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2023 Home Decor Trends: What’s In and What’s Out, According to Interior Designers

by DecorMatters|Dec 13, 2022

As we get closer to the end of the year 2022, many are already looking for the latest and greatest interior design trends that will dominate the coming year. So we took it upon ourselves to ask 5 interior designers for their top trend predictions for 2023! Whether you’re planning on a full-blown renovation or want to give your current space a refresh come the new year, this blog is for you! 

Gianna @indie.boho.nest

bright living room design, white furniture

📷 @indie.boho.nest

Do you have any trend predictions for 2023? How do you plan to incorporate these trends in your home? Any tips or advice?

Gianna: "2023 trends will be more deep colors, less white everything. More textured spaces with woods and paints, more interesting but classic patterns, more cottage aesthetic, less modern. I’ll be changing the flooring and walls for sure! Plus decor as usual."

What design trends do you think we will leave in 2022? What design trends from previous years do you think we will keep in 2023? 

Gianna: "Tips would be to give a trend some time before jumping in to try it. Some things will fizzle out quickly.

Leaving in 2022: Overly modern, all-white kitchens for sure, cane and rattan, barn doors, and cheap temporary fixes.

We will keep layered rugs, black windows, pleated lamp shades, mixed woods, and mixed metals because they’re either classic or just started to take off in the mainstream."

Kate @katechipinski

Modern living room design, wooden coffee table

📷 @katechipinski

Do you have any trend predictions for 2023? How do you plan to incorporate these trends in your home? Any tips or advice?

Kate: "I have a feeling that Biophilic design is going to rise in popularity. The art of the human/natural element and how we are healthier when we intertwine. Choosing to focus on bringing the outdoors in and using natural elements in design makes us feel more connected to our spaces.

I am always trying to bring outdoor elements in. From wood walls to wood accents to trees and branches (dead or alive) to snipping and finding items in your area to bring indoors to make you feel more connected with your surroundings.

My advice is just that. Take a look at your yard, neighborhood, and surroundings. Find your favorite outdoor spaces, what do you love about them? What do you feel when you are there? Try to replicate that in your home. Our homes should make us feel content and comfortable. Finding and bringing those outdoor elements in will give you a sense of serenity and calm that we desperately need in this overstimulating world."

What design trends do you think we will leave in 2022? What design trends from previous years do you think we will keep in 2023? 

Kate: "If it were up to me I would leave Grand Millennial at the door BUT I do think it’s important for you to love the space you create. So if you like that style, stick with it. It’s not for me but I want you to be happy. I am not one for trends and basing my design on trends. I just like to create spaces that feel like me and make me feel comfortable. So my best advice to you is to find your style. Find what makes you happy and stick with it. You can always incorporate some trendy pieces into the design but it doesn’t need to be in your face trendarama! (But I would always suggest bringing some outdoor elements in as well as a few vintage pieces; always vintage pieces 🖤)"

Megan @ourlakeviewhaven

boucle furniture chair, white interior design, winter decorating ideas

📷 @ourlakeviewhaven

Do you have any trend predictions for 2023? How do you plan to incorporate these trends in your home? Any tips or advice?

Megan: "My biggest trend prediction is that I think we are going to see a lot more bold colors and patterns in 2023. We have already started to see that a little bit in the last half of 2022. Think: colored cabinets in kitchens (rather than all white), darker accent walls, and bold countertops. I also think we will see more of the 'organic modern' decor style/trend with textured and ceramic pieces being at the forefront.

I plan to incorporate all of these trends into our home more in 2023. Because we rent, I can’t make big changes like countertops/bold paint, but I do plan to add in more dark colors for some contrast to my neutral spaces. I definitely plan to continue adding more organic modern pieces into our home as well as that is where my design style is headed."

What design trends do you think we will leave in 2022? What design trends from previous years do you think we will keep in 2023? 

Megan: "I think the trend of all neutral/monochromatic spaces and also all white kitchens will be left in 2022. We have already started to see a lot of two-tone kitchens or lighter cabinets with dark black/concrete countertops start to pop up and I think that’s a trend that’s going to stick around for a while.

As far as trends that we will keep in 2023, I think we will continue to see designer laundry rooms and pantries be a focus of home design, more arched doorways than square, and a continued emphasis on statement lighting. These trends all seem to be moving full-steam ahead and I’m glad to see them sticking around!"

Jessica @imjessicabrigham

green kitchen cabinet design, red kitchen runner rug

📷 @imjessicabrigham

Do you have any trend predictions for 2023? How do you plan to incorporate these trends in your home? Any tips or advice?

Jessica: "Moody, jewel-toned interiors from wall-to-ceiling replete with bold color pops, personality, and vintage-inspired charm. The thrill of the thrift takes time and offers an opportunity to let your inner persona shine. Unique home decor finds including, but not limited to, artwork, tchotchkes, rugs, and furnishings will create a rich, collected, and eclectic look. You’ll never know what you might find until you go looking. Take a chance, be OK if it’s not exactly right and let yourself discover what style means to you."

What design trends do you think we will leave in 2022? What design trends from previous years do you think we will keep in 2023? 

Jessica: "Luxuriously deep and bold colors aren’t going anywhere. A sexy hunter green, a romantic black raspberry, or rich navy blue invite an imposing drama to any room, most especially in petite spaces such as powder rooms or quaint home offices. Such tones highlight the irreplaceably beautiful grain of historic woodwork or classic, shutter-laden brick homes. These moodier gem tones continue to make a bold statement on built-ins, crown molding, and kitchen cabinetry. My hope is to see eclectic personality styles abound. That's more risk-taking on big, bold, and beautiful colors of this caliber, bidding farewell to all-white everything and everywhere."

Kris @homewithharper

bright modern living room design, natural interior design

📷 @homewithharper

Do you have any trend predictions for 2023? How do you plan to incorporate these trends in your home? Any tips or advice?

Kris: "Vintage! Shopping second-hand is not only amazing as you collect one-of-a-kind items, but it’s also so much more sustainable. I have to admit I LOVE Amazon and Target just as much as the next person but there is something so magical about finding an item that potentially no one else has at the moment."

What design trends do you think we will leave in 2022? What design trends from previous years do you think we will keep in 2023? 

Kris: "Minimalism, although it’s what so many people desire, it’s not super practical. Most people that have kids, dogs, etc. have pretty gathered homes, therefore, making it almost impossible to have your typical 'minimalistic' home.

Trends that will stay: wood, natural and organic elements. Anything of an earth tone or natural material will never go out of style."

Amelia @amelia.home

Rustic dining room decorating ideas, wooden dining room furniture

📷 @amelia.home

Do you have any trend predictions for 2023? How do you plan to incorporate these trends in your home? Any tips or advice?

Amelia: "A more earthy colour palette with gorgeous beiges and greens as well as natural textures such as jute, linen, and wool! I also am loving looking at darker wood tones at the moment and think they will be big in 2023!"

What design trends do you think we will leave in 2022? What design trends from previous years do you think we will keep in 2023? 

Amelia: "I think grey is out, the cold grey spaces we’ve seen for a while seem to have had their day and much warmer aesthetics are coming through, a trend I can get on board with! I think paneling is here to stay and I love using it in our home to add interest to a blank room!

Although overall I think as long as you love your home, that’s all that matters! Trends come and go so pick what you love and you can’t go far wrong, whether it’s in ‘trend’ or not."

Time to start decorating!

Here at DecorMatters, we are very excited to see what interior design trends and styles the New Year brings. We love seeing how our homes connect and change with the world we are currently living in. Thank you to the brilliant interior designers for sharing their expertise with all of us, be sure to follow them on social media and stay up-to-date with their beautiful homes!

Keep up with our blog as we journey through all the trends and what's to come in the interior design world in 2023. Our free home design app is the best way to visualize interior design trends, furniture layouts, and new decorations in your real rooms as you refresh your space for new beginnings!

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