Wellness and serenity, gothic influences, and fun fabrics could be amongst the next big homeware trends, new expert predictions have revealed.

Rooflight specialists Duplus collaborated with 7 experts to predict the next big interiors and architecture trends for AW 2022 and 2023, also giving advice on ways homeowners can incorporate these trends into their own properties.


The trend predictions for A/W 2022 include:

  1. Biophilic design
  2. Gothic influences
  3. Art deco bathrooms
  4. Extensions and dormers
  5. Pearlcore
  6. Boucle
  7. Curves
  8. Checks and chequered patterns
  9. Structured architectural lighting
  10. Darker doors and window frames

The trend predictions for 2023 include:

  1. Wellness and serenity
  2. Sustainability and eco friendly
  3. 1980s Memphis Design
  4. Modern monochrome kitchens
  5. Greek influences
  6. Warm metallics
  7. Milky ceramics
  8. ‘Spring brights’ and neon touches
  9. Fifth wall
  10. Fun fabrics


Gavin Helgeson, Rooflight Division Manager from Duplus, commented:

“We have seen an increased number of visitors, from new build enquiries to property renovators, looking to improve the lighting and space in their homes, and several of the predicted trends emphasize these growing desires. However, as well as major improvements – such as extensions or dormers, changing windows and doors, and bathroom and kitchen renovations – more affordable interior design and styling changes also appear to be sharply on the rise, so if you are looking to renovate your home in A/W 2022 or 2023, we hope these suggestions inspire you on what is possible, no matter what your budget”.

For more information on the research, visit: https://duplus.co.uk/20-booming-property-trends-for-autumn-winter-2022-2023/

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