Our Interior Design Trends for Any Home this Season
Kinland Notes
We are excited to bring you all our notes on the latest trends in interior design for 2023. Whether you're looking to refresh your living space or simply stay in the know, these design ideas will help you elevate your home aesthetics.
Our Interior Design Trends for Any Home this Season

Cosy Minimalism

No need to sacrifice your design principles if you’re looking to create a cosier space this season.

Focusing on a few key elements such as warmer neutrals and introducing texture through textiles and decor items, soft, tactile fabrics like wool, faux fur, or plush cushions can add a sense of comfort and provide a warm and inviting atmosphere even in a minimalist space.

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Mid Century Modern

The clean lines, functional design, and simplicity of mid-century modern pieces have a timeless quality that continues to appeal to people's sense of style.

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Japandi Style

Merge the simplicity of Japanese design with the cosyness of Scandinavian aesthetics for a serene, minimalist look.

Both Japanese and Scandinavian design emphasise minimalism. In Japanese design, you find the concept of "Ma," which refers to the space between objects. It's about creating a sense of balance and tranquility through open spaces.

Scandinavian design, on the other hand, embraces minimalism by focusing on functionality and simplicity. Combining these aspects, Japandi design eliminates unnecessary clutter and emphasises the beauty of simplicity, resulting in a clean and uncluttered space.

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Terracotta Tones

Earthy and warm, terracotta is a colour that adds depth and warmth to any room. Consider it for walls, furniture, or décor accents.

If you're not ready to commit to a full terracotta wall or furniture piece, use terracotta as an accent colour in your décor. This can be achieved through throw pillows, blankets, rugs, or ceramics.