2023 Interior Design Trends for Your Mobile Home
Now that we’re a month into 2023, you might be thinking about how you can redecorate or remodel your mobile home this year.
No matter what your wants or needs are for your home, you should know about the newest and most popular design trends for 2023. By reading this blog, you’ll be able to make your mobile home even more modern when it comes to style and appeal.
Here are some of the top 2023 interior design trends for your mobile home that you should consider using:
Trend 1 – Earth Tones
Interior designers everywhere are continuing to emphasize earth tones when decorating or painting the inside of your home. This includes shades of brown, green, gray, and even some muted reds.
Why are these colors so popular in 2023? Well, for one, these colors can help a home sell faster, as they’re usually more neutral colors that a buyer can more easily see themselves in if rooms in your home are painted these colors.
Additionally, they invite a sense of natural beauty. Rather than have colors that feel artificial or sterile, the right shade of taupe or sage can make one feel more refreshed and in tune with their home.
Trend 2 – Stone and Wood Trims
Speaking of more natural vibes for your home, furnishings with stone and wood trims, such as counters and tabletops, are on the upswing. These can sometimes be made out of the real thing and covered with a lacquer or sealant, or can be marble, vinyl, or another surfacetop that looks like stone or wood.
These are becoming more popular for the same reason as earth tones for your walls. They invite a sense of natural curiosity and can make your home feel more upscale.
If you’re building a customized manufactured home, your manufacturer may also have surfaces for counters and tabletops that fall under this category.
Trend 3 – Easy on the Lights!
If you’re redecorating your mobile home, pay special attention to your lights.
Brightly lit rooms have been a design trend for a while now, but one downside can be that they can overstimulate and tire out the eyes.
That’s why rooms that have more muted lighting are becoming more popular in 2023. Rather than having four different light sources in your living room or bedroom, consider cutting down to just a few that make your room feel more “zen” – that is, calming and energizing.
You’d be shocked at how much a room with just the right amount of calm lighting can make you feel cozier in your home!
Trend 4 – Nostalgic, Vintage Design
This is a design trend that’s not only fashionable, but also sustainable.
Whether it’s a tile backsplash in the kitchen or bathroom, or cabinets that are as vintage as they look, going back to the past for your home’s decor is an increasingly popular way to go.
For one, many design trends from the early to mid-20th century still hold up today in terms of quality and stylistic flair.
Re-using these materials to redecorate your home is also sustainable from an environmental standpoint, and eliminates waste.
One thing to keep in mind if you’re using, say, old tiles or cabinets is to make sure you’re installing or decorating them safely. Many older building materials from before the 21st century may contain hazardous substances that can cause harm if you’re not careful. Do your research beforehand to ensure anything used in your mobile home remodel project is free of any toxic substances.
Trend 5 – Wellness and Productivity Design
Having a home office isn’t a brand new design trend; these have surged in popularity over the past few years, even before remote work became so commonplace.
What has started to rise in popularity, though, are spaces that are more thoughtful and intentional when it comes to wellness and productivity. Yes, having a home office is great, but does it make you feel refreshed and ready to take on the work day? Or do you find yourself more stressed and drained here than in other areas of your home?
Consider the following additions to your home office or wellness space (such as if you have a fitness area in your home):
- Soundproofing foam
- Curtains that allow in increased natural light
- Calm, cool colors as opposed to bright colors on your walls
- An air filtration system, if possible