When those who deal in area real estate study Costa Mesa home design trends, they usually point to the ebb and flow of interior décor choices—like the recent ascension of mixed textural elements or the growing preference for warming neutral colors. But when Homes and Gardens published their list of the “10 interior design trends” that will shape home spaces in 2023, no such minor fine-tuning was at the head of its list. This year, a more consequential shift was declared.

At first blush, their first place choice sounds like some pop philosophical notion—but H&G nixed any such thought, deeming their Number One trend “anything but a fashionable fad.”

The new leading trend is “The Influence of The Natural World.”

This might seem to be a restatement of a long-acknowledged trend, often presented as an appreciation of “the color palettes rooted in nature”—but what is meant is more comprehensive than a simple color choice. This movement triggers more substantial architectural impacts, like the emerging popularity of urban rooftop gardens or the fostering of an “indoor-outdoor feel” in the home.

This growing attraction to the human need for elements of the great outdoors is credited in part to a reaction to the housebound restrictions that were part of the Covid-19 experience. Costa Mesa home design has long included appreciation for the warmth of wood and the reassuring durability of natural stone, whether or not their “calming and relaxing” qualities have been expressly recognized.

Neither is Home & Garden a lone voice in the urban wilderness. Last week Realtor Magazine’s March 1 news article described “what’s new and next” in interior design. It’s “Biophilic Design,” which is “all about human connection to nature through architecture.” The term applies to homes that deliberately pursue a seamless indoor-outdoor connection—one that should make its residents feel like they are stepping into a natural world. More than just “pleasing color palettes and potted plants,” it portrays architecture that uses such artifacts as living walls (walls covered with living plants) and transition spaces like screened-in porches and outdoor kitchens.

You don’t have to track the latest interior design movements to stay informed about those that might just influence your own future real estate endeavors—we’ll do that for you. Call anytime!

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