Decor trends happen regardless of where you live. And with the rise of technology, it is safe to say that many trends tend to overlap and have many things in common. So it is not unusual to see the same trends in San Diego and Sydney, for example. This year is no different because there are numerous gorgeous decor trends that will dominate the spaces, and enhance the beauty of every room. So, here are some of those beautiful trends that we will see the most of in 2023.
Brown-toned furniture has been most popular in the 1980s, but in 2023, this trend is about to make a comeback. Since this retro aesthetic is making a resurgence, we will see this furniture featured more and more. From sofas, and armchairs to wall art and carpets. Many furniture makers have decided to revive this trend, which is great news since until now, the majority of such pieces could only be found in antique and thrift stores. However, if you want to add a modern spin to this trend, feel free to combine large pieces of brown furniture with punchy fabrics.
Your bathroom is an important part of your home, so this trend will surely make it even more elegant and beautiful. A floating stone vanity trend will infuse your bathroom with an ethereal and timeless aesthetic, whether it’s quartz, marble or any other stone. Vanity is a crucial feature of your bathroom, and a custom-made floating vanity will surely create a stunning look. It will also add a minimalist touch to your bathroom or powder room, something that’s commonly seen in Northern Europe, mainly Scandinavian countries.
The 1960s and 1970s are timeless decades that basically never go out of fashion. Therefore, we’ll see more decor, color pallets and furniture, mostly inspired by Palm Springs and California vintage aesthetics. Mid-century contemporary design is often characterized by earthy uneven tones, organic shapes and textured finishes. After the stress of living in the pandemic for two years, people are drawn to these details more than ever. These elements inspire a humane and grounded approach to living, which is the polar opposite of all the stress, anxiety and isolation that we’ve had to endure recently.
Personal comfort has become a huge priority for many, especially when discussing interior decor and furniture in general. This year is going to bring all that to the surface: rounded forms, soft tones and tempting textures will be prominent in many homes. People want to feel serene and peaceful no matter where they live, but it is safe to say that this trend will find its ground in high-stress places like New York and Tokyo. Also, carpets are a huge part of this trend, especially plush and comfortable designs, perfect for barefoot walking. Therefore, feel free to check out chunky rugs from Hong Kong, as all of them are eco-friendly, handmade and designed with a modern home in mind. Comfort core is the trend that favors warm neutral tones, simplicity, and cleanliness.
Wall borders are traditionally white, especially in the majority of American and Canadian households. They are the safest choice, but if you want to try something new, then feel free to paint them a different color. Even better, you can also mix a few different colors to create a unique and breathtaking look. This 2023 trend is inexpensive and you can do it all by yourself, without hiring a professional. Employing different painting techniques can yield some surprising and unique results that can definitely change the structure and perspective of the room.
Colors make the world go around, which is why we’re still going to see them dominating the decor trends in 2023. For example, a blue kitchen is an interesting concept that can elevate the look of your old kitchen, with only a few coats of quality paint. You can use any colors and tones that you like and combine them to create a contrasting look if that’s your goal. Using colors in a bold way can work well with vintage-inspired aesthetics, that’s another trend we will see this year. Also, matching curved designs with bold colors will create a stunning final result, whether it’s your living room, kitchen or bedroom.
These trends will definitely dominate in 2023, so if you’re looking to renovate your house or apartment, then feel free to implement these ideas, adding your own touch, of course. Soft carpets, mid-century furniture and minimalist bathrooms are all going to be popular trends this year. Also, one thing’s for certain: trends that promote sustainability, comfort and optimism will always be popular, especially in the years to come.