This year is sure to bring a range of exciting new trends that will help you create a beautiful, modern aesthetic for your living space. So, what are some of the most sought-after interior design trends of 2023 so far? Let’s take a closer look.
1. More Earth Tones
One of the biggest decor trends of 2023 will be a return to more earth tones. This includes colors like brown, tan, green, and gray. These colors are said to promote a feeling of stability and calmness. They can also help to make a space feel more grounded and connected to nature.
2. Biophilic Design and Natural Materials
Another trend that will be big in 2023 is the use of natural materials in Biophilic Designs. This includes materials like wood, stone, and bamboo, as well as adding plants and flowers to certain rooms. These materials are said to bring a sense of warmth and comfort to a space. They can also help to create a more organic and natural look for a serene and relaxing environment. The desire for organic materials such as wood and stone has skyrocketed in recent years due to their ability to bring warmth into any space. Natural elements add texture and depth while simultaneously blending modern minimalism with cozy comfort. This trend will only become more popular in 2023 as people continue to seek out ways to add tranquility into their homes.
3. Colour Palettes
2023 is set to be all about bold colours with deep hues like navy blue and dark green being popular choices this year. When it comes to accentuating these colours, shades like yellow, pink and orange will help to create contrast and depth within the room. For those looking for something a little more subtle, muted pastels such as peach or lavender are also popular choices this year.
For minimalists, monochromatic color schemes will continue to dominate and create contrasting moods.
4. Mastering Minimalism
When it comes to furniture, minimalism is key in 2023. Simple shapes and clean lines are favoured over bulky pieces that take up too much space. Additionally, decluttering is also important; aim to get rid of any unnecessary items that may be taking up valuable space in your home. And when it comes to storage solutions, opt for wall-mounted shelves or under-bed drawers instead of large chests or cupboards that eat up floor space.
5. Curve Appeal
The popular trend of curved furniture and smooth lines in decorating styles is not stopping any time soon. Interior design and furniture with rounded corners, soft edges, arched shapes and delicate curves are always exceptionally eye-catching in ways that make them very desirable in any home.
6. Mixed Metallics
One of the biggest trends popping up right now is mixing different metallic shades and tones. This trend has been around for a few years now, but it takes on a whole new level with more innovative pieces like gold-tinted mirrors or brass light fixtures. Metallics can be used as accents or as the primary color scheme in any room. Mixing metals adds an extra layer of sophistication to any room, but make sure your color scheme isn’t too garish or overly-complex. A good rule of thumb is to stick with two or three metal colors at most. Gold, silver, and copper will be used to add a touch of luxury to any space.
7. Textured Fabrics
Textured fabrics are also going to be big in 2023. This includes fabrics like velvet, linen, and wool. These fabrics are said to add a sense of luxury and sophistication to a space. They can also help to create a more inviting and cozy atmosphere.
8. Decorating with Florals
Floral patterns are also expected to be popular in 2023. Florals can be used in both traditional and modern spaces. They can be used on walls, floors, furniture, and accessories. Here at DecorWorks, we are proud to specialise in floral and botanical prints in our collections here
9. Geometric Patterns
Geometric patterns will also be popular in 2023. These patterns can add interest and visual interest and excitement to a space. Geometric patterns can be used on walls, floors, furniture, and accessories. They can also help to make a small space feel larger and more open.
10. Retro Styles
Retro styles are also expected to make a comeback in 2023. This trend includes incorporating vintage furniture and accessories into the design of a space. Retro styles can add a touch of whimsical and nostalgia to any room.
11. Bold Wallpaper and Colors
Say goodbye to boring white walls—bold wallpaper is here! In recent years we’ve seen small geometric patterns becoming increasingly popular in homes across the country, but we expect this trend will continue into 2023 with even bolder designs and brighter colors. Whether it’s chevron stripes or floral patterns, don’t shy away from making a statement with your wallpaper choice!
Home decor trends in 2023 are expected to be all about natural materials, earthy tones and minimalist designs. You can expect to see a lot of reclaimed and recycled wood, exposed brick walls and live plants being used in homes over the next few years that will bring nature into the home.
In contrast to colors and bold takes on personal taste, minimalism will be key when it comes to furniture pieces, while decluttering will also help create a more spacious feel within your living space. Natural materials, bold colors, wallpapers and open plan design will all be popular choices, while technology and texture will also play important roles in creating a modern and sophisticated living atmosphere. Simplicity will be a major drive for many designs. The use of technology will continue to personalize and automate more homes. Smart home devices like voice activated lights or temperature control systems are becoming more popular among homeowners who want to create a connected, modern environment in their living rooms.
As more people travel again, global influences are also expected to be seen in home decor in 2023. This trend includes incorporating elements from other cultures into the design of a space. Global influences can add a sense of adventure and exploration as well as personalize your space with travel memories that you’ll want to treasure and talk about for many years to come. The things you love have to a story to tell.
Keep these trends in mind when you’re thinking about sprucing up your home this year!