While 2022 brought us soothing color palettes and a sense of serenity, 2023 is bringing us bright, bold, and statement-making spaces. The pandemic invoked desire for clean and sterile homes, but now our clients are now craving warmth, depth, and character in their personal spaces.
Nature inspired spaces aren’t going anywhere.
Similar to 2022, the incorporation of natural materials—such as other woods, stone and plants—into interiors will be a huge trend in 2023. Wicker, ceramics, statement stones, blues, natural lighting, wood tones, and overarching themes of nature are here to stay.
Color, Color, and More Color
A shift away from minimalism to warmer and more vibrant color palettes is to be expected in the upcoming year. Pops of color, accent walls, and gold/brass toned fixtures and hardware are making a comeback. Several associate colors of the year have been announced alongside Pantone’s 2023 Color of the Year, Viva Magenta.
Welcome to the Magentaverse!
Paint companies are also throwing their color forecasts into the mix. Sherwin Williams gives us Redend Point and Benjamin Moore welcomes Raspberry Blush. 2023 is starting to look ‘anti-neutral’, to say the least!
That 70’s Feel
Because Art Deco and Eclecticism are increasing in popularity, more textures, idiosyncratic touches, ornate details, and intriguing patterns are on the rise.
Curvy and Chic
As people move away from straight lines and toward more modernist aesthetics arches, curves, and rounded edges are coming back in style. You can expect to see this both in structural openings, tile, and interior design. Design elements like rounded furniture are a great example of this!
Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle
Sustainability is a hot topic in every avenue of life. 2023 home décor trends are following suit, causing trendy interiors to look and feel different than years past. Upcycling continues to be a popular design principle and can often be seen in tile, furniture, art, lumber, lighting, and other nostalgia-infused materials and products. It is an amazing way to add character to your home, and so much better for the environment when we find ways to reduce waste.
The home pictured below was primarily constructed from reused and repurposed materials and products- talk about eco-friendly!
Light it Up!
In terms of lighting, we expect to see more homeowners experimenting with size and scale. Here are some of the light fixtures we have been recommending:
While trends don’t last forever, creating a warm and inviting home does!
Contact us today to begin designing your dream home.