Home Decor Design Decorating Forecast 2023

Happy New Year, decoristas!  With a new year comes traditional resolutions, retail offerings, and the highly anticipated new home decor design decorating forecast 2023.

Admittedly, this year’s list speaks to my love of antiques, statement pieces, and accents swimming in gold.


Let’s take a closer look at Home Decor Design Decorating Forecast 2023, shall we?Home Decor Design Decorating Forecast 2023

Statement Table Lamps

antique marquetry chest

Flower Magazine – Photo by Gordon Gregory

Lighting is relevant to the feel you want the space to convey.


1stDibs Introspective – Photography by Ori Harpaz

Statement table lamp(s) perform focal point magic in both function and form.

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Over the Moon

Turn to Stone

Turn to stone is not only a killer song by ELO, but a fantastic design and decor choice of product.


Jason Arnold

If a build, redesign or remodel is not on your list of things to do 2023 consider bringing in a trend or two with home decor accents and accessories.

Toronto Marble Dish Beige - Threshold™ designed with Studio McGee

Toronto Marble Dish Beige – Threshold Designed with Studio McGee

Arabascato marble

Domino – Photography by Seth Caplan

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Country Living Magazine – Photography by Brie Williams


Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles – Photography by Jeff Herr


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Cottages & Bungalows Magazine

Timeless by design, romance knows no trend.

It simply, perfectly, and effortlessly exists on the canvas and in the portfolio.


Cathy Kincaid Interiors

Grandmillennial and cottagecore made a hit with the under thirty crowd, bringing converts to embrace the romantic design style.

As for the ageless in style, we RSVP’d yes to the pretty party in the company of pastels, soft fabrics, classic feminine patterns, fresh florals, and accents of yesteryear.

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 Alexandra Kaehler Design

Going for the Gold

gold-frame-over-fireplace-Michael Sinclair

House & Garden – Photography by Michael Sinclair

Classify going for the gold as a forever trend I feel most confident in predicting its here to stay status.


1stDibs Introspective- Photography by Tory Burch


Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles – Photography by Jeff Herr

And the going for gold medal in the welcome style home category goes to Janie Molster Designs.


Janie Molster Designs


18th-and 19th-century blue and white Chinese export china

Milieu Magazine – Photography by Eric Piasecki

Collections of collectibles are an extension of memories in tangible form. When something makes an impression on a collector a collection is born.


Southern Living Magazine – Photography by Laurey W. Glenn

Mixing Past with Present

foyer chandelier table

Better Homes & Gardens – Photography by Nathan Schroder

Mixing antique and vintage pieces with those of a present day or decade provenance results in a space enveloped in personality.


Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles – Photography by Emily Followill

gray-2-drawer-Bachelors Chest

Bachelors Chest

Glamour Deco


Soucie Horner, Ltd.


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La Mirande

Classic patterns coupled with durable function make wallpaper a quality  choice of product that remains a timeless design and home decor choice.


Flower Magazine

Gucci white heron wallpaper

Architectural Digest


Better Homes & Gardens – Photography by Jay Wilde

Schumacher Romantic Bosphorus

Schumacher Romantic Bosphorus 

All-White Kitchens (or almost)


West of Main Design

Ebb and flow.

Come and go.

So goes the love affair with the all-white kitchen.


Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes

Opinion, educated guesses, taste and trends drive the bulk of the what’s in, what’s out in design and decor predictions.  Of the ten or so articles and reports consulted, kitchen color choices fall between all-white and whatever color floats your boat.


Dylan Farrell Design

What I derived from it all is what I’ve known to be true time and project again, not to mention Bunny Williams is on board.

“If you love something, it will work. That’s the only real rule.”

— Bunny Williams

To eliminate the risk of an all-white kitchen registering flat to the eye add in spot accents and accessories in rich colors.

Congratulations, you’ve now met and mastered the art of the best of both worlds trend unification.


Rice and DeTienne Designs LLC

Rich Colors


1stDibs Introspective – Photography by Haris Kenjar

Rich colors warm a space promoting depth and ambiance rooted in coziness.


Domino – Louise Roe Home

Yes, decoristas, neutral paint colors and home decor accessories meet the requirements of the warm colors palette.


Jason Arnold Interiors – Photography by Haris Kenjar

“I am going to make everything around
me beautiful- that will be my life.”

— Elsie de Wolfe

Here’s to a beautiful new year!


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