I’ve sought insight from a handful of experts to find out the interior trends for 2023 that really matter. Although each hails from different remits of the world of interiors, they share an overall outlook and consensus. “I think that much of the design trends for 2023 will be based on longevity and function, focussed less on ‘what’s in’ and more on ‘what’s right for my family and my home, with lots of people looking to nature, the environmental impact of design, and the mood and atmosphere their decisions create,” says interior designer and expert Toby Perryman-Payne.
The trends highlighted undoubtedly have staying power; our desire to host with pride after being denied the opportunity to do so over the past few years continues in its prevalence, as does the need to make the bigger, more permanent aspects of our home trend-proof. There are, however, a myriad of ways to make your home feel current; the addition of a new sofa cushion or a well-positioned candle vessel on your mantle is enough to nod to fresh aesthetics without compromising on timelessness or having to overspend.
Continue on to discover the interior trends for 2023 that experts think you ought to know about.