trending colors.
Big Wall Décor has seen a huge growth in its large-scale, non-canvas, sustainable and transportable, original artwork.
“People are recognizing that big space and empty walls make a home feel vacant. We see homeowners yearn to create an authentic and engaging space, where conversation and tranquility combine,” said Nick Ford, founder of Big Wall Décor.
“We were very aware and educated of other products in the market for large-scale art, but they weren’t sustainable, interchangeable or mobile,” he added. “Big Wall Décor was created to make art more affordable and diverse; therefore, people can swap out art, save and reuse.”
But as with any great art, a spotlight will really help it shine. Big Wall Décor said lighting fixtures, multiple hues and eco-friendly options are top of mind for homeowners. Michigan winters also prove time and time again that lack of light affects our mental health, so letting the light in is key to fostering healthy and positive energy.
“We have seen so many of our customers switch from group offices to individualized spaces during the pandemic. The at-home workspace is now a multipurpose area of the home that needs to be properly balanced between business and personal space. Once people began working more and more hours from home, they realized the lighting needed to be completely different,” said Ford.
So whether it’s that vibrant pop or more subdued and calming art, letting the light in and changing out your wall décor is a low-cost way to completely change up your living or work space, giving you a fresh attitude and just the right mood for what you want to achieve in 2023.