In 2023, furniture trends will include soft curves that feel good to the touch and a focus on natural colors and patterns. They’ll also be on the lookout for more sustainability-focused pieces and designs, according to interior designers Karen Rohr of Mackenzie Collier Interiors and Jess Weeth of Weeth Home.
Curved lines are a major trend in furniture right now, and that’s not stopping anytime soon. In fact, they’re expected to increase even more in 2023. This trend focuses on organic shapes and can be seen throughout the design world, from architecture to curved couches.
If you’re looking to make a big statement with your new furniture, curved pieces are the way to go. Whether you’re shopping for a coffee table or an accent chair, these rounded edges can soften any room.
Color is going to be a major player in 2023, as more homeowners want to add warmth and depth to their homes with warm-colored woods. This is especially true of darker-colored woods, such as walnut, which has become popular over the past few years.
For this reason, you’ll likely see more darker woods in 2023, as well as a return to lighter-colored finishes and mixed-toned woods. While some homeowners may shy away from this look, it can be a great option for those who want to bring an eclectic vibe into their homes without being too over the top.
Pattern is also going to be a big player in 2023, as designers expect clients to be more adventurous when it comes to pattern and color choices. If you’re not sure where to start with this trend, try adding a bright throw pillow or an oversized piece of art to your space.
Using mismatched pieces to create a more eclectic vibe is another trend that’s going to be huge in 2023. If you have a matching bedroom set, for example, consider moving one of the pieces to a guest bedroom or dining room to give your entire space a more unified look.
This trend can be applied to any space, but it works particularly well in smaller rooms with limited floor space. It’s an inexpensive way to update a space and makes it feel more unique.
Texture is also a big player in 2023, as more homeowners will be seeking out fabrics that offer more variety in texture and thickness. This means anything from textured tufted upholstery to nubby fabrics like sherpa and boucle’ will be in high demand for the year ahead.
*Sustainability-focused furniture is going to be a major player in home decor in 2023, as more consumers will be looking for products that are made from recycled materials and are greener to use. This includes both furniture and decor, as well as environmentally-friendly cleaning products and other accessories.
In addition to being sustainable, these items are also environmentally friendly and help reduce a homeowner’s carbon footprint. Moreover, these types of furnishings and decor are aesthetically pleasing and can be used for a long time.