What’ll be trending in 2023 interiors according to the internet

It’s the end of the year which means it’s time to look update the trends lists and see what’s staying from 2022 and what’s new for 2023. We’ve scoured the internet to bring you the best of the bunch and the most exciting trends for Tile Addicts, so let’s get into it.

1) It’s still the 70s

Although some interior trends come and go in the blink of an eye, for most they have a few years in the spotlight before something new takes their place. And going into 2023 we will be entering the fourth year of 70s revival style. Perfect for those that love it warm and funky, 70s interiors pick and mix from the decade, adding curves, statement furniture pieces, and earthy tones to create a space rich with nostalgia.

2) Against Neutral

Pushing against the calm simplicity of white and grey is the growing demand for colour. Whether it’s deeper, darker, and richer, or a palette of pastels, colour is taking the place of the neutrals that have been the go-to choice for years.

3) One with nature

Nature is still at the top of people’s must-have design inspirations. Going eco, bringing the outside in, selecting organic materials and earthy colours, or simply filling the house with plants, the trend towards nature isn’t going away any time soon.

4) Stone as statement

For those that want to incorporate nature into their homes but want to do so with a bit more drama, the choice is statement stone. Fabulously veined marble, unusual colours, and quirky textures are all the rage.

5) Japandi

Keep things cool, calm, and elegant with Japandi style. Mix chic design with raw materials for a contrast that is full of character and the best of both Scandinavian and Japanese style.

6) Curvy is key

Curved furniture from sofas to candlesticks, and from rugs to railings stand hand-in-hand with arches as our final interior trend. Taking cues from 70s style, organic features, and playful design, curves are coming in big.

A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, December 2022.

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