Here are the 2023 latest decorating trends to love or hate…you decide. Trends can be entertaining to watch. They take a little time to evolve so some trends mentioned last year are taking hold and are still around.
This will highlight my observations such as the 2023 paint colors of the year, rooms with personality coming in strong, front porches being high in Pinterest searches, wallpapered powder rooms being all the rage, the “fifth wall” getting addressed, and the return of the dining room.
Today, we have some of the best interior designers gathered to see what they predict, too. Their links are at the end of the post.
2023 Paint Color Interior Design Trends
Last year was all about green, and this year we have warm neutrals and shades of dark pink like raspberry and magenta.
I like the idea of Valspar’s Ivory Brown and Behr’s Blank Canvas on cabinetry. Dark pink is pretty as an accent.
Pantone’s color of the year is:
PANTONE 18-1750 Viva Magenta. How do you feel about this? Would you use it on walls?
Traditional/Romantic/Thrifted Interiors: #The Collected Look
Interiors with personality and character like “The Collected Look” is fortunately in!
According to Pinterest Predicts Trends: “In 2023, people will find new ways to honor old things in their homes. People are combining vintage—often inherited—pieces with their modern styles. Thanks to the Boomers and Gen X driving these trends, antiques have never looked so chic.”
Front Entrances and Porches Taking Stage
Pinterest says searches for front entrances have dramatically increased.
“The back garden is your trusty fallback— but in 2023, all eyes will be on the front-of-house! Rising searches suggest that Boomers and Gen X will be pampering their porches and dolling up their doorways.”
Wallpaper In Powder Rooms
This is a fun place to add wallpaper. Did you know that wallpaper isn’t as hard to remove as it was years ago? Especially if you prime the base and use strippable paper.
Decorating Trends: The Statement Ceiling
Addressing the ceiling (and not with plain white) is gaining in popularity again.
We wallpapered the ceiling in our little foyer. Wallpaper In A Small Foyer Makes A Statement
The Return Of The Dining Room But Less Formal
All-matching dining room sets are not so cool anymore, although a dedicated room for dining is coming back.
Our dining room below gets its own casual space.
You may also like Great Reasons For Painting Walls And Trim The Same Color and “12 Interior Design Trends That Will Be Huge in 2023 According to Designers” by Veranda Magazine.
Are there any decorating trends to love or hate this year? Let’s go see what these experts are reporting for 2023.
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