The Top 10 Interior Trends Of 2023

Interior design changes much like fashion, mixing old styles with new styles. Based on the most recent search trends, we’re expecting a resurgence of last year’s trends with even more color, new luxuries, mixed metal finishes, and even flashbacks from past decades. Let’s look at some of the most popular trends expected in 2023.


1. ’60s, ’70s, and ’90s

Styles we once loved and even once mocked are coming back! Interior design has taken a nostalgic turn, with some of the biggest trends from past decades re-entering the mainstream and taking over our homes. Interior styles have become heavily influenced by our social media feeds as you scroll through your TikTok or Instagram, checking out the hottest new interior trends.

2. New Luxe Living

Heading into 2023, luxurious living is at the forefront of our minds. This new luxe living doesn’t mean having the fanciest and most expensive pieces; it’s focused on refinement and creating a sophisticated, timeless space. In other words, it’s being called the “luxury for everyone.”

3. More Color

We saw bold, bright colors all throughout 2022. Homes engulfed in green and blue hues. This year we’re expecting bolder, brighter colors. Pantone Color of the Year was announced as Viva Magenta 18-1750, a stand-out statement color descending from the red family. While Pantone’s color of the year will sway many opinions and designs, it’s not the only color that companies are predicting to rule 2023.

4. Gothic Décor

Moody Gothic interior design isn’t a newly discovered trend, but with the popular hit-Netflix show, Wednesday, airing, it’s really enticed people to add more gothic styles into their lives (and homes). Specifically, we’re seeing a rise in Dark Academia design which embraces gothic architecture and dark, moody pallets to create a studious vintage look. Heavily influenced by Oxbridge and Ivy-league schools, it’s no doubt that this style has become more sought-after.

5. Hellenistic Design

Hellenistic Design was Pinterest’s trend prediction for 2022, but it’s believed to return in 2023 as well. Hellenistic revival is heavily influenced by Ancient Greece, boasting Corinthian columns, Greco-Roman art, mythical representations of gods, and sculptures. The revival period was in the 1980s when this style oozed luxury. In the 21st century, we’re seeing a more modern twist on this style.

6. Reinvented Heritage

Reinvented Heritage, also known as Modern Heritage design, is all about bringing back iconic fashion fabrics and patterns and merging them with classic décor. Revolutionizing the future through nostalgia. Think of an old British manor house with a contemporary feel. This movement celebrates influential craftsmanship, culture, and style.

7. Natural Stone Finishes

Natural Stone is maintaining its popularity and is expected to continue to peak in homes in 2023. High-contrasting marble was all the rage in 2022 and will continue to be in high demand, but this year we’re expecting other stones to be more desired. Aside from marble, onyx and soapstone will be top contenders in the interior design world. These stones are being used as backsplashes, vanity countertops, flooring, and kitchen islands. And to add drama, people are choosing bold-colored stones for their homes.

8. Home Retreat

After almost two years of saying, “Because of Covid,” and canceling our flights to luxurious resorts and quick getaways, creating your own vacation abode may not be as shocking as one may think. Yearning for a dose of traveling abroad and relaxing in an old Italian villa has sparked a new interior concept: Home Retreat design. Light woods, airy linen, lots of natural light, and creating the emotion of a breezy space are just a few characteristics behind this style.

9. Curvy Lines

Curves are sticking around! When boucle furniture exploded in 2022, curvy lines and round edges followed. Utilizing curves is a key way to make your space feel more inviting and softening your style. Pinterest continues to see a rise in searches relating to curves, whether it’s curved sofas, archways, and even curved kitchen islands. Once a trademark in 1970’s homes, curvy lines are trickling down to the masses in the 21st century.

10. Darker Wood Tones

This may be a surprise to many, but we are expecting more dark wood tones to pop up in homes in 2023! Last year we saw a lot of DIY bleached furniture and light wood floors. This year, as dark and moody interiors are rising in popularity, we believe darker wood tones will also become more admired. Specifically, walnuts or antique oaks. These warm tones pair well with lighter granites and quartz stones. Toss in contrasting leather, velvets, and silk to complete a calming oasis.

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