Design Trends for 2023 – Hamptons Home Showcase

When you think ‘Hamptons’, you probably think classic with a contemporary twist, be it the Classic Hamptons home – full of elaborate skirtings and mouldings, or California Hamptons glitzy but rustic, a celebration of sea, sand, and movie stars.

From Hollywood to Melbourne, Hamptons-style homes are a staple and they’re not going anywhere anytime soon. But how has the Hamptons home been updated for 2023?

At Dulger Homes, we aim to keep ahead of the trends, with an eye for exceptional home design –  so we’re best suited to answering this question. Here’s a rundown of the interior design forecast for Hampton style homes for the coming year.

Open Plan Living

Open spaces are a staple of the Hamptons home. The classic way to achieve this is by incorporating a kitchen island into the mix, leaving plenty of bench space for the household chef, and room for guests and family to roam, mingle, and graze on charcuterie boards.

Simple is best with this kind of arrangement, so rid your home of clutter and opt for eye-catching colors and finishes instead, to liven up your space!

Feature Cabinetry and Detailed Fittings

The modern kitchen is defined by its minimalist elegance, but is far from dull and lifeless. We spruced up our client’s Hamptons home by adding upscale fixtures, such as half-moon pull handles.

Refined but simple, this kitchen is trendy enough to be splashed across any home design magazine spread, while also retaining a timeless quality.

We went with a charcoal grey for the freestanding bench, which provided a stunning contrast with the white marble benchtop (Blue, white and grey traditionally being the focal colours for this style of home).

In another home, we went with a stone benchtop, which was elevated with the quirky touch of the fish scale tile feature wall. Yellow has made its way to the Hamptons home for 2023, bringing a light and happy touch to interiors. And detailed fittings, such as tapware, have also been introduced this season.

Lighter and Brighter

Bulky furniture and clutter can impede on your space and mess with the overall feng shui.

This can be prevented with cleverly positioned bookshelves and cabinets attached to the wall, and furniture that has space you can see through – a trick designers have been using forever to expand living spaces.

Taking inspiration from Scandinavian design, our client gravitated towards a round coffee table with a minimalist silhouette, and a thin, delicate hallway table; the floor lamp was raised off the ground with natural wood – the tripod shape leaving plenty of space and a view of the wall behind. These subtle materials added a lightness and relaxed atmosphere to the new home.

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