Our Top Trends for 2023
Looking for some inspiration for 2023? Here are our favorite trends for 2023. Scroll on and get ready to turn your space into your own personal Oasis.
The Micro Luxury design trend is booming: thanks to our obsession with Pinterest- and Instagram-worthy spaces and a desire for luxury, combined with tighter budgets as the cost of living increases.
Micro Luxury focuses on key elements of a space, instead of going all out. It could be a sofa that’s a little bit bigger, better quality scented candles or adding those extra wall sconces in your hallway and living room to make the space feel more cozy. It can mean creating a dining area in whatever space you have so that when you make a meal it feels special, regardless of whether you have guests, you are with a partner or you are on your own. Adding just a little richness and indulgence to your home can give you that little bit of comfort that can make even the toughest day feel a little bit better.
Natural Materials and Sustainable Style
It’s no secret that dramatic marble is everywhere. It’s part of a larger trend that highlights the natural qualities of materials, instead of masking or polishing them away. Basically, we’re all tired of mass-produced cookie-cutter pieces, and are looking for items with their own individuality. After the last couple years of getting to know our furniture very closely, we’re looking for something with that extra special something.
From rattan and paper to marble and aniline leathers, we’re looking for textures that show off their natural qualities. And the best part? Natural materials are better for the environment, and make less of an impact to produce.
After spending large parts of the last couple years in our homes, personal expression is taking the lead in interior trends. We want to surround ourselves with beautiful objects, and combining heirlooms and cherished antiques with modern and new items is creating a new type of maximalism. Combine interior styles, like mid-century modern and ultra-modern sculptural style, or industrial chic with the traditional Federal style, and you end up with something that is entirely unique and individual.
As people look to switch things up more in the home, a move away from straight lines and toward more modernist curves is on the horizon. Rounded furniture allows for a different, bold style. Add interesting shapes and dimensions to your space for a sophisticated yet playful feel, and don’t be afraid to add some color back in! Whether your space is neutral and luxe or a maximalist celebration, curves help us have some fun with our Interiors again!