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Hey there, folks! We all know that home designs must keep up with the times, and this year promises to bring some exciting new trends that could change how we think about residential construction. Let’s ta what’s hot in the world of home construction for 2023.

Supply and Labor Shortage

One big issue facing the industry right now is a shortage of supplies and labor, which has led to a housing crisis in many areas. So, it’s no surprise that alternative building methods will be a big deal in 2023. Modular building, where most of the construction takes place indoors in a controlled factory setting, offers many advantages like affordability, energy efficiency, shorter construction times, and customizable design. 3D printing also makes waves significantly when speeding up concrete and metal production, which could help reduce waste.

Biophilic Design

Another exciting trend is biophilic design, which seeks to bring the natural world inside by mimicking outdoor environments’ shapes, textures, and colors. Think of lots of natural light, earthy tones, curved shapes, and greenery. It’s a great way to make a home feel brighter, greener, and more relaxing. Plus, it’s perfect for homeowners who want to be more eco-conscious.

A Greener–Smarter Home

Speaking of sustainability, smart home devices and natural building materials like stone, brick, wood, and recycled materials are becoming increasingly popular in interior design. Electric vehicles are also shaking things up, as more people are looking for home charging stations to keep their cars running. And thanks to the pandemic, multipurpose rooms are more important than ever, designed to serve as a home office during the week and a gym or gaming room on the weekends.

Overall, 2023 will be a big year for rethinking the modern house. Efficiency, sustainability, wellness, and connection with nature will all be significant themes, and we can’t wait to see what kind of unique homes will be built.

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