A new year means a fresh start and setting plenty of new goals for the year ahead; often or not, renovating and redecorating your home is always a popular goal for the new year.
The team at London-based Estate Agents Douglas & Gordon wanted to find out what the top interior trends will be for 2023. By looking at the year-on-year search demands for popular and upcoming trends alongside social media engagements and hashtags from TikTok and Instagram, they were able to predict the top 10 interior trends for 2023.
1. Japandi – Ranked as the top trend for 2023 is Japandi, a mix of Japanese and Scandinavian styles. The interior trend combines minimalism and simplicity with wood, wicker and glass materials to create practical and effortless pieces..
2. Houseplants – The houseplant trend is here to stay, with this staple trend taking second place. Houseplants are an easy way to enhance any space, bringing some of the outside into your home. Not only do they look good, but they can also help boost creativity, reduce stress levels and improve air quality.
3. Royalcore – With shows such as The Crown and Bridgerton giving viewers plenty of royal inspiration, it’s no surprise this trend takes third place. The royal core aesthetic uses luxury velvet, gold accents, intricate details and floral patterns, giving a space an opulent and regal feel.