Interior design trends in 2023. What trends will you have to abandon?

In 2023, interior design experts predict a taste for vibrant colors, plants and decorations that express personal style.

At the beginning of last year we were still stressed after months of the pandemic. Today, life has returned to normal and become more lively, including design trends expected for 2023. It is expected to bring with it a strong individualism that manifests itself in interior design through everything that expresses individuality. Tom Mirabile, founder of consumer trend forecasting agency Springboard Futures, says of next year's home decor trends: “The market is finally moving away from more romantic styles. As we move beyond the worries and fears associated with the pandemic and new complex realities, such styles seem too naive.” See what interior design trends Mirabile and other experts are predicting for 2023.

Explosion of color

Interiors in cheerful shades will replace white and neutral ones. “As society continues to celebrate individuality, we are seeing minimalism move beyond simplicity and utility to introduce more expressive elements,” says Tom Mirabile. “It’s important to add contrast, warmth and dimension to white spaces so you don’t feel like you’re in a hospital,” added Lindsay Smecker, director of US-based ESP Trendlab.

Darker shades will be used more often, even in white kitchens. American interior designer Kristina Phillips of Kristina Phillips Interior Design told that darker shades will appear in white kitchens to complement lighter elements. "While white kitchens will always be in style, it makes sense to pair darker cabinets with white countertops, or vice versa," notes designer Christina Phillips.

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Tactile textures will be popular

In interior design in 2023, textures will play an important role when choosing pillows and sofas. This is one of the easiest ways to add warmth and visual interest to a room. According to, Andy Morse, founder of Morse Design, an American interior design company, said textured fabrics and leather will continue to be popular.


Built-in stoves, open shelving and open kitchens will continue to be trendy in 2023.

Decorative borders and stencils

Fans of traditional wallpaper will love one of the most creative trends of 2023 - borders and stencils. Drawing inspiration from period homes, this interest in traditional crafts reflects a love of fashion from yesteryear. All trends are cyclical, and trends from the 1930s are coming back. Anything that is reminiscent of classic printed paintings and the minting traditions of the Art Deco and Art Nouveau periods will come back into fashion.

Curved furniture and lighting fixtures characteristic of retro style

From bold arches to curved sofas, cornerless edges are a great way to add the illusion of space and a retro feel to a room. A curved chrome floor lamp or a round rug can be a great way to create a retro style.

Large lamps and sconces

Pendant lights, lampshades and chandeliers change the perspective, especially in small spaces. We are talking about lampshades of geometric shapes, domes, cones, large globes.

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Interior design trends in 2023. What trends will you have to abandon?