Home Trends Designers Are Excited About For 2023

Home Trends Designers Are Excited About For 2023

Keeping up with the trends is one of the easiest ways to make your home look new and fresh. Especially for those looking to frequently makeover their house, being updated about trends is a must.

The good news is that interior designers have already given us a sneak peek of the trends they are excited about for 2023. Here is all that we gathered from their insights. Read on to know if anything inspires a change to your own home.


2023 interior styles will see a drastic shift from modern or contemporary house styles to those which bring the familiarity and comfort of the past. Vintage or antique pieces carrying a part of history or old memories will make a significant addition to modern living spaces. Warm wood, rich colors, heirloom textiles, patchwork blankets, tapestries, and antique rugs will feature this trend, along with a creative inclusion of nature.

Adding repurposed antiques, natural textures, and plenty of layers for comfort and coziness can add more definition to this concept, especially in cold-weather countries.

When put together with the right elements and home furniture, these nostalgia-inspired details will create an English country-style home that meets the needs of modern contemporary lifestyles.

Warm Colours

From the beginning of 2022, interior designers have been predicting a shift from cooler tones to a warmer palette. Now it's apparent that shades of terracotta, pink, and mustard are creeping into homes and furniture accessories, with searches for 'dusky pink,' 'brown,' and 'mustard' increasing among homeowners who are looking to get a house makeover.

These colors are warm and relaxing and, most importantly, go hand-in-hand with the theme of nostalgia. Even the addition of Pantone's newly announced 2023 color of the year, Viva Magenta, a vibrant pinky red, perfectly ties in with these warm colours.

Temperature-regulating Design

The extremes in weather and rising energy bills have made the world rethink how we regulate the temperature in our homes and will have an influence on interior designs in 2023.

There is already an uptick in searches for external shutters, and heat-reducing window treatments for keeping homes cool for the coming summer.

Due to this demand, eco-friendly and energy-efficient architecture and interior designs will also see slow growth in 2023 and create new market segments for designers to cater to.

Interesting Wallcoverings

Although surprising, wallcovering will play a key role in new interior design trends for 2023. Back then, we followed this trend by hanging artwork or creating gallery walls. Murals, bold papers, and 3D textures will go handy for this trend.

That being said, searches for decorative wall panels and modern wall paneling are already up, and designers expect homeowners will move towards bolder and more dramatic patterns for their wallcoverings.

Whether or not this may be a favorite among minimalists, incorporating them can liven up bare and pale walls and give them some life and balance of aesthetics.

Biodynamic Lighting

In recent years the importance of health and wellness has influenced people to connect more with nature - mainly to benefit from its positive effect on mental health and well-being. In 2023, interior themes will be inspired more by nature or align towards resembling it in their house details.

Biodynamic lighting is one such interior trend we will likely see more in houses. It is an artificial lighting system designed to replicate daylight as much as possible.

As a biophilic product design, this lighting is believed to reduce stress, promote activity, connect people with nature and improve their overall quality of life.