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2023 colour trends maximalism and dopamine décor in interzum

 Tuesday, April 4, 2023

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2023 colour trends maximalism and dopamine décor will be on spotlight in upcoming interzum. The report “RAL Colour Feeling 2023+” presents new colour trends. Every year, the “RAL Colour Feeling” trend report presents new developments in colour and design. The report is based on studies and analyses of trends in fashion, interior design, architecture and other fields. As a tool for designers’ work, it contains a selection of colours that are forecast to be popular in the coming years.

Creating personal sanctuary of happiness is an outcome of selection for perfect decor, and this interzum puts spotlight on dopamine decor trends that uplift mood and create happy moments. Thus, prioritising interior to uplift mood and create positive moments post pandemic induced forced isolation is important according to designers and several researchers. They believe that investing in bright interiors or dopamine hues leads to creation of a positive environment that makes an individual productive and happy.

Thus, there is full of options to be fabulously flamboyant as well as having a positive impact on mental wellbeing.

Marianne Shillingford, creative director at Dulux(opens in new tab) reveals how to choose bright shades that’ll optimize your vibe. ‘Look at your wardrobe and the personal things you surround yourself with to find the colors that really make you happy. These are the ones that make you feel great when you wear them and the ones that bring back happy memories of childhood.’

Colour has a significant influence on our well-being, emotions and activity in all spheres of life. As the contexts in which rooms are used have become considerably more demanding, incorporating colour-material concepts in a way that meets people’s needs will be a major challenge for architecture and interior design.

The merging of working and living spaces will continue because we want a feeling of well-being in the office, too – as if we were “at home”. The choice of colours has a profound influence here, and this is the starting point for the “RAL Colour Feeling” trend report. It invites designers to create different moods and effects in the concept stage.

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