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We’re down to the last few weeks of 2022 and the new year is just around the corner. That means plenty of brand-new home decor trends to discover! A fresh start is the perfect excuse to do some redecorating. Here are some of the top home decor trends we can expect to see more of in 2023.
Minimalism is a style that is simple, uncluttered, and focused on the essentials. It's also been around for decades, so if you're looking to add some timeless minimalism to your home decor, this is the place to start. The trend has evolved beyond what it once was. It's now more than just a style of decorating; it's become a way of life!
Minimalism is defined by the use of neutral colors and a complete lack of clutter. If you’re going to embark on this trend, make sure you have plenty of storage space to stash any unsightly trinkets.
High-tech decor has been popularized by Twitch streamers and other video game enthusiasts. Digital signage, home automation, and smart lighting are just a few of the ways you can use technology to decorate your home.
If you want to go all out with your decorating style, there's no better way than by adding some tech elements into your arsenal–like installing RGB lighting throughout your home and asking Alexa to set the color and mood of each room.
Once considered to be dated, floral patterns are making a comeback and they're a great way to add color and style to your home. Whether you prefer floral prints on pillows, furniture, wall art, or accessories, you can use them in any room of the house. Repurpose antique floral prints or opt for a bolder, modern floral print that makes a statement.
The shabby chic look has a vintage vibe and an intentionally distressed look. It's characterized by a mix of light neutral colors and pops of pastels with wood furniture that has been roughed up to give the finish a lived-in feel. This style is great for homes with high ceilings as well as large rooms where there are lots of natural light sources throughout the day.
Farmhouse style is a perfect balance between country and city. You can capture the feel of a rustic, rural cottage no matter where in the world you are with just a few strategic decor choices.
The farmhouse aesthetic has been around for centuries, but it has recently become popular again because of its harmonious blend of vintage and modern. You can incorporate farmhouse style into your home either through actual antique farmhouse pieces or by simply opting for newer pieces made in that old-fashioned style.
Industrial style is all about rough, raw materials. Picture a loft with exposed brick and concrete and large windows to let in the light. It's also about bold colors and raw, natural wood—which makes it perfect for anyone who wants their home to feel like a warehouse or factory.
If you're looking for inspiration for your industrial decor, PIPE DECOR® has your back. Our DIY kits make it easy to add modern, urban accents to any room.
Jewel tones are a great way to add energy and color to your room. They're bright, vibrant, and bold—and they're perfect for any room in the house!
Jewel tones can be used as an accent or the main attraction, depending on what you want them to do. Sporadic jewel tones are great for adding some color while still maintaining an overall neutral feel; predominant jewel tones make a lush, dramatic statement that says "I'm here!".
Wood is a great material to have in your home. Although wood in decor is often associated with a vintage vibe, it’s making a comeback in modern furniture.
Natural wood has a warm, inviting feel that’s easy to maintain and lasts for years. It’s also known for its ability to absorb sound waves from the environment around it—making it perfect for spaces that need extra sound dampening or improved acoustics.
When you’re decorating, it is important to choose a decor style that suits your personality. No matter the trends, your home is an expression of who you are. Overall, the real purpose of home decor is to make your space more enjoyable. It’s important to strike a balance between comfort and design.
Whether you're looking to update your interior design in the new year or just want to gather some inspiration, we hope this list of home decor trends for 2023 helps you get started!