Do you ever feel stuck? Do you look around your home and no longer have a sense of joy or wonder?
Many homeowners experience an overwhelming sense of possibility when they walk into their newly purchased homes for the first time. After a few years, this euphoric feeling usually starts to disappear. After five to ten years, the overwhelming sense of possibility when you walk into your home is often just a memory. At Humanity Home & Cabinetry, we think this is a missed opportunity!
An intentional and guided home remodel or renovation might be just the thing to make your home exciting again! Keep reading to learn about a few suggestions our interior design experts have for refreshing your home in 2023.
Roy G. Biv
Do you remember the name Roy G. Biv? If that sounds familiar, then you’re not alone! As we predicted at the end of last year, 2023 is going to be the year of colors: reds, oranges, yellows, greens, blues, indigos, and violets.
After years of white kitchens and light paints raining supreme, bursts of color are back on the scene. Many homeowners are remodeling with fresh paint and colorful accent pieces that feel true to their personalities. While this can be difficult, an experienced interior designer can help you piece it all together!
This homeowner wanted to incorporate ocean blues in their vacation home kitchen remodel; our professional interior design team delivered:
Similar to our feelings about all-white kitchens, minimalistic centered interior design will always be a great interior design choice: it’s both aesthetically pleasing and can be made intentionally functional. With that said, minimalism is no longer the end-all be-all answer to interior design – especially in the kitchen.
As homeowners are displaying more and more of their sentimental or antique possessions throughout the home, we are also noticing that homeowners are less afraid to even use kitchen appliances or utensils as accent pieces. Do you love baking and have a bold and striking mixer? Keep it on display!
Flea Market Heaven
Do you have a friend that’s always asking you to go to the local flea market with him or her? This may be the year to finally tag along!
Accent pieces that say “live, laugh, love” are a thing of the past. Nowadays, homeowners are dusting off their family heirlooms and antiques to put out on display. Did your grandparents gift you with a vintage armoire, antique mirror, or an Olympia typewriter? Did you find an historic instrument at a garage sale? Go ahead and display them proudly.
Do you want to join this design trend of displaying accent pieces and bold colors that match your personality, but you don’t know where to start looking? That’s where we come in! Click here to contact our interior design team today if you’re considering a home remodel, renovation, or new construction in Santa Rosa or Sonoma County.
Humanity Home & Cabinetry
799 Piner Rd, Suite A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403