We present you a guide with the main interior decoration trends in 2023, according to designers, industry leaders, and style experts.

The neutral, warm, and welcoming palette will continue to set the tone, although interior design trends lean towards exploring patterns, textures and personalization in our living spaces. Our shopping habits will evolve towards seeking out antiques and second-hand pieces, which are perfect for decorating, and we'll be faced with creative home updates like stenciling and new painting projects.

Below, we've asked furniture, lighting, paint, color, and interior design experts to share their predictions for interior design trends for 2023.


Amy Paice, Interior Designer at Henry Prideaux Interior Design, says that we will look for designers and makers who create beautiful pieces from sustainable sources. "Sustainability continues to be a buzzword in interior design, especially for those designers and clients with a greener lifestyle. We expect much more of a reduce, reuse, and recycle attitude to be embraced in 2023."

Amy predicts that there will be a lot of interest in companies that breathe new life into unwanted textiles, wallpaper, lighting, and accessories that would otherwise go to landfill, like the Haines Collection.

The key is to have a more sustainable, efficient and ecological house. At the same time, our shopping habits will reinforce the secondhand economy. Display cases packed with vintage treasures and one-offs from flea markets and thrift sellers destined for recycling and reuse will add a touch of English eccentricity in 2023, according to Brian Davenport, owner, and co-founder of lighting company The Solar Center: "It's a classic style that will coordinate to create an intriguing and energetic feeling in our homes."


The return of this color to the kitchen is a fact, so enjoy these 60 white kitchens in different styles with very practical ideas. Designers and architects report a heavy reversal of multipurpose living, with a tendency to separate the kitchen from the living space. In smaller spaces, in particular, it's important to maximize light and create a feeling of spaciousness, and white, as a reflective, neutral tone, is a great way to achieve this. Do you want more information? Get inspired by the 27 trends to decorate your kitchen in 2023.

"The timeless white kitchen is going to be a huge trend in 2023," says Annie Tullett, sales designer for kitchen company Tom Howley. "We've seen such a huge change in how we want our homes to look, feel, and function in the last three years. I think because of the extra time we spend in our homes, we need to make them feel much more spacious, light, and bright." White kitchens do this perfectly, bringing a transformative aesthetic to rooms of any size and mastering the art of illusion, making smaller rooms appear larger."

Helena Myers, director of the firm The Myers Touch, agrees that calm will be crucial in 2023. She is seeing two interesting approaches to kitchen color schemes: "The first is the subtle layering of textures of similar tones to create a clean, soft, and relaxing space, and the second is the bold juxtaposition of many shapes and colors that give rise to an atmosphere of joy and creativity with a very personalized result."

Reflecting the soft, tactile feel, color, and paint expert Annie Sloan also predicts that warmer metals like brass and bronze will replace polished chrome as the choice for kitchen fixtures by 2023.

You also have to pay attention to the colored grout to accentuate the tiles. "Grout used to be just functional, to hold tiles in place," says Diane Hyde, director of marketing for tile company Craven, Dunhill & Co. "But grout is no longer something you can hide. It's a design option that elevates and accentuates the tile it borders. The brilliant cobalt blue or cherry red of the grout pairs perfectly with our ultra-gloss white tiles."


We have not seen this material in the decorative proposals of the big brands for years, however, this year stone surfaces return to change the atmosphere of the house.

You can opt for lamps with marble or granite feet, granite surfaces for the tables, or with more luxurious finishes, such as travertine, or decorative details made with natural or sintered stone.


Fans of traditional borders and these types of decorative elements will love one of the most creative trends of 2023: borders and stenciling. Taking inspiration from period houses, this renewed interest in traditional crafts echoes our new appreciation for elegant living. In addition, we have the 7 trends in floors for 2023 that you have to aim for.

"All trends are cyclical, and we're currently enjoying a lot of 1930s references in interiors," says Annie. "Stenciling takes us back to classic mural printing and stamping traditions, which were much referenced during and after the Art Deco and Art Nouveau periods. Given the ease with which stenciling can offer a whole extra layer to your painted furniture, or even walls, it's no wonder we're constantly reinventing ways to get it back."

Grosgrain ribbon is already used by Henry Prideaux and Amy Paice as a contrasting border on walls to define a room. "We also love the more decorative trimming products from brands like Samuel & Sons and Christopher Farr Cloth," says Amy.


Dulux has chosen a soft golden neutral, Wild Wonder, as the color of the year for 2023, but there is a trend towards therapeutic "sunset hues" that goes beyond the soft shades of this shade. It is a great option to decorate the bedroom, just like these 6 trends to decorate your room in 2023.

From paint company Benjamin Moore's soft, rosy Raspberry Bush to the fresh "Digital Lavender" trend that WSGN forecasts will give interiors a new color to play with in 2023, shades reminiscent of sunset are helping to "create a cozy and nurturing energy," says Helen Shaw, UK marketing director for Benjamin Moore.

"We are seeing that yellow is also in fashion," says Diane. "When done right, it infuses spaces with energy and warmth. But yellow can seem like an intimidating color to decorate with, as we often think first of fluorescent shades and shades of yellow. The bright amber hues in our tile collection Signature have a unique understatement that brings a stylish and refreshing pop of color, especially when contrasted against a muted sage green wall or warm wood cabinets."

Joanna Ross, CEO of home brand Sheridan, is definitely noticing sunset hues in the bedroom: "It's a huge color trend to watch out for in 2023. For example, our new set of shams." Marrea Quilt celebrates pinks, reds, and yellows in a bold floral pattern that transports you to the most beautiful of sunsets, all within the comfort of your own bedroom."


The return to handmade is a fact, much more so in our country, one only has to observe the success of the II El Corte Inglés Crafts Fair, with products that combine tradition and modernity, whether it be in decoration details or when it comes to set the table in style.

We live in a country full of 100% Spanish artisan pieces to decorate the house, which is already sold on Amazon. Have these objects in your home that have become the new luxury and choose figures, vases for your flowers, vintage structures, or artisan textiles, such as macramé or crochet.


We're already familiar with curved sofas and armchairs, but the sinuous shapes are set to spread throughout the home, says Matthew Currington, technical director at The Lighting Superstore. "From bold arches to luxurious curved sofas, softer edges are a great way to add dimension to your space."

To add a vintage touch to lighting this season, he recommends going for funky light shades: "A statement piece, like a marble and chrome curved dome floor lamp, will be a great way to stand out in a certain place.".

Also, look out for curvy 70s-inspired patterns on wallpaper and flooring. Another easy way to follow this decorative trend is to invest in a round rug, try this DIY circular rope rug at home. "We've seen some wonderful examples of round rugs that are an interesting alternative to rectangular or square options," says Amy. "They can work especially well when paired with a curved sofa or used to create a welcoming setting in a foyer or entry room with a stylish round table on top."


Terracotta, which brings warmth and reminds us of soft Mediterranean landscapes, is very topical, without forgetting the ones that are trending in . "Terracotta is definitely having a resurgence," says Diane. "With a rustic, earthy texture, it feeds a prevailing desire to connect our interiors with the natural world. In shades of burnt orange and reddish-brown, terracotta tiles work well in white, country-style kitchens, bringing warmth to a space that otherwise Otherwise, it would be clean and crisp. Terracotta is also ideal for tiling the porch, creating a welcoming and distinctive entrance to your home."

The connection to nature through organic materials is especially important in the kitchen, says MorKrisher, Caesarstone's head of design:

"Incorporating organic textures and earthy tones into the kitchen will be a wonderful way to create a welcoming and calm atmosphere at home in 2023. Bringing a touch of the outdoors inside through raw materials and nature-inspired designs promises to instantly elevate a kitchen." and connect with our environment.


We need a breather, reconnect with our essence and return to nature. In this sense, the Scandinavian style resists the onslaught of fashion and makes a name for itself in the decoration trends of 2023.

Decorative elements and furniture made with natural materials score points, but you can also wink at nature by choosing textiles with botanical motifs.


Despite the fact that you always have to be clear about the keys to choosing the most suitable lamps for each room, this season the luminaires play with perspective. That's why we'll be looking at pendant lamps, shades, and sconces, especially in smaller rooms, says Niki Wright, co-founder of Lights & Lamps.

"By 2023, we're designing products on an exaggerated scale to create interest and a sense of fun," explains Niki Wright. "This could be through a collection of lamps with a similarly textured surface, or the use of geometric shapes like domes, cones, and globes. A statement lamp can be very important in a living room, while a lamp with a similar form on a smaller scale can be much more practical in a corner or placed on a small shelf".

Lighting is going to get more complex, agree interior designer Benji Lewis, founder of Zoom That Room, and Matthew Currington, technical director of The Lighting Superstore, who believes lighting "can provide a beautiful ambient glow around your room. I would consider a larger sconce in brass which will continue to be a very popular metallic shade for the next year, if the lighting has to be practical, for reading or working perhaps, a stylish dimmable option will not only make an impact but direct the light exactly wherever you need it."


This dark color is back in decoration, perfectly encapsulating both the retro trend of the 70s and the interest in all things natural. "Brown is great for giving a sense of security, it's warm and cozy and not at all intimidating," says Benji. "For a long time, shades of gray have been sidelined because people think it's too earthy or reminiscent of bad '70s style."

Suzanne Duin, interior designer and founder of Maison Maison Design, says brown isn't influencing furnishings and color palettes, because "in 2023, we're warming up to rich chocolate and caramel wood tones."

In addition, she affirms Suzanne Duin that "vintage European-style furniture from the 70s will hold its own, and rattan and wicker will be recurring elements to continue to bring texture and warmth to our homes."

On the other hand, if this is the first time you buy furniture in chocolate tones, remember that they have to be very special pieces, Suzanne Duin concludes that "you can't go wrong buying an English chest of five drawers, a walnut buffet or a French chest of drawers from Luis 15th century. And a walnut or mahogany buffet, with or without a marble top, is a classic piece that will always stand the test of time. When placed in contemporary interiors, they create visual interest and a sense that the space has evolved over time. time".