A Bold & Timeless Trend in Interior Design

A vibrant splash of colour has the power to lift moods and alter the entire ambience of a room. And after the stress and trials of the last few years, most of us are feeling the need for a little levity. Little surprise then, that bold primary tones featured strongly as the standout home décor colour trend for 2023 at the trade shows.

What Are the Current Trending Home Décor Colours?

Choosing Your Colour

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Here we’ve chosen some of our favourite examples, to give you an idea of what to look for when introducing Primary Colours into your home.

Blue Crumple Vase

This unusual jug is delicately formed from porcelain to resemble crumpled paper, and its fluid lines appear almost organic. Redolent of the bluest of flowing waters, it would look equally at home decanting drinks as it would as a decorative centrepiece. Or why not emphasise its natural lines by using it as a vase, elegantly displaying fresh spring blossoms in your home? Made by Swedish brand BYON.

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Tam Tam Side Table

Polspotten’s goal is to ‘Add Play to Space’, and with this exuberantly hued side table they do just that. As versatile as it is striking, it can double up as a stool and requires minimal maintenance. Its sunshine yellow colour and clean bold lines are reminiscent of playtime and innocent days of childhood. Sure to put a smile on you and your guests’ faces, this is a little table that’s big on joy.

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Sofia Lind - Hold You Print

This Swedish-born artist specialises in patterns, and the flowing figures and brushstrokes in this piece evoke beautifully calm, fluid motion. The primary colours used are in subtly muted tones, meaning this artwork will fit with most neutral interior schemes without jarring. The kinship and merriment depicted make this print ideal for a dining space or anywhere you might entertain guests.

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