2023 Decor Trends: What’s In and What’s On Its Way Out

2023 Decor Trends: What’s In and What’s On Its Way Out

From sustainable design choices and functional fabrics to modern silhouettes and statement lamps, we’ve got you covered with the latest décor trends. We’re also letting you know what to let go of as we discuss trends that are losing popularity, like over-accessorized beds and major minimalism. Needless to say, we think this blog post will get you inspired for your next interior revamp.

Here’s what’s trending in the world of décor and will continue to do so all the way into 2024:

1. Sustainable design choices

The latest decor trend emphasises eco-conscious living. Go for sustainably sourced materials that are all at once long-lasting and renewable. Choosing solid pine, bamboo and reclaimed wood shows a commitment to the environment.

2. Modern silhouettes

When it comes to furniture trends, go for solid wood pieces that form a straight and modern silhouette because simple, clean lines are big right now. The idea is to create a sense of simplicity and sophistication. Our Euro line at is a great example of this new contemporary style.

3. Statement lamps

In 2023, lamps aren’t simply something you read by. They should also create a statement as functional works of art. Whether you invest in audaciously oversized pendant lights, sculptural floor lamps, or boldly patterned table lamps, they should be visually captivating.

3. Bold blues and greens

Vibrant blues and greens, and all the tones in between are the latest colour trend in interior design. These energizing hues inject life into spaces. Don’t be scared to incorporate peacock blues and emerald greens through accent walls, furniture, or accessories, adding a little drama and nature’s beauty.

4. Indoor pot plants

Bringing nature indoors is a big décor theme in 2023. Go for large leafy plants, striking succulents, and hanging planters and place them into thoughtful arrangements in corners and on countertops. Indoor pot plants seamlessly blend nature and design, creating a harmonious and tranquil atmosphere in the home.

Here are some décor trends which are on the way out:

1. Over-accessorised beds

The days of piling excessive decorative pillows, throws, and scatter cushions onto beds are officially a thing of the past. Instead, we are moving on to a more simplistic aesthetic which plays into comfort and functionality when it comes to bed styling. The focus is now on selecting bedding that mixes textures with neutrals.

2. Fast furniture

The era of fast furniture is on the decline as consumers are shifting towards a more sustainable and conscious approach to their interior décor. The trend of purchasing inexpensive and disposable furniture pieces is being replaced by a preference for quality, durability, and timeless design. Now it’s all about furniture made from sustainable materials, supporting ethical production practices, and investing in pieces that will stand the test of time.

3. Rustic farm-style décor

The once-popular trend of rustic farm-style décor is slowly losing its dominance in the world of interior design. The trend is shifting towards embracing a mix of different aesthetics, incorporating elements from various design styles to create personalised and unique spaces. This evolution allows for more creativity and individual expression, moving away from the singular theme.

4. Major minimalism

Minimalism, characterised by stark and overly sparse interiors, is undergoing a transformation. While it still holds its appeal, now the emphasis is on creating minimalist spaces that are warm, comfortable, and reflective of your personality. This shift includes incorporating warmer textures, richer colours, and a careful curation of meaningful objects that add character to the space.

5. Smooth surfaces everywhere

The dominance of smooth surfaces on countertops and walls is gradually giving way to a more textured and tactile approach in interior design. While sleek and polished finishes still have their place, there is a growing preference for incorporating natural materials and rougher surfaces into the design scheme to add depth, visual interest, and a touch of organic beauty to spaces.

At Lotters Pine, our wide range of solid wood furniture made from sustainable pine wood extends from the classic to the contemporary. Our Euro range offers some stunning pieces which fit perfectly into this year’s trends. Click here to find out about our exciting Euro furniture promotion.