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  • Writer's pictureAmy Chang

Top 10 Interior Design Trends for 2023

Updated: Aug 4, 2023

Looking for inspiration to refresh a dated interior? These current trends may be just what you need to update your look!

1. Earth Tones

From cocoa and caramel to terracotta and rust, earth tones are back in a big way. Just as we are seeing a preference for warm tones in metal finishes, warm tones in textiles and finishes are everywhere this year. These comforting neutral shades are as timeless as they are sophisticated.

Amber Interiors

2. Textured Tile

This has been a growing trend for the last couple of years, and we don't see it going anywhere anytime soon. Textured tile can add extra dimension and warmth, and a handcrafted feel to your kitchen or bath.

Alexis Garrett/Dagan Design

3. Stripes

In tile layouts and paint, as well as wallpaper and textiles, stripes are everywhere this year. This bold design element manages to be both classic and on trend.

Lizzie Green

4. Natural Fiber Lighting

We are loving the variety and selections of new lighting in rope, rattan, silk, paper, and woven fibers that have flooded the market. These fixtures can provide the perfect touch of texture and interest for your interior.

Rockwell Group

5. Concrete Floors

Durable and stylish, concrete floors are in demand in both commercial and modern residential interior design. These floors are durable, seamless, and now in addition to the more traditional neutral grays and browns, can come in any color in the rainbow.

Phoebe Nicol

6. Arches

Arches are an elegant way to add softness and an old-world sensibility to both modern and traditional spaces.

Studio Andrew Trotter

7. Saturated Paint Colors

White walls have long been a staple of the design world, but this year bold saturated paint colors---both on walls and trim---are surging in popularity. Moody powder rooms in inky blues, as well as bold living rooms in vibrant jewel tones are bringing drama and excitement to our feeds (and our clients' houses)!

Rose Uniacke

8. Warm Wood Tones

Shifting away from the cooler white and grey toned woods we've seen so much of in recent years, people are again gravitating towards warmer wood tones, like walnut and teak.

Scott Horne

9. Natural Elements

With our increasingly remote and digital world, there is more and more desire to connect with the natural world. There is a growing demand for natural finishes such as bamboo, cork, sisal, raffia, and wood. Plants and potted trees and other flora are now integral design elements for creating a soothing and inviting atmosphere.

Roman & Williams

10. Green Design

We are happy to report that environmentally-friendly products are becoming more popular and more accessible in the interior design market. People are increasingly interested in where and how items are made, and choosing local and sustainable options when available.

Kari Whitman

Feeling inspired to redesign and freshen up your space? Contact us today for a complimentary discovery call to learn more about our services.

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