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Interior designer predicts interior design trends, including layout that’s “officially” out

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Interior designer Jordan Samson has claimed that a popular interior design style could “officially” go out of style in the coming year. Jordan, who shares home decor tips and tricks on his TikTok page @jordansamsondesign, discussed how the pandemic could impact home design in the future.

In a video posted for his audience of 69.5,000 subscribers, Jordan said: “Open concept is officially closed… well, sort of.

“We’re seeing a move towards a hybrid of a semi-enclosed floor plan and I think that’s a direct result of the pandemic and people wanting more privacy. Maybe you want to work at table and not have to listen to that horrible TV show your partner is watching.”

Open-plan living spaces have become popular in recent years, connecting the most important rooms in the house to create one large space perfect for socializing and bringing the family together.

Open plan homes also tend to be lighter and brighter, but since the pandemic the rise of working from home means more and more people are starting to use their living space for new purposes.

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“I hated the open concept. Good riddance,” one video viewer wrote. Another named Magdalena added, “Here for hybrid floor plans. I love my privacy and have my own office in my house instead of a giant room on the first floor.”

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Nish said, “I hate the open concept, so I’m thrilled with this one.” [SIC] And it seems the interior designer himself is also happy with the move to more closed floor plans. He said: “My introverted self can’t handle the ‘big room’ concept.

Along with the design concepts coming out, Joran also predicted that statement stone would be on the rise, especially in kitchens and bathrooms. This bold feature is a great way to add character to a room and can even brighten up an enclosed space.

“Habitually [it will be] marble with big veins but I think we’re going to see a ton of it in 2023,” said the expert.

“It’s just a natural response to the simple white quartz we’ve been seeing for a very long time. Be warned, this is a statement and it won’t work in every style of home, so make sure you absolutely love it first. to invest.”

Jordan’s prediction was echoed by Limerick-based interior designer Geri of Geri Designs, who shares interior design tips, tricks and ideas on her TikTok page @geridesigns.

She said: “Heavy veined marble, love it or hate it, I don’t see it going anywhere at the moment. I’ve had island marble in my studio for four years and I still love it now. So if you love marble, now is the time to introduce it.”