We’ll say it once and we’ll say it again: this is your sign to add some oomph and vibrancy to your home if you’ve been wanting to renovate.
Cutting right to the chase, we turned to an home decor expert on the top interior design trends predicted to be at the forefront for 2023.
“We saw a big push towards organic modern,” Nick Lewis, interior design YouTuber with nearly 400K subscribers, told the New York Post when recapping 2022 trends. “The color palette has been trending warmer in the last few years as we saw movement away from cool grays and silver tones, and more towards beige and brown.”
That, combined with organic shapes and natural materials, was a defining style of 2022.
Of course, just because something spiked in popularity this year doesn’t mean it’ll be forgotten in 2023. Interestingly, Lewis forecasts more homeowners will style their furnishings with bolder, saturated color.
“The maximalist and grand millennial styles have been getting a lot of attention in recent years, but I think for 2023 these styles will be more sophisticated and mature with less clashing,” he adds. “So, we’ll see a lot more bold, saturated color going forward.”
What colors, specifically? Green will continue to be popular, though Lewis also recommends looking for terracotta, rust and other earth tones to be paired with it.
“Dusty rose is also making a comeback from the 90s as a more sophisticated cousin to the millennial pink we saw a few years ago,” he shares.
In tandem with a fresh yet dynamic color palette, Lewis also sees the following as interior design trends for 2023:
- Vintage and antique decor: Whether it’s a vintage brass lighting fixture, or antique furniture, people are mixing their new furnishings with vintage more than ever.
- Muted, minimalist pillows: People are looking to better integrate their pillows and soft furnishings into the rest of their palette and style. The “pop of color” pillows on top of boring couches will look dated.
- Statement marble countertops and kitchen decor: Bold marble with lots of veining and movement will be a popular way to make a statement in a new kitchen.
- Large butler-style kitchen pantries: Hidden pantries and large butler pantries will be popular in larger homes as people still want the advantages of open concept, but a space to hide the mess.
- Creating a bedroom oasis: After the pandemic, there has been a focus on creating a sanctuary for yourself in a chaotic world and the bed is a big part of that.
Ahead, shop the following interior design trends of 2023 we pulled based on our expert’s insights.
Taking that vintage and antique decor lean into account, the BONLICHT Sputnik Vintage Chandelier is everything we can ask for, whether it’s for a foyer or affixed above your dining table. We’ve been seeing this industrial and antique blend everywhere, too, and it’s the perfect vintage-inspired touch to add to your home.
The Anthropologie Serpentine Marble Shelf combines two expert-forecasted design trends: antique and marble. This decorative shelf is ideal for your powder room or hallway alike and we love the ornate detailing that resembles a wall sconce head-on.
Textured, neutral-minded pillows are the wave of 2023, and the DEELAND Faux Fur Plush Throw Pillow Covers are exactly what corresponds with the trend of making your sectional couch decor more seamless.
For more options, check out our guide to the best throw pillows.
Muted textures are in for 2023, and that includes floor pillows! Add some depth to your living space with the Parkland Collection Houman Transitional Rectangular Cotton Pillow Cover & Insert. It’s the perfect way to adorn your area rug, too.
To stay on-trend with marble kitchen decor, the Williams Sonoma Marble & Brass 3-Tiered Stand is everything we could have asked for. Not only is it perfect for your countertop but it’s just the right size to store spices, mugs, coffee syrups and other easy-reach products.
If you don’t have a trendy marble cutting board, you’re missing out. Treat yourself to the cutest marble server for just $20 at Target. Even better, it doubles as a charcuterie board.
Since butler-style pantries and organization is projected to become more prevalent, it’s a good time to invest in the mDesign Metal Sliding Baskets. This duo comes in different sizes (small and medium) and add a chic touch to your most-used section of the house.
To go along with your pantry organization, these food storage containers are your best bet (yes, in our eyes, they’re a decor statement). Not only are they aesthetically pleasing but they even come with labels so you never have to look at ugly cardboard food boxes again.
We’re obsessed with all things Cozy Earth (especially the brand’s comforters and bed sheets) and, according to our home decor expert, rendering your bedroom to an oasis-style space is ideal. This plush white comforter receives our stamp of approval.
For 2023, terracotta is in like never before. True to this interior design trend, the Pottery Barn Solis Terra Cotta Vases are exceptionally chic and come in a multitude of sizes and styles to choose from. Plus, we can bet our last dollar that, while they’re trending, they’ll never go out of style.
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