2023 Interior Design Trends

2023 Interior Design Trends

  • Allison Benham
  • 01/23/23

One thing that is always fun to keep an eye on is how the design trends change over the years. We think recent trends are getting more interesting as we move from all white, grey, and muted interiors to more saturated and vibrant designs where folks can show their personality.

One thing is for sure- it's ever changing. So what is on the horizon with regard to design? What is in for 2023 and what is on the outs? See below for 5 trends we look forward to seeing this year.

Trend #1: Rich, saturated hues.

All white interiors are on the way out as people continue to play with rich interior colors, even if just on accent walls. Deep reds, browns, blues, and greens are taking the spotlight. A vibrant red, orange called Raspberry Blush is the Benjamin Moore color of the year. We are also seeing the use of bold statement rugs as art.



Trend #2: Gold fixtures are back.

We are seeing lots of warm tones vs. cool ones. Look out for bold and warm fixtures and the mixing of metals as these will be taking the place of the cooler brushed nickel that was ubiquitous over the last couple of years. Brass, gold, and rose gold are all the rage.

Wow- good thing we all threw away the brass fixtures that we pulled out of houses as we re-did them over the last decade!

Photo cred: Goodhousekeeping/Hayward Photography

Trend #3: Environmentally conscious craftsmanship and furniture are in.

This is a trend we have been seeing for a few years as people want to move away from fast fashion and fast furniture. Keep an eye out for craftsmanship in the form of woodworking and the use of renewable materials like cork, bamboo, wool, and cotton.

Old is new again as people display family heirlooms, repurposed pieces, antiques, and meaningful items.

Photo cred: Vogue- Interior Design Trends to Know in 2023

Trend #4: Brown is back.

We are seeing warm, neutral browns and earth tones as the new "warm minimalist" trend. Natural colored wood cabinetry and earthen and terracotta palettes create warm, comforting spaces and believe it or not, the 70's aesthetic is making a resurgence. Wood paneling, anyone?



Trend #5: Home as a retreat and a reflection of self.

The idea that home is a retreat is nothing new. But after a few years of upheaval (Hello COVID, changing work and schooling dynamics, social and government unrest, and more) people have really wanted their homes to be cozy retreats and places that reflect their unique personalities, spaces for hobbies and relaxation, and to evoke a sense of nostalgia. We will be looking for maximalist design, layers of patterns, and separate spaces for art, music, woodworking and more.



Are you re-doing a space in your home? What are your favorite trends now? We'd love to hear from you. 

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