Each year new trends emerge. Talented Interior Designers work with colours, fabrics and shapes to explore new vistas and new horizons. Today the directions trending are about comfort, colour and sustainability. The Sulfaro Team carefully monitor both European and North American trends popular in both Spring and Autumn. What is happening in Spring in Europe will find its way to us here in Australia in the corresponding season.
To assist you in your search for the furniture you truly desire, the look and the finish you hope for, we re-publish the following article from Newinteriortrends.com, entitled Home Décor Trends 2023 – Colours, Patterns and Materials – it provides some very useful and exciting tips and information for anyone contemplating a refreshment of their current interior and living areas or for those currently dressing an entirely new space or dwelling.
The 2023 interior design trends for the home
Represent a return to simplicity and communion with natural elements: from the use of sustainable materials to the choice of colours that are reminiscent of nature.
Interior design trends for 2023 reflect the idea of sustainability, comfort and design: The home becomes the quintessential place dedicated to coexistence and being together with a return to essentiality and nature.
Sustainability and minimalism are the key concepts on which the decoration trends of 2023 will be developed, both in terms of the choice of furniture and materials: glass, wood and stone will be the most used materials next year, as they are eco-sustainable and highly customizable: nature will also be present in the choice of colours, from forest green to desert ochre. White paint in its various shades is a good option to contrast with these colours.
The decoration trends of 2023, from the choice of colours to materials and trends dedicated to the different rooms of the house, from the kitchen to the living room, through the bathroom and bedroom.
Trendy colours 2023: the most popular shades for home decor
Together with the materials, the colours also become the mirror of the new styles and the new trends: the fashionable colours of 2023 are warm and comfortable and give the different spaces a familiar and relaxed tone: next year they will be the protagonists tones that are mostly inspired by natural elements such as deserts or forests. These colours can also be seen in the 2023 trends in restaurant decoration.
There will be no shortage of ochre, which blends with cinnamon and bronze, green, which recalls the serenity of country-inspired forests, and blue, the relaxing colour par excellence, perfect in opposition to white and wood.
Blue for an elegant and refined style
One of the most popular shades will be blue, the quintessential colour that brings serenity and calms the mind. The darker blue tone is especially fashionable, which combines perfectly with the light wood and the golden accessories, creating a very elegant effect.
Rural-inspired olive green
Green is a colour that allows you to reconnect directly with nature, and furniture in this tone is ideal for relaxing your mind. Among the trendy colours of 2023 is olive green, which is great when combined with wooden furniture to give the house a refined country chic effect.
Yellow is a colour full of light, but its strong and bright tone is often difficult to combine, in the 2023 trend the striking effect is softened and ochre is the protagonist, a very refined colour that recalls the colours of sand, desert and exotic countries.
Excellent for lovers of ethnic style, ochre reaches its maximum expression in contrast with dark grey, for a soberer effect, and with forest green, to give the environment an original Mexican style.
2023 Trends, between minimalism and sustainability
The design trends of 2023 emphasize the theme of nature and eco sustainability, without giving up the desire for elegance and aesthetics: the home should be cozy and comfortable, where the minimalist approach finds its balance with natural elements.
Thus, one can understand why the Nordic style, with its harmonious and essential lines, is the most fashionable style in 2023, capable of giving an aura of simplicity and purity to the furniture.
The desire for the countryside and natural furniture finds its natural expression in the rustic style, where wicker, rattan and wood become the starting points with which to have fun creating furniture with a familiar and nostalgic flavour.
Trending materials 2023, sustainability is the keyword
Society pays more and more attention to ecology and the preservation of the planet, and the interior design trends of 2023 perfectly reflect this ideology. The interior design trend gives preference to recycled materials, manufactured with low environmental impact and from certified forests.
The most popular material is wood: versatile and eco-sustainable, it gives warmth and personality to the environment, allowing you to reconnect with the earth.
Along with it, two other fashionable materials for 2023: glass and stone. Glass allows you to play with shapes and colours, creating suggestive games of light. The stone is used not only for kitchen countertops and flooring but also for wall panels
2023 furniture trends for the living room
The living room of 2023 will be spacious, cozy and relaxing, the true focal point of the house.
The natural element is defined not only with preserved plants, flowers and plants, recreating an authentic urban jungle, but also with exotic wallpaper. The sofa, large and cozy, becomes the main element of the living area, combined with suspended bookcases or made with recycled materials.
Select the Design, the Style, the Fabrics and Colours You Desire For Your New Lounge Suite
Start your journey with Sulfaro here – the Sulfaro website.
The Sulfaro website offers customers the opportunity to browse our full Sulfaro Collection to then choose the particular design of sofa or armchair they desire. In addition, there is an excellent selection of complementary accessories – decorative lamps, credenzas, sideboards, buffets, coffee and side tables and luxurious rugs.
The Signature Selection offers a selection of vignettes created by well-known Designer, Amanda Richmond, featuring some of our more popular sofas, armchairs and occasional chairs with complementary accessories.
View our full catalogue now – the Sulfaro Collection – and make your selections. Click on any image in the Collection whilst on our website to download a fact sheet or save the image of your chosen furniture piece.
- Contemporary / Modern
On trend, modern design, sleek, low comfortable.
- Traditional / European
Elegant Classic European, timeless beauty, stunning design.
- Classic / Hamptons
Relaxed yet formal, stylish – comfort from the Hamptons.
- Recliners / Motion Suites
Pure relaxation and comfort. Sit back, stretch out, pure enjoyment.
- Decor and Design Accessories
A complete range of accessories including coffee tables, credenzas, buffets, side cabinets, lamps and much more.
Customisation with Sulfaro – You Select the Fabrics, Leathers, Colours and Materials
At Sulfaro you have the opportunity to choose the fine fabrics and leathers you may desire or prefer, as well you may select the accessories, the style, the look you prefer – buttoning, piping, cushioning, skirting, fringing, castors or timber feet – as well as timber finishing to your satisfaction.
Make an Appointment to Customise Your New Furniture as You Desire
Call us on 03 9872 4608 and schedule an appointment with our Sulfaro Design Team at your convenience. The Team led by Retail Manager, Amelia Sulfaro, will guide you through the process in an exciting and rewarding exercise. Choose the fabrics and leathers you desire from our extensive collection gathered from Australia and the world’s leading fabric houses and fine leather suppliers. When completed your new lounge suite will reflect your taste and vision, providing comfort and real beauty to your home and its living areas.
Interior Design Service Free and Exclusive to All Sulfaro Customers
For many people assistance with their interior design decisions is greatly appreciated. At Sulfaro we offer all customers and commercial clients access to our interior design service at no charge. Again, simply call us on 03 9872 4608 and make a time to meet with our Design Team to assist you in your deliberations.
Visit Our Showrooms Spring Sale Now On!
The Spring Sale at Sulfaro is now in full swing, with ticketed and indicated items being offered at up to 40% discount there has never been a better time to purchase your new Sulfaro sofa, armchair or lounge suite. All furniture offered at discount is genuinely handcrafted and exclusive to Sulfaro.
Drive out to visit us at 650-652 Whitehorse Road, Mitcham. There is ample off-street parking and we are open 7 days per week (details below). There are two huge showrooms with a superb display of high quality, luxury furniture available for your purchase and viewing pleasure. Come out, take a seat and enjoy the supreme comfort that is Sulfaro.
Sulfaro is 100% Australian Made and 100% Australian Owned
Sulfaro was established in the early 1960’s, over sixty years’ ago by family patriarch, the late Nunzio Sulfaro, all Sulfaro furniture is 100% Australian made and produced exclusively in the Sulfaro studios and workshop to the rear of the Sulfaro showrooms in Mitcham. Wherever and whenever possible Sulfaro utilise Australian components and materials.
Sulfaro is a wholly owned family business. Purchasing from Sulfaro supports a valuable industry sector, Australian workers and their families, as well as, ultimately, the Australian economy.
Select Sulfaro for Quality, Comfort and Superb Design.
Take a seat on your selected Sulfaro sofa or chair, sit back and relax. Enjoy the true comfort and support of a genuinely handcrafted, hand-built Sulfaro masterpiece. It’s the Sulfaro experience and it’s designed to last you a lifetime.
Sulfaro – simply the very best
Sulfaro showrooms are located at 650-652 Whitehorse Road, Mitcham, corner Cochrane Street, approximately one kilometre west of the Ringwood off ramps on Eastlink. There is ample off-street parking available.
Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm.
Sunday 11am to 4pm.