Decoration is something living, changing, which adapts to our life. Your decoration also evolves and adapts to fashions and seasons. Gone are the days when you bought furniture for the living room and knew it would accompany you throughout your life. Here is a selection of 2023 decorative must-haves to find THE perfect trendy piece of furniture for your interior.
Feeling good at home, a priority in 2023
A beautiful interior to feel good
More than ever, feeling good at home is a priority. With confinement or even with the curfew, our lifestyles have changed in recent months. Travel restrictions or closed restaurants push us to be more sedentary and to rediscover (and love) our house or apartment.
Many tutorials on Tiktok show us how to make DIY to decorate your interior cleverly. We let ourselves dream in front of photos of magnificent interiors in magazines or on Instagram. And the next day when you wake up, you are often taken by a desire to change everything at home. Even our Netflix evenings influence our decorative desires… we let ourselves be tempted by vintage wallpapers inspired by the series the game of queens or by a Victorian armchair straight out of the Bridgerton series.
Every year, there are new decorative trends that make us want to transform everything. What if this year you take the opportunity to finish small jobs or install your reading corner? Quite simply to take full advantage of your home and feel good there with a decor in tune with the times.
Change everything or focus on a few elements?
You don’t have to change everything to transform your interior! You will be pleasantly surprised to see that you can obtain a very different interior by doing home staging or by mixing new furniture and antique furniture.
Our tip: adapt your decorative items according to the season. For example, make a frame wall with posters and photos in different colors/themes for each season. You will have the impression of changing the decoration each time (and so you recycle the images for the next year, without getting tired of having seen them for a whole year).
Why do we want to change everything in our decor this year? Quite simply because it’s a project that we can achieve and it allows us to set a goal. And we all need it this year! Especially since we spend most of our time at home. Indeed, the house has become his place of work but also sometimes of vacation… so you might as well have an apartment at the top. So minimalist or boho interior? Fall for the greige color or succumb to the madness of cane furniture? Homary reveals the interior design trends for 2023 and which trendy piece of furniture to choose for your house or apartment!
The must-haves of 2023: trendy furniture
Blue for trendy furniture
Classic blue or navy blue seats are the new benchmark for a fashionable interior. The trendy piece of furniture par excellence this new season is the navy blue velvet sofa with straight lines. Sleek and sophisticated, it’s a must-have piece of furniture that fits most interiors. For the dining room or the kitchen, we also opt for blue chairs, which brings calm and harmony. Finally, you can also apply the classic blue to your walls. Remember to favor bright rooms to apply this shade. You can decline other shades of blue on accessories such as cushions or vases.
The oval table, trendy furniture in the dining room
Rectangular for large dining rooms, square for square rooms or even round for small spaces, but what about oval tables? We had forgotten their existence in recent seasons… But they are at the forefront of the decoration scene in 2023. Their shape, classic and elegant, is associated with the most sober materials and colors (black or very dark wood, metal …) for a harmonious, chic and trendy dining room.
Curved furniture, trendy furniture par excellence
In addition to oval tables, armchair-type chairs with curved backs and sofas with rounded curves are among the must-haves in the living room. Not to mention the round poufs and round side tables.
The braided fibers of cane furniture are also a must-have for 2023. Cane brings lightness and a chic natural side to any piece of furniture. Lamp, sideboard or chair, you have a wide choice for your interior. We adopt the caning trend by touch and not in total look, to really highlight this piece.
The ultra-trendy golden furniture
Whether it is entirely on a piece of furniture or in small touches on the legs or on the handles… the color gold cannot be absent from the trends of 2023. It brings sophistication and chic to any interior, and goes divinely well with the velvet.
The must-haves of 2023: zoom on decorative accessories
The decoration in natural and sustainable materials continues to make a place of choice in our interiors. Natural wood, clay or even natural fibers such as rattan fit perfectly into our modern interiors. Opting for accessories is a simple and inexpensive way to introduce them into your decor. Here are some ideas.
The handmade aspect of these decorative objects gives them character, so much so that they often do not need table linen to have their effect. They are exhibited like works of art that alone decorate a bare table. At Homary you will find different models of wabi-sabi tableware that will bring your table up to date.
The face, figure of 2023
Face prints with thin black lines are all the rage, so much so that they are a must-have for 2023. There are even wallpapers with these faces inspired by Picasso paintings. Give your home a casual, arty look with face-patterned accessories.
This time, your walls are adorned with relief wallpaper. Textured tapestries imitating woven fibers with the rough and irregular effect of a concrete surface, or even the cut-out of a white brick wall.
The must have of 2023: more sustainable fashion decoration
In addition to natural materials, which are still the major trend in furniture and accessories, we are seeing the appearance in interior decoration of another type of material with a more innovative look: bioplastics. In a recycling process, this material has a low impact on the environment, it is transformed into a covering or even into furniture.