We’ve covered food trend predictions for 2023, and now it’s time to talk decor. Interior design trends are interesting because they don’t change quite as fast or as often as fashion trends or even food trends, but there is always something new or often old that we can add to our space that makes us happy or gives it that certain je ne sais quoi. So whether you’re looking to freshen up your space or you’re still trying to figure out the vibe, here are some decor trends that we predict will be all over in 2023.
Bringing certain outdoor elements in, like plants, naked finishes, and even hues inspired by the great outdoors are here to stay. Personally, we like to keep our space warm and inviting and we feel one of the best ways to do this is by incorporating all of these elements. (And a ton of candles!)
In 2023 it’s going to be all about making the most out of every nook and cranny and that includes the laundry room, the mudroom, and even the home office. In years past these rooms tend to take a backseat to the larger, more frequented areas like the living room or kitchen, but not in 2023. The idea is to carry the same air throughout the entirety of your home, so start planning now and get those sometimes forgotten rooms up to snuff.
We don’t know about you, but we don’t get too many videos deep into TikTok before we see someone doing a thrift haul and we are all about it. Apparently, everyone is all about it because this is a major trend being forecasted for 2023 and we couldn’t be happier about it. Dark academia, cottagecore, Victorian, y2k, you name it, you can find it at a thrift store.
To the Max
We’re slowly starting to see the untextured minimalist look phase out and in its place? Maximalism. We’re talking rooms full of accent furniture, bright colors, loud prints, and full gallery walls bursting with texture. Generic prints and pieces are a little bland to achieve this look, instead, it’s all about finding pieces that speak to you and reflect your personal style.
‘Cause We’re Golden
Gold is predicted to be an it color in 2023 whether it’s the frame of a mirror, the finish of your faucet, or the metal on your furniture. Gold is a way to play up both your love of neutrals and appreciation for metallic. And as crazy as it sounds, there aren’t many aesthetics gold isn’t a part of.