8 Interior Design Trends for 2023

Not all interior design trends are made equal. Some are bold and fleeting, while others feel like they should have been around this whole time. Trends can be completely new or a fresh version of a trend from decades ago. When you’re remodeling your Corvallis home, consider using some of the top 2023 interior design trends that feel right to you. So, what are the most loved 2023 design trends you should consider for your home remodel?


Top 2023 Interior Design Trends for Your Remodel

The 2023 design trends are all about personalization, bringing the outside in, and experimenting with color. Read on to find out what they are and where you can apply these trends in your Corvallis home. 

1. More Personalization 

More personalization has been on trend for a couple of years, and in 2023, we’re seeing an even bigger shift to personalization through color, textures, and architectural details. Gone are the stark and harshly minimalistic spaces of a few years ago. Add more personal touches to your space by asking yourself what you like rather than sticking too closely to trends. This may come by way of layering patterns, using an unexpected color, creating spaces or entire rooms that reflect your interests, and showing off your cherished collections. 

To avoid making your space visually cluttered, practice some restraint and go for textures, colors, and patterns that coordinate. Use built-ins to wrangle your collections into a singular space rather than being spread throughout a room. If it’s patterns you like, choose one large pattern as the background and a tighter pattern on the details. For example, a large patterned floral sofa can be accented with a tighter pattern on the throw pillows. Get creative and look to a designer to help guide your choices. 

2. Architectural Details

In 2023, home trends and interior designs are leaning toward architectural details to personalize your space. One trend that’s leading the list is statement ceilings. Your home’s style can be taken all the way to the top of your space by incorporating one of the most popular statement ceiling designs, such as exposed beams and rafters, a coffered ceiling, vaulted, and tray. To add a wow factor, use paint to bring out the details and bring the eye upward, making the space feel larger. 

Another interior architectural detail coming back strong are arches. Arches can be used on your windows, interior and exterior doorways, hallway entrances, and built-in bookshelves. Arches soften the space and add just enough personality. 

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3. A Warm Color Palette 

Last year’s blues and greens are still very popular choices, even making the colors of the 2023 by a few major paint brands. However, 2023 is all about warming up spaces with desert-inspired hues and blush tones. Terra cotta, saffron, ochre, and brick red are a few examples of the color trends for 2023. The 2023 Pantone color of the year is Viva Magenta–a bold deviation from last year’s color, with blue undertones that make this shade very rich. It’s great for smaller spaces, like a half bath, but ideal for small applications, like decor. More subtle 2023 colors of the same tone are beige-blush colors that are adventurous but muted and comforting. 

4. Medium Wood Tones

Medium wood tones are back in 2023 and pair beautifully with the warm hues that are also on trend. These tones aren’t the warm ones from decades ago, however, these are on the cooler side. Maple is the tone that bucks this trend for how light it is, which is great for keeping an all-over light palette while still benefiting from the warmth that wood can bring into a space. 

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5. Biophilic Design

Biophilic and nature-inspired design has been on the upswing for several years and is only expected to grow in popularity in 2023. While indoor plants and trees are the most obvious features of a biophilic design, they are complemented by organic shapes, plenty of natural light, raw materials, and palettes filled with colors found in nature. More access to the outdoors is also on the upswing in 2023. Movable glass walls are becoming more popular and widely available. They serve to create a completely open space between your kitchen or living room with an outdoor living area, circulating fresh air and making your living space feel much larger. 

6. Incorporate Wellness into Your Design

As we focus on designated spaces that personalize your experience at home, wellness has been at the forefront for homeowners. In 2023, we’re going to continue to see the rise of spaces in the home that simply make us feel better. This may be a gym, a yoga studio, a meditation space, a sunroom filled with plant life, or other spaces that encourage wellness. Don’t forget that a spa bathroom can also be considered a place of wellness, complete with a sound bathtub, steam shower, and any other feature that leaves you refreshed and rejuvenated. 

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7. Multipurpose Kitchens

Homeowners are looking to make their kitchens more of a multi-use space again. In 2023, we’re seeing the return of breakfast nooks, extended islands for more seating, and designated spaces, like built-in bars and coffee stations. You can even plan your kitchen to have a sitting area near a bay window for enjoying your morning coffee or sitting comfortably while the chef of the home prepares a meal. Having these spaces in the kitchen invites family and friends to stay for a while and connect. Having different zones in your kitchen also allows you to experiment with the trending 2023 paint colors in smaller doses as well. 

8. Add Some Texture

As we add more personalization into our homes in 2023, we’re seeing a rise in texture. Bamboo shades in the kitchen, jute rugs in the bathroom, textured wallpaper to create a statement wall in the bedroom, and plaster in the kitchen, and rattan pendant lights bring in just the right amount of texture to make a space feel warm and inviting. Natural stones can add texture as well, like slate, travertine, and leathered granite. When used sparingly, these textures can add a nature-infused sophistication without too much visual clutter. 

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Upgrading Your Corvallis Home in 2023

As you’re developing a plan for your home remodel in Corvallis, choose trends that speak to you. After all, it’s your home and the design should reflect your personal style and what would improve your at-home experience. Work with a designer to help guide the process so the trends you choose will have a longer shelf-life as well. As long as it brings you joy and comfort, you can’t go wrong. 

Corvallis Custom Kitchens & Baths allows for a seamless process that will take your remodel from the idea stage all the way to clean-up day. You’ll have access to both design and build professionals from the start of the process. After hearing your vision for your project, we can help you explore options for achieving your remodeling goals and create a customized space. Contact Corvallis Custom Kitchens & Baths to schedule a consultation.

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