Are you thinking of making a renovation or moving to a new home this year?
Do you need a dose of “inspiration” to renew the decoration of your home?
Do you like to keep up to date with the main novelties in interior design?
The colours, styles and materials used in furniture, walls and floors in homes, offices and shops change periodically, adapting to the tastes of users and the aesthetics marked by design, architecture, fashion and popular culture.
In this article we have compiled some of the main decoration trends for 2023.
4 decoration trends to keep up with the latest trends
This may not be a new trend, but it is a style that has been around for a long time and has recently gained a lot of momentum.
Natural elements and inspiration from nature are becoming more and more prominent in homes, both in the use of plants and botanical prints on wallpaper (our Calatea model is a good example of this) and in the colour range, in which this year almond green with shades of grey (with a cocooning, protective and relaxing effect), bottle green, glacier blue and lavender stand out.
These intense colours contrast with earth tones and beige, which always provide a more neutral point and with which they combine perfectly.
The use of natural light and the application of warm wood tones in furniture and flooring also contribute to transmitting an image of calm and peace in the home.
However, nature is not always soft and relaxing: sometimes it is lively and opulent, organic, because it is in constant movement.
That is why the use of materials such as clay, velvet or ceramics in some decorative elements is also a trend this year.
Stone, the star material in 2023
Natural stone will be the star material in many interior design projects in 2023.
Granite, limestone, sandstone, slate or marble are some of the elements that we will see in sinks, bathrooms and, of course, in wall and floor coverings.
Natural stone brings robustness and elegance to spaces, and stands out for its durability and resistance.
In addition, it is timeless, so we can introduce it in modern and modern environments, but also in other more classic ones.
In any case, it seems that natural stone will flee from the “basic” tones and shapes and will go for more innovative designs, such as our Bianca Lines marbles for bathrooms, or our Toscano travertine.
The latter, despite being quite classic, has warm and reddish reflections, in line with the decorative trends of 2023.
More curvilinear shapes
Rounded shapes have been making their way into interior design for some time now and are set to become an “established” trend later this year.
According to experts, curved furniture enhances well-being by evoking emotional responses such as calm and fulfilment.
In interiors, both architectural and decorative elements and furniture will adopt less static shapes, which we will be able to see in arches, doors or windows.
Also in mirrors, and even in paint and wallpaper effects.
In wallpapers, the reminiscence of the aesthetics of the 70s and 80s will be very present, which will generate new trends around geometric designs, albeit more rounded.
2023, the return of Art Deco?
The vintage style of the 1970s and 1980s, with its opulent, almost extravagant opulence, is one of the decoration trends for this year.
This style will return with a new and improved version, less glam and possibly more balanced, but perfect if you are looking for more personal decorating ideas for 2023.
The “Japandi” style (a mix of “Japanese” and “Scandinavian” trends) is presented as a neo-rustic, authentic and modern decorating variant, where comfort and warmth are key.
This style is based on:
- Wooden floors in dark tones (e.g. walnut) and even black, both in kitchens and in living rooms, bedrooms and bathrooms.
- Straight and minimalist lines.
- Walls, furniture and accessories in light tones.
But the big trend of 2023 in decoration will be the return of Art Deco, with details that will help us to create stylish and elegant spaces.
We can include Art Deco in our home with mouldings, with elements and furniture lacquered in black and white, and with touches of bronze or gold.
L’Antic Colonial’s wall mosaics fit in perfectly with this decorative trend.
- The Gravity Aluminium Shell model provides an interesting visual appeal thanks to its particular flake-shaped design and its gold and silver tones.
- The Effect Triangle Emerald model also reflects some of the aesthetics and colour of this decorative style from the beginning of the 20th century.
Our mosaics bring personality and distinction to any interior cladding, and adapt to all styles: they are pieces full of sophistication, which easily adapt to the surfaces on which they are installed, and which inspire elegance, depth or movement.
We hope you found this article interesting, and we invite you to discover our products and other decoration ideas on our blog.