2023 Spring Colour Trends: And How To Incorporate Them In Your Home

This spring season, we have seen a heavy influence on interior design through the inspiration of nature and the spring and summer colour palettes of fresh greenery and flowers. From rich greens to bright corals, this spring and summer season is filled with opportunities to be creative with colour in your home.

A pop of colour

We have seen a huge increase in bright colours being used within the Interior Design industry over recent months. From powdery pastel blues to electric pinks and corals, incorporating these vibrant and creative colours into design schemes has created a huge impact on the world of interiors.

When planning on incorporating these colours into your home, it may seem a little intimidating at first. However, don’t panic – this is the best time to experiment and have fun with your interior styling!

If you prefer to add a subtle change to your home without having to redecorate your whole house, these colours can be easily added to a scheme through smaller accessories and details.

For example, a great way of incorporating a new trend into your home is by focusing on textiles such as a new cushion or a new rug. These items can be easily changed depending on the season and can often be sourced for a low price so that you can stay ahead of the trends without breaking the bank. 

If you are a bold colour lover, then this is your chance to really make a statement! We recommend creating a feature wall or even a DIY mural using your favourite trending colours. This creates a real focal point within a room and allows the paint colours to do the talking. Once your feature wall is finished, adding pops of cohesive colour though accessories such as lamps, vases and artwork simply compliments the main décor and creates an overall showstopper design scheme. 

Due to the vibrancy of these colours, this trend would work perfectly in a teenager’s room, home office or spare bedroom. Alternatively, you could tone these colours down and incorporate a more muted look within the calmer areas of your home such as your bedroom or living room. 

Top Tip: Due to the heavy influence of nature found within the Spring/Summer colour trends, an instant way of introducing these vibrant pink and blue tones into your home is simply through fresh flowers. Not only do these reflect spring, but they are also proven to improve your mood and wellbeing.

Rich Neutrals

This family of trending colours are for the neutral lovers and it is safe to say that they are here to stay. These rich colours range from warm burgundy to toasty beiges and decadent green tones. Neutrals are designed to be easily malleable and able to easily fit into a variety of different design styles so there is sure to be something for everyone.

A great way of incorporating these colours into your home is through ‘colour drenching’. This term refers to when you paint a room in the same paint colour, including all walls, woodwork and even the ceiling, and is set to be a huge interior design trend this year. Combining this design technique with your favourite trending neutral colour will instantly open up a room and create an illusion of a larger space. Colour drenching works well with neutral colours such as beige and green as these tones are often versatile and timeless. 

If colour drenching a room isn’t for you, there are many other ways you can add these neutral tones into your home. Due to the earthy tones of these neutral colours, it is easy to inject these tones into your home by incorporating more natural materials such as wood, greenery and even clay.