There’s no better time to refresh your home décor than the spring.
While you’re preparing for sunny days and completing your spring cleaning checklist, don’t underestimate the impact that a few home décor improvements can have.
In 2023, we are going to see a clear departure from certain trends that have become household norms over the past few years. This spring, decorators are embracing passion and individuality.
Here are our top six interior trends to implement this spring!
1. Bigger, Bolder Colours
Neutral tones have dominated home décor over the past few years. In spring 2023, however, decorators are bucking that trend by introducing bigger and bolder colours that invoke a dopamine response.
These colours range from retro, 70s-inspired tones—such as mustard, avocado, and indigo—to bright shades of pink, blue, and green that embrace individualism.
2. Geometric Patterns
One of the best ways to show off your big, bold, and bright colours this spring is through various geometric patterns—from triangles and squares to circles, stripes, and more.
Of course, it’s easy to go overboard with this trend and turn your home into one large eyesore. The key is to integrate geometric patterns on flat surfaces—such as walls, rugs, bedsheets, wall art, and shower curtains.
3. More Curves
This spring, it’s time to finally replace the harsh, clinical edges found throughout your home with soft, cozy curves. These silhouettes bring a sense of warmth that pairs perfectly with the bold colours you plan to introduce.
On a large scale, you might choose to integrate arched entryways and rounded furniture throughout your home. However, even curved mirrors, frames, and coffee tables can help invoke this homey feeling.
4. Natural Textures
The big, bold colours of spring 2023 are being contrasted by natural textures—such as distressed wood, rattan, and terracotta. This subtle but effective trend allows a space to remain grounded despite its bold patterns and bright colours.
From inlay chairs and woven baskets to textured lampshades and potted plants, there are a variety of ways to incorporate natural textures and patterns into an otherwise bright and lively space.
5. DIY and Repurposing
Sustainability is a hot topic at the moment, and this spring, it’s carrying over into the interior design realm as well. More and more homeowners and decorators are integrating all types of do-it-yourself items and second-hand décor throughout their homes.
Popular items include homemade quilts, thrifted baskets, and eye-catching antiques. Beyond the charming aesthetic that these types of items can bring to a space, there is an even greater purpose being served.
6. Eclectic Decorating
This spring, decorators and homeowners are having more fun and freedom with their décor—working their personal passions, culture, and sensibilities into their home spaces.
While such choices might have been a little too daring in years past, this celebration of personality captures what 2023 interior trends are all about!
For 2022 trends, click here.
For 2021 trends, click here.
– Nataile Froom
– Anita B
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