2023 Interior Trends

2023 Interior Trends

1. NATURAL MATERIALS
With a growing awareness of environmental issues, many designers are incorporating natural and sustainable materials into their designs. Expect to see more use of materials such as bamboo, cork, and jute in furniture, accessories, and even wall coverings. A shift from tile work to showpiece stone slabs in the spirit of letting the natural beauty shine – original modernism à la A. Loos is also expected, and a trend that promises to have staying power.
Image Via Decoist
Concept Via Vogue & Decoist
 
2. BIOPHILIC DESIGN
Nature never goes out of style and 2023 will take plant life to a whole new level with biophilic design - which incorporates natural elements and patterns into interior spaces. More intentional, harmonious, and curated uses of plants in indoor spaces along with the shift to natural materials we’re seeing, with built- in biophilic design elements to create calming and restorative environments.
Image Via Unsplash
Concept Via Decoist
 
 
3. BOLD COLOR
After a year of spending more time indoors, many people are looking for ways to inject luscious colors and inspiring color into their homes. Expect a shift away from spaces with muted and neutral tones towards brighter, bolder colors such as jewel tones and saturated hues. While the Pantone color of the year is Viva Magenta, we’re seeing that for interiors, ‘23’s color is Ultramarine Blue for the cheery yet classic ambiance it sets. Try this saturated blue or another jewel tone on your cabinetry or mainspace walls.
Image Virginia Mcdonald Photography Inc
Concept Vogue
 
 
4. HEIRLOOMS
Going along with the bold theme, people will really embrace the use of family heirlooms, antiques and re-purposing and incorporating meaningful pieces into their home. Says Anne Hepfer, Interior Designer, Author of MOOD. This is in part to increasing sustainability awareness, but also an oversaturation of the stark minimalism and grieges aesthetic that has dominate the past decade. Throughout 2023, consider incorporating more traditional pieces touches to warm and personalize your spaces, while keeping them open and vibrant.
 
Image Via Tempus
Concept Via Goodhousekeeping & Tempus
 
 
5. MAXIMALISM
While minimalism has been popular in recent years, maximalism is making a comeback. In 2023, expect to see more layering, mixing of patterns and textures, and eclectic decor choices. Instagrammable walls, a decor trend consequence from the pandemic times, having one perfect statement wall, proper for video calls or recording content for the online world.
 
Image / Concept Via Trendbook
 
 
6. LUX MONOCHROME
This statement aesthetic is minimal perfect for use in smaller and functional spaces such as bathrooms, kitchens and custom closets and cabinetry. As an easy upgrade to add value to your home, polished brass fixtures accent these spaces with hints of gold.
 
Image / Concept Via Trendbook
 
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