Celebrate the New Year with blinds, curtains and shades in vibrant colours and appealing designs.
If eyes are the window to the soul, a window is an eye to the beautiful world outside. This coming year, it would be fun to dress up your windows according to chic window-covering trends for 2023. In this article, we list down some great ideas on what is hot and swanky in the coming year.
Our fearless forecast at Lux Timbers is that window coverings will never go out of style. Homeowners used to love the mere functionality of window coverings, but nowadays, the artistically inclined sees a happy union among aesthetics, style, and enhanced property value, on top of functionality. Is it safe to say that the colours and design of window coverings reflect the homeowners’ personalities? A creative team behind Lux Timbers has curated a 2023 window covering trends that would suit different personalities.
Are you excited to know which type of window covering is hot and trendy in 2023? What type of window coverings to choose from is personal taste and preference. A warm and bubbly person may experiment with sheer or crisp linen curtains in bright colours, while the ultra-conservative may go for a minimalist look. As a rule of thumb: choose a budget-friendly type of window covering that matches your home or office requirements. It doesn’t have to be fabric. Most window panels and blinds are made of bamboo, basswood, and cedar. Let your creative juice flow and mix or match materials and colours. An expert team from Lux Timbers can assist you in this arena. Like fashion, knowing what’s hot and trendy in window coverings could only mean that you are prudent in weighing your options.
- Zebra Blinds
The brilliant combination of sheer and solid colour fabric in zebra stripes allows just a little sunlight to pass through. Zebra blinds provide ambient light and transform a room into a cosy place to relax. You can choose between motorised or non-powered. Solid horizontal stripes that alternate with sheer give you enough privacy and block 99% of the sun’s rays. The zebra blinds are a contemporary window covering that can easily match your room’s interior design, especially if the dominant colours of your room are neutral shades of grey and ecru.
- Double Roller Blinds
Would you like to have two types of blinds in one window? Then, you can switch from block-out blinds to sheer blinds in one bracket. Block-out blinds shield furniture from the sun, while sheer blinds provide ambient light on a warm day.
- Roller Blinds
Do you know why roller blinds are popular in Australia? It is sleek, practical, affordable, easy to maintain, and provides a neat and classic look. You may have total control of sunlight entering the room. The warm hue of earth tones is a safe bet to match just about any furniture. Go for soft pastels to blend with a minimalist interior design.
- Vertical Blinds
The classic and versatile look of vertical blinds never goes out of style. The simple twist of a wand transforms a room from dark to sunlit. It gives you total privacy whenever you want it. Vertical blinds are a favourite staple in commercial properties due to low maintenance. If you would like to complement office furniture or match the casual business ambience at the office, subtle and neutral earth tones are a safe bet.
- Aluminium Venetian Blinds
If you are looking for the most economical blinds that combine durability with understated elegance, there is no need to look any further. The aluminium Venetian blinds are a practical solution for indoor and outdoor patios, kitchens, or study rooms. You can have total control with a twist of the wand – either you let the sunshine in or block it. It combines style and function. A neutral aluminium plank is a safe match for any interior design.
- Natural Fabrics
Cool and crisp cotton and linen are popular curtains for being hypoallergenic, stylish, and affordable.
If you want a bit of sheen, silk material is timeless, classy, elegant – and quite expensive. Chinese silk is suitable for bedrooms and private nooks in the house.
Wool is not only used as blankets but also as curtain material.
A caveat: keep wool curtain away from the kitchen because it absorbs – and retains – smell.
- Saturated Colours
You may experiment with colours, but the trend in window curtains for 2023 points to natural earth colours. A shade of brown blends beautifully with a mocha or beige interior design, while plant motifs of the green variety look great for the outdoor patio. A cool shade of blue or grey is a good choice for bedrooms, particularly the gentlemen’s quarters. It would be great to combine light colours with specks of solid earth colours to break the monotony.
What is more pleasing to the eye than pure and unadulterated minimalism? A safe bet if you do not want a tiny room to look cramped and untidy. The minimalist window curtain in beige, light grey, or ecru soothes your eyesight and makes the room pretty chic and elegant. The good news is that minimalism makes the texture stand out.
Plantation shutters provide good insulation inside the house. It keeps the cold air out during winter and protects furniture and appliances from the sun during summer.
Plantation shutters are also ideal for severe weather conditions in Australia. A trend in shutters is the PVC or aluminium variety for its durability and affordability.
Do you want a practical and affordable solution for your window coverings? Lux timbers offer good quality and inexpensive window shutters and blinds in Australia. Save money when you buy directly from us! Our creative team shall also lend their expertise and offer sound advice concerning style and functionality.
For a quick assessment of your window blinds requirements, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out our enquiry form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Rest assured that our friendly staff will be delighted to help you get the best window covering available in your area.