Trending Renovation Materials in 2023

Kitchen with bamboo benchtop.

Renovating your home is a great way to update its look and feel. Whether you are looking to increase your home’s value, enhance its energy efficiency, or simply make it more comfortable, there are plenty of trending renovation materials available that can help you achieve your goals.

Renovation Materials

If you’re planning on renovating your home, here’s our take on trending renovation materials in 2023 that we believe have an everlasting style for years to come:

Reclaimed Wood

We love timber and how gorgeous are these floors at our Everard Park project?! An eco-friendly material that is becoming increasingly popular for renovations, reclaimed wood is salvaged from old buildings and repurposed for use in new construction or renovation projects.

Close up of reclaimed timber floorboards.


Yeah baby, Terrazzo is back! Popular in the 60s, 70s, and 80s, terrazzo is a type of flooring that is made from chips of marble, quartz, granite, or glass that are embedded in a cement or epoxy binder. This gorgeous building material is highly durable and can be used for flooring, benchtops, and walls or whatever your heart desires!

Closeup of terrazzo floor tiles.


Most commonly used for roofing, metal is a versatile material that can be used in a variety of ways in home renovations and is a popular choice for its durability and energy efficiency (Think Colorbond and their popular range of various sheet profiles and wall claddings). Metal is also used for accents and decorative features such as railings, light fixtures, and splashbacks.

Colorbond metal roof with solar panels.


A trending renovation material that has been in use for a few years now, concrete for benchtops, floors, and walls continues to be a popular choice in 2023 for its durability and modern look. Concrete is also an eco-friendly material that can be made from recycled materials and is highly energy-efficient.

Concrete kitchen benchtop.


Fast becoming a popular choice for countertops in modern and minimalist homes, quartz is highly durable and resistant to scratches and stains and is available in a variety of colors and patterns, making it easy to match with any design style.

Close up of quartz benchtop.

Porcelain Tile

An everlasting, highly durable, and versatile material used for flooring, walls, and splashbacks, porcelain tile is resistant to scratches and stains and is available in a variety of colors and patterns, and is a popular choice for its durability and easy maintenance.

Close up of grey porcelaine floor tiles.


This lovely and affordable eco-friendly material has become an ongoing staple in flooring, countertops, and cabinetry. It is highly durable and easy to maintain and is also a renewable resource that grows quickly, making it a sustainable choice for home renovations.

Kitchen with bamboo benchtop.

Textured Glass

In particular, fluted glass, is a very popular choice in 2023 for feature windows and shower screens. Textured glass is highly durable and easy to maintain, making it an ideal choice for modern and minimalist homes.

Close up of fluted texture glass and a bathroom using the glass as a showerscreen.


Whether you are looking for an eco-friendly material, a durable and easy-to-maintain option, or simply a unique and modern look, there is a trending renovation material out there that will meet your needs.

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