Interior design trends for 2023, according to industry experts

Jeff Holt

As we approach the end of this year, it’s time to start planning for what will be tendency in 2023. Naturally, we asked industry leaders what their interior design predictions are for the upcoming cool season – and they delivered. From a focus on meaningful collections to bathrooms with undercounter refrigerators, be prepared to ruminate on those items that designers expect to see everywhere next year.

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Prepare to lean into authenticity and prioritize joy. “Calm greens and soothing blues can struggle against a tumultuous political landscape, but at the end of the day, it’s the objects we fill our homes with that hold the most power to soothe our anxieties,” says Jean Lin, founder of the cooperative and the design business. Colony. “Maybe it’s your grandfather’s collection of fly fishing lures, or maybe you’re zealous for vintage maps – whatever brings your true self into your living space is up for grabs. the fashion.”

Here, design office Chush & Co. filled the living room of the 2022 Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse with much-loved vintage furniture and artwork from around the world.

“Homeowners are moving away from hiding their wine cellars and using wine storage as an art installation,” says the designer Jeff Andrews. “It’s a collection after all!”

Here, Father’s design fashioned a wall of wine that adds intrigue and acts as art in a client’s living room, which was recently featured on the Netflix show Design Miami.

“More and more homeowners are incorporating bold marble pieces into their kitchens to create a focal point and add a touch of drama,” says the designer Hilary Matt. “You can achieve this look with a bolder use of color, unique veining styles, or both!”

Interior design by Interior archeology.

Materials and organic shapes

Earth tones and organic shapes are set to grow in popularity, according to Elad Yifrach, the founder of The Object– because they are raw and refined at the same time. “This trend towards softer, curvaceous shapes and infusing elements of nature into our homes reflects a desire for comfort, albeit in a more sophisticated and refined way with the incorporation of metals, rocks and textures. harder to add juxtaposition and visual complexity,” Yifrach says.

The brand’s TIMNA collection showcases prime examples, including glazed porcelain vases and bowls in rich mineral tones and “smooth ripples and bulges” that mimic shapes found in nature.

“Cabinets and kitchen islands are centerpieces in the home, and consumers are opting for bold looks and want their appliances to complement the overall design,” says Andrews. “Induction cooktops and ranges are growing in popularity due to their sleek appearance, safety and efficiency. I recently remodeled my dream home and installed a Wolf induction cooktop that not only looks great in space, but also delivers powerful performance.”

Induction hobs are even increasingly available on more traditional ranges, as in this kitchen by Nicole White.

Wellness is a design driver for 2023. “Adding elements that help promote self-care and wellness can turn any space into an oasis,” says Andrews. “Adding a pair of under-the-counter refrigerators to a home spa to store beauty products and chilled towels is something our customers love.”

The designer recommends Sub-Zero Designer Undercounter Refrigerator to enhance convenience and serenity in the bathroom, living room or master bedroom.

Interior design by Elizabeth Roberts.

“Traditional kitchens are evolving and spreading to other parts of the home,” says Matt. “Over the coming year, I predict bigger and even double—kitchen islands will be incorporated to accommodate more entertaining and gathering space in the kitchen.”

Interior design by Alice Lane.

Coffee beyond the kitchen

Coffee machines naturally find their place in the kitchen, but the preparation of your favorite drink does not have to be done there. “Customers are now adding the luxurious convenience of a home coffee station to spaces such as home offices and home theaters,” says Andrews. Adding one to a bedroom would make waking up even faster with a cup of coffee in hand.

Interior design by Alison Victoria.

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