Top 9 Interior Design Trends 2023

What will interior design look like in 2023? That is a question that many people are asking, but there can be no definitive answer. Trends are always changing, as the styles of today can often become tomorrow’s cliches. However, there are some intriguing trends emerging, that we wanted to share with you. So, keep reading for the hottest interior design trends 2023!

Wellness and self-care design

Engineered hardwood floor in white tones. Harlech white oiled oak
Harlech White Oak

One trend that we are seeing emerge is wellness and self-care design. After the pandemic which saw a marked increase in the time spent inside as well as a spike in mental health awareness, people are looking for ways to create a space that is calming and relaxing through the incorporation of more natural elements, such as plants and earth tones into the design. Utilizing softer colors and materials that promote relaxation, balance temperature and improve ventilation and flow.


A popular trend looking to make a resurgence is ArtDeco. Short for the French term Arts Décoratifs, this style lends its focus to bolder eye-catching geometric shapes and the predominant inspiration to the 1920s and 30s. 2023 will see a departure from minimalist interiors that were popular during 2022 and incorporate more textures and patterns that complement the space. This is making a comeback partially because it is in strong opposition to minimalistic approaches, as we see it added to more and more design schemes. All about bold geometric shapes, bright colors, and luxurious materials, for those wanting to make a statement in their home, this is the trend for you!

Designed and personalized workspaces

As more and more people work from home, the line between work and home life has become blurred for many. Leading people to look for ways to create a space that is both functional and stylish. We are seeing an increase in designed and personalized workspaces, a trend which often includes incorporating items that increase productivity and promote focus, such as ergonomic furniture, standing desks, plants, light colors, natural light, and even accent chairs with pillows and throw blankets.

As much Natural light as possible

Another trend on the rise we are seeing, is an emphasis on natural light. In the past, many people have tried to block out natural light in favor of artificial lighting. However, we are now seeing a shift back to using as much natural light as possible. Think of large windows, skylights, and solar tubes in the design, while preferring the use of lighter colors and materials to best reflect the light rather than absorb it.

Embrace the curves

Design Panels Engineered Flooring
Design Panels

Another popular trend is clean curves. This trend is all about soft, round shapes. We are seeing this trend in furniture, lighting, and even architecture. Soft curves are often reminiscent of the human body and bring a warm and calming presence to a room. While sharp and twisting curves can bring about a sense of chaos and turmoil. The employment of curvature is all about creating a sense of flow and movement in a space.

Organic and imperfect shapes

Another big trend that we are seeing is organic and imperfect shapes. This includes incorporating items that are handmade or have an irregular shape embracing the imperfections in life and using them to create a unique space. Some of the most popular items to add include lighting, decor pieces and furniture with a unique style.

Outdoor-Indoor blend

Engineered wood flooring on a dining room

As the line between indoor and outdoor living continues to blur, we are seeing more and more people incorporate an outdoor-indoor blend into their design. This includes adding elements such as large windows, sliding glass doors, and patio doors to the design. It also means using materials that can be used both indoors and out, such as stone, wood, and concrete.

Indoor plants

As we mentioned before, plants are big in interior design. People are looking for ways to bring the outdoors inside, and one of the best ways to do that is with plants. Between the luscious greens, downplayed brown tones, and the wide range of pots, bowls, and hanging plant options, this style offers a wide array of avenues for personal expression. Asides from the stylistic benefits, indoor plants not only add a touch of nature but also purify the air and improve your health.

Sustainability plays an important role

Sustainability, now more than ever the call to protect our planet rings out, and Sustainable products have become a much more prominent idea in interior design. People are looking for ways to use eco-friendly materials, reduce their carbon footprint, and live a more sustainable lifestyle. This includes using recycled or repurposed products, renewable energy, low-VOC paint, and natural fibers. This concept also centers around incorporating green principles into the design.

Thank you for reading! We hope this blog post has inspired you to consider new interior design trends and approaches for your home in 2023. Be sure to check out our website or contact us if you want to complete your dream space with a trending wood floor.