Ready to Renovate? Our Favourite Home Trends 2023

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Are you looking for ways to update your home? As we get into the new year, now is an excellent time to think about the latest home trends for 2023. We’ve searched and found out what the experts think will be popular in 2023 so you don’t have to. Here are some of our favourite home improvement trends to consider that’ll bring your home up-to-date.


Think Energy Efficiency 

The current cost of living crisis in the UK has made “energy efficiency” the hot topic on everyone’s lips. We are all thinking about ways to reduce energy bills and make our homes more energy efficient, especially when it’s time to renovate. Energy-efficient upgrades like installing triple-glazed windows or replacing an old door with a thermally efficient composite door is an effective way to save energy. If you own a conservatory, you may know first-hand that some can be notorious for being colder during the winter and too hot in the summer. To fix this, a conservatory upgrade can make the space more comfortable throughout the year. Installing a conservatory roof replacement gives you better insulation which prevents heat from being lost through the roof and equals a cosier, more inviting space. 



More Home Offices and Multifunctional Spaces 

With many of us now working from home, creating your own home office is still growing in popularity. In general, more and more ideas for multi-functional spaces are popping up as many of us choose to upgrade our homes rather than move houses. Conservatory conversions and house extensions are just some of the ways to gain a home office, home gym or even a home bar – without having to buy a bigger house. Garden rooms are also perfect for adding extra space to your property as well as an attractive feature in your garden. With a well-constructed additional space, you could also add value to your home. 


More Sustainable Material Choices 

As we continue to become more conscious of our impact on the environment, so too are companies when it comes to using more sustainable materials. Nowadays, UPVC doors and windows are sustainable options that are easy to recycle and make a great choice for those looking to reduce their carbon footprint. Sustainable construction materials like timber are increasingly popular and are featured in the robust frames of many composite doors and extension or conservatory roof systems. Many manufacturers demonstrate their commitment to sustainability by only sourcing materials from companies that partake in timber forest regeneration projects.


Bring in the Outdoors 

Blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor spaces is another trend we’ll see in 2023. Think floor-to-ceiling windows, bi-folding doors or patio doors that let the maximum amount of light in and give the illusion of more space. As well as improving the natural light in a room, aluminium bi-fold doors can open up a space and bring you closer to nature all year round. When it comes to patio door replacement, UPVC patio doors not only give you superior security but also provide many layout options that will upgrade the look of your property in 2023.

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Update Your Home With RB Windows

As more of us decide to upgrade our homes rather than buy new houses, there’s never been a better time to consider which home improvements are best for you. At RB Windows, we specialise in supplying and fitting high-quality, sustainable windows and doors as well as creating bespoke conservatories, orangeries and house extensions that enhance the look and feel of your home. 


If you’d like more information about our services or you’re interested in a no-obligation quote, contact our helpful team or call us on 01543 467146.