Interior Design Trends to Look For in 2023

April 12, 2023

My home is my fortress is a very popular saying that is also very true. We all want to feel comfortable and safe in our homes. And the design of it plays a big role in that.

If you just became the proud owner of a new place or you just want to have your existing one renovated, we are here to help you. We listed the interior design trends for 2023 that you should consider trying out.

Earth tones

We are done with the bright colors, or at least for 2023. The colors and nuances you should look for are the earth ones like mauve, beige, and pink. But here, we are not talking about combinations of beige and white with a few pink accents here and there.

We mean a room or a house entirely painted and furnished with earth colors and maybe the occasional coral pink to grab attention. You can always combine it with green to make it feel like you are in the forest.


If you are not a fan of having a monochrome house or at least you have some accents, you can consider some mosaic elements. Terrazzo and mosaic will be very trending in 2023 everywhere around the house. We personally believe that they look just great on the kitchen floor.

And considering that the kitchen is the heart of your home, you want everything there to be great. So, if you have decided to design your kitchen by yourself, you should check out some free interior design courses. Like that, you will make sure everything looks great, and it will be a pleasure to cook in your beautiful kitchen.

Accents in Silver

Silver and iron are the trending metals used in home accents this year. That is a bit of sad news for the people that prefer gold, but again this is your home, so you can do whatever you want. Don’t forget that just because something is trending doesn’t necessarily mean it is right for you.

But if you love silver, now you can add all the small and big objects that will give your design this extra touch. The perfect examples are candlesticks or big mirrors with silver frames. Those items can also bring a more sophisticated feeling into your home.

Stone trims

Talking about frames, we should mention that stone trims are the next big thing, and they will fit perfectly with silver accessories. They will also give your home a bit more of a natural feeling. Door or window frames look fantastic, and if you match them well with the wall color, you will get a perfect room design in the end.

Marble floors are the other way to add more stone to your home. This would be a great choice for the flooring for hallways, and why not even the walls? You can go with lighter colors or earth ones, so the space seems bigger and brighter.


We know it might sound a bit scary or brutal when you read the name of that style the first time but don’t worry it is not that bad. Actually, the name comes from the French saying “béton brut,” which means “raw concrete.” It already sounds less threatening, right?

Basically, brutalism aims to show how beautiful raw materials can look. It was very popular between the 50s and 70s, so you might find many homes built during this period using this main style. This is coming back with the use of concrete floors or walls.

Textured tiles

Adding some three-dimensional tiles to your interior design can completely transform your room. It will immediately look fancy and like something out of the Verseile caste. And you can do that everywhere in your place, and it will still look stunning.

We have seen some fireplaces and shower stalls with textured tiles, and we fell in love with those right away. There are many variations and colors you can choose from.

Modernist curves

If you have a house or a mesonet, you might think about some modernist curves when it comes to your staircases. But you can add such curves in other places of your home as well to create some additional dimensions. Arched doorways can be another trend to try out if you don’t consider adding doors.

Maximize natural light

Especially for people working from home, it is very important to maximize the natural light in their homes. In this way, they will have a bright space to spend their day and spare their eyes from some additional fatigue caused by the artificial lighting.

You can do that by not adding drapes or adding some with very light colors and not adding objects that will block the light from the windows.

Carlos Diaz
I believe in making the impossible possible because there’s no fun in giving up. Travel, design, fashion and current trends in the field of industrial construction are topics that I enjoy writing about.

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