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Design Trends 2023


Every year in the "design world", and in the fashion world, there are design and style trends. This month I am going to share some home decor trends that are on the rise in 2023!

Color Trend:

Every year, Pantone Color Institute picks a color of the year, and 2023 color, is "Viva Magenta"!

How are Pantone colors are chosen?

"For the Pantone Colour of the Year selection process, colour experts at the Pantone Colour Institute comb the world looking for new colour influences, from the entertainment industry to fashion, travel destinations and socio-economic conditions. Influences can also stem from new technologies, materials, textures, social media platforms and even upcoming sporting events that capture worldwide attention."

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I love these chairs with a pop

of "Viva Magenta"🌺



Add Viva Magenta to your space!

Randi K. "Viva Stipe" & "Viva Flower"

Pillow Covers here

Cabinet Trend: "fluting"

Fluted is in the same realm as paneling, moulding, and trim. It can also be referred to as reeded, ribbed, and grooved. This detailing is perfect way to add extra texture in your home without being over the top.

Fluted kitchen cabinets.

Love the clean modern look.


Or bring a single "fluted" piece of furniture.

Easy DIY Fluted IKEA IVAR cabinet from

Fall for DIY here


Accessory Trend:

Warm neutral/earthy tones and wood pieces are on trend. So Tramp Art has made a comeback as a popular accessory to bring in rich wood tone accents.

What is Tramp Art ?

Originating in the 1800's, and becoming more popular during the depression.

This style of art began as a democratic craft, and pieces were constructed from typical waste materials, carved by a penknife, and layered with 3D pieces attached with glue or nails. The craft of tramp art was easily practiced by farmers and laborers. Tramp art was largely produced by adults, predominantly men, but children also created tramp art.


Create your own art with

Tramp Art Papercrafts

from Amazon here

Esthetic Trend:

“We’re putting health and wellbeing first, making time for escapism and embracing nostalgia ... This translates to design through lush, sophisticated touches with equal parts prettiness and drama," said Sara McLean, color expert and stylist for Dunn-Edwards


Architectural Trend:

Curved archway and windows.


Roaring 20's Trend:

Rounded, sculptural furniture pieces as seen in the Art Deco design period are making a comeback.


Lighting Trend: