Hello, trendies! We’re back again to present TrendBook’s forecast for 2023. Discover the next 2023 interior design trends. Discover what’s next in design with color trends, materials, and styles that will prevail in our lifestyles and decor.
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A Renaissance architecture aesthetic now returning to interior design. Applied to architecture, furniture design, and decorative elements.
A decor trend consequence from the pandemic times, having one perfect statement wall, proper for video calls or recording content for the online world.
In 2023, the nature chapter trend will have a link between wellness being with organic and cozy materials. Materials such as wool, cotton, clay, velvet, and ceramics are key elements for a smooth organic environment.
CYBERPUNK / DIGITAL REALISM
The underground digital world applied to interior design, it’ll be mostly seen in specific decor elements, with bright neon colors.
FUNGHI DECOR TREND
This will be a trending topic in the next interior design season. For its iconic 70’s revival, and its whimsical effects. Applied in shapes or prints.
A very important trend for hospitality design! The Instagram generation will tend to appreciate more eye-catching interiors for sharing on their accounts. Full of colors and geometrics.
An already very loved hue, used from fashion to interior design, it’s coming back as the star color of 2023.
For a minimal aesthetic, this decor trend will be an ongoing trend, with special use for bathrooms and kitchens. With subtle golden accents.
One of our new behaviors. The need for an isolated corner, whether for working/calls, but also for the need for calm and concentration. A private sociable club.
A contemporary classic style mixed with iconic fashionable fabrics. This design trend brings a new movement for merging classic decors with fashion design.
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