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Remodeling Trends for 2023

Remodeling trends focus on innovation, color, materials, and functionality. From bold color palettes to sustainable materials and smart solutions, these trends offer the chance to transform your home into a modern and stylish space.

In this guide, we'll explore the most exciting trends of 2023 and how you can implement them in your own home.

 

Find out how to make the most of the latest design ideas, incorporating unique and custom elements that reflect your individuality and make you proud of your space.

SPA Bathroom

Creating a serene, spa-like environment in your bathroom provides somewhere to unwind and relax after a long day.

Whether you’re spending more time at home, or you just want somewhere to be alone with your thoughts for a while, consider a bathroom with a large bathtub, stand-up shower, low lighting, and calm colors. Bring a bit of nature into the space to complete the calming environment (and don’t forget those scented candles!).

If your bathroom is tight on storage, add built-in shelves or cabinets. That allows you to have all your necessities close at hand while keeping them out of sight so that you can maintain the soothing environment you desire.

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Multifunctional Islands

Kitchen islands have been around for years, but they are now doing so much more than simply adding a few feet of counter space.

Homeowners are saving space by installing their dishwashers, sinks and trash pullouts in islands, leaving much more room throughout the kitchen for other things. Of course, an island is also a gathering place for everyone, so the trend in 2023 is large seating areas around the island where the crew can gather.

Large Window Banks

There’s nothing better than natural light in a home, and the best way to get it is with large banks of windows. Whether you add windows to multiple walls or install a floor-to-ceiling window wall as the focal point in a room, large windows will transform a space in the most beautiful way.

Natural light not only makes your home more beautiful and can make a room feel larger, updated UV blocking technologies built into many window options combined with lower lighting needs, may also help lower energy usage.

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Functional Mudrooms

Every home needs a “drop zone” — a place where everyone can make the transition from being outdoors to being ready for the indoors. Shoe racks, closets, and areas to wash up are just a few of the key features of a functional mudroom (which often pulls double duty as the laundry room).

Today’s multifunctional mudrooms offer more than a washer and dryer or a hook for jackets. They are where everyone drops the wet or dirty clothes and dons the clothing that will help keep the house clean.

Multifunctional Rooms

If the last 2 years proved anything, it was that no matter how big your house is, it likely still doesn’t provide enough workspace for everyone. That’s a big reason why multifunctional rooms are another hot trend for 2023.

Families want to know their home has the space working from home, spontaneous Zoom meetings, or home schooling without tripping over each other. From offices that double as rooms for schoolwork to kitchens that double as work zones on the fly, multifunctional rooms are needed by just about every family today.

Don’t forget about dual-use spaces that allow for relaxation and unwinding, too. Think couches in home offices, chairs in bedrooms, and extra seating in the kitchen so others in the family can converse with you while you cook or just get ready for the day.

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Built-in Storage

Even if you live a minimalist lifestyle, you’ll need plenty of storage. Today’s trend is built-in storage to keep your stuff organized and handy while keeping your home looking and feeling clean and pulled together.

Think cubbies in mudrooms, pull-out shelves, bathroom hooks and places to wrangle all the cords and accessories, and stylish open shelving for bedrooms and bathrooms for decor and storage.

Built-in storage can be open, or closed and hidden. You get to decide what look you’re going for in your home, but it’s simple to make use of your walls and give yourself the storage you need without taking up too much space.

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