OUR TOP 5 INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS FOR 2023
If there’s something we can take from the trends that will be seen in 2023, is that this is the perfect year to add more style, vigor, and comfort into your space. 2022 was all about creating soothing spaces with soft color palettes, matching furniture, and a general sense of serenity, 2023 brings to the table bright colors, individualism, and statement pieces.
Take a look at our top 5 interior design trends for the year ahead:
Over the last couple of years, minimalism started to get thrown out of the picture by its antagonym: maximalism. And by the looks of it, 2023 will be the year this trend takes over. Bold and forward designs will be notorious in both commercial and residential areas. People are looking for their spaces to stand out, rather than blend in, and maximalism is just the trend to bring personality into any room.
Color and print
Color comes hand-in-hand with maximalism, and it looks like the all-white home decor is falling flat. After COVID-19 people want to avoid anything that looks clinical or resembles a hospital, so people are opting for more cheerful hues that create a sense of coziness.
Here’s an insider note, the use of color and print will be especially prominent in kitchen interiors.
The rise of tactile materials
The pandemic deprived us of one of our most human senses: touch. 2023 is finally the year where things feel completely back to normal, and in response to that designers are looking to work with tactile, rich materials to create spaces that evoke an emotion. Think limestone and travertine walls for interiors.
More than ever, people are looking for individual expression. Homeowners are not interested in coordinating spaces, they are looking to incorporate heirlooms and thrift pieces that give personality to their homes.
While this trend isn't particularly “new” the granny-chic 7 vintage styles we’ve all come to love it’s evolving into a less kitschy more sophisticated style. As an example, we are seeing haberdashery units paired with a marble countertops used as kitchen islands.
Inside jungles have become the rave over the past few years. People have focused on bringing as much greenery and botanical elements into their spaces. This year, the biophilia trend is morphing into the celebration of stone and textures rather than plants. We will see mineral shades, and ray, unfinished textures. If you are trend-driven, now might be the perfect time to opt for honed textures inside your home.