The interior design industry is constantly evolving and changing with new technologies, materials, and trends. While many of these trends are short-lived and not permanent fixtures in our homes, some have lasting power. Join us as we take a look at some of the most popular trends from 2019 that will continue to have an impact on home design through 2023!

Lighting fixtures made with natural materials 

Recent lighting trends have increasingly focused on using natural materials like stone, wood and glass to create a space that is both environmentally conscious and stylish. Lighting fixtures made from these kinds of natural materials can be used anywhere from an entryway to a bathroom mirror.

Using natural lights has numerous advantages. As these materials are not made by high-energy processes, they don’t contribute to global warming or pollution. They are also typically very durable, so they can withstand use over time without losing quality or lustre. In addition, they have a lot of character due to their unique textures and patterns. If you’re looking to add some warmth and personality to your home, consider choosing lamps and chandeliers that complement its furnishings and architecture with their material choices.

Chandeliers remain popular 

Chandeliers are still a popular fixture in many homes, and they’ll likely continue to be a key part of your decorating scheme in 2023. Chandeliers can add drama and elegance to any space, but they’re also versatile enough to be used in any room of your home. If you’re looking for a reliable lighting source that will last for years and grow in value, consider adding chandeliers to your decorating scheme.

Mix and match metallic fixtures 

If you want to add some glitz and glamour, metallic fixtures are the way to go. These can be used in any room of your house, from the bedrooms to dining rooms and bathrooms. It’s important to remember that all metals don’t look good together; you have to make sure that they match in terms of colour and texture.

We suggest starting with silver and gold as these two metals will create a luxurious look for your home. For example, if you put a silver chandelier above your dining table with gold accents around it (perhaps on chairs or wall hangings), this would help create an airy atmosphere while still adding some shine at the same time!

If your style is more rustic or traditional then bronze may be more suitable as its darker appearance contrasts nicely against light walls or tiles – try pairing it with nickel fixtures too because both these metals tend towards warm tones rather than cool ones like white or black which might clash too much with each other otherwise (depending on what else is used throughout).

Use downlights for precision with style 

Downlights are another modern lighting trend that you might want to consider in 2023. These lights can be used to highlight specific areas of your room, and they come in a wide variety of styles. If you have artwork or architectural features that deserve attention, downlights are an excellent way to draw the eye to them. Downlights also add drama if you’re looking for something more dramatic than ambient lighting.

The best time to use downlights is when your room has some sort of focal point—like artwork or architectural details—that you want to highlight.

Pendants galore 

The pendant light trend has been growing over the last few years, and there’s no reason to think it’ll stop any time soon.

It’s easy to see why: pendant lights are affordable and easy to install, so they’re perfect for people who are on a budget but want to make their homes look beautiful and unique.

They’re also versatile, and modern and can be used to highlight a feature or create a dramatic effect in your home. They are also the perfect solution for adding light without adding clutter—and who doesn’t want that?

Sculptural Lighting

If you’re looking for a way to add personality and style to your home, look no further than sculptural lighting. Sculptural lighting is a great option for any room in your home, from the kitchen or dining area to the foyer or bedroom. Sculptural lighting is particularly effective when placed near architectural details in an open floor plan home, such as curving walls or vaulted ceilings.

In addition to being versatile enough for every space in your home, sculptural lighting will also make you feel like an interior designer every time you turn it on!

Smart lighting

A continuing trend in 2023 is smart lighting. Smart lighting systems can be controlled with your phone, allowing you to turn lights on and off at any time of day, set schedules for when lights should come on during the day (like at dusk), and even control them based on motion detection or temperature sensors. These systems are also able to adjust their brightness depending on the time of day—which means that you’ll never have to leave a room in complete darkness again!

This technology is perfect for people who want a little more control over their home’s lighting but aren’t quite ready for a full-blown smart home system. It’s also a great option for those who want to try out different colours without having to replace all of their bulbs since smart bulbs are available in every colour imaginable—even pink!

Minimalistic interior lamps 

While lamps are one of the primary sources of light in a room, they can also provide added character to a space. They’re often overlooked at design shows because they don’t offer the same visual impact as ceiling-mounted fixtures or floor lamps. But there are so many ways to use them!

We’ve seen some cool ways to use these simple lamps, like hanging them from the ceiling or setting them on top of solid oak beams. They’re versatile and can be used to create a space that’s cosy and calming—or one that’s bright and fun.

If you’re looking for a touch of drama, try using multiple pendants over your dining table. A bright pendant in one corner will make a bold statement while still providing ample ambient light for conversation.

If you want something more traditional and warm, try using table lamps instead of overhead lighting: these smaller lights will cast shadows on the wall behind them—which adds depth and creates interesting patterns on its surface—and create an intimate atmosphere when paired with a candle or two (though no matter how romantic they appear, don’t forget fire safety).

So there you have it! Interior lighting trends in 2023 are sure to be bright and full of innovation. Whether you’re looking to update your home or just learn more about trends in the industry, these ideas are sure to help you find inspiration for your next project!