2023 Design Trends

A new year means that new design trends will soon be making waves, and as we look ahead to 2023, we couldn’t help but poll a few pros on what looks will be having a major moment in the interiors world. Below, seven interior designers from across the country share the trends that they anticipate will reign supreme in the coming months.


Colorful Kitchens

“We are going away from the all-white kitchen. I find that more and more of my kitchen designs are full of color and warmth. We are doing combinations of wood uppers with painted base cabinets in a color that best supports the look of the home.” — Jen Dallas of Jen Dallas Interior Architecture & Design Studio


Luxe Lighting

“We’ll see bold  and oversized lighting that makes a statement and makes any space glow!” — Thayer Orelli of Thayer Woods Home + Style

Design by Chris Bravo Interiors featuring our Frida Pink fabric 


Bold Rugs

“I think we’re going to see a lot more statement rugs in 2023.  It could be a scalloped border or a bold check, but the floors are going to take center stage.” — Leslie Martin of M+M Interior Design

Pictured here: Pepper x Loom & Co Suzy Steel Oushak Rug


Lots Of Pattern

“I think that clients are wanting to see more patterns, and a mix of patterns in their spaces. I think fabric manufacturers are creating designs that work so well together with large and small scale patterns as well as coordinates like stripes and plaids all in the same color family.” — Sarah Brannon of Sarah Brannon Interiors

Pictured here: Hockney Sky Curtain and Eden Blue Pillow piped in Cherry


Warm Woods

“I think we will be seeing darker and warmer woods like walnut incorporated into floors, cabinets, and furniture.” — Lisa Furtado of Lisa Furtado Interiors

Design by Ashley Dalton Interiors featuring our Hockney Moss Curtains


Traditional Layouts And Bold Hues

“In 2023, I think people will want less open concept floor plans and more traditional layouts for privacy and use-specific space. I also think that people will be more bold with their color, wallcovering, and textile choices in their decorating.” — Francie Winchester of Francie Winchester Interior Design

“We will see fewer open concepts and more purposeful spaces like libraries, studies, and cozy lounges.”Lisa Furtado

Design by De Risi Designs featuring Ginger Sky and Sky Velvet pillows. Photography by Erin Rechler Photography.


Outdoor Influences

“Bringing the outdoors in will be big—creating an indoor cozy space that feels like a holiday or retreat.” Thayer Orelli


Dark And Moody Interiors

“I think we’re trending towards dark and moody interiors in contrast to the light and bright rooms we’ve grown accustomed to seeing. Saturated jewel tones will be big in 2023 on everything from walls, to kitchen cabinets, and even stone countertops.  If you're not ready to fully commit to a moody redo, soft goods, such as pillows or draperies are a great way to dip your toe into the trend.” — Bethany Adams of Bethany Adams Interiors

Pictured here: Alice Curtains featured in Natalie Steen's Texas home 


Mixing Metals

“Another trend I see happening more and more is mixing metals. There was a time not too long ago where that was not desired. I think with the new metal finishes available today, there is an inspiration to mix metals throughout our spaces.”Jen Dallas


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