Fall 2023 Interior Design Trends I’m LovingSeptember 22 2023
This fall, I’ve been seeing so many fun trends in the interior design world. While I must admit I’m not the biggest “trend” follower, I think a lot of these are timeless styles that relate to my own personal design style and what I incorporate into a lot of my projects. The most important thing to ask yourself is, “Does this build my happy?” If the answer is yes, then you should go for it!
So let’s jump right into it, read on for my favorite fall 2023 interior design trends.
From pantry organization to closet storage, storage solutions are crucial for a smoothly operating home. It's all about seamlessly blending functionality and style. Floating shelves have emerged as a leading interior design trend, offering a mix of organization and practicality to your walls. Multipurpose furniture (which you know I love!), such as ottomans with hidden storage or beds featuring built-in drawers, are also gaining popularity in 2023 interior design trends. Click here to shop all storage solutions.
It’s time to bring the cozy warmth of fall into your home—what better way to Build Your Happy?! One of the hottest interior design trends is all about incorporating earthy tones. Earthy tones, including rich browns, warm terracottas, and soft greens, create a serene and inviting atmosphere that I honestly love year round. Enhance the fall vibes by incorporating fall-themed decor like pumpkins, dried leaves, and rustic candles.
I think we’ve started to see more soft lines and organic curves as an interior design trend these past few years. From innovative furniture designs to arches in doorways, soft lines offer a unique visual element to your home. The Shop by Jasmine Roth has a few standout pieces with organic curves—our Freeport Swivel Chair is a favorite of mine that I’ve used in numerous projects (including Hazel’s Cozy Cabin!) along with our Freeport Ottoman.
Who remembers Season 3, Episode 1 of HGTV’s Help! I Wrecked My House? I took my client to a vintage shop to find unique pieces for his renovated home. When vintage shopping, you have to really visualize the item in your home, maybe even refurbished, and how you can give it a new life. I love hunting for vintage gems—especially because they’re one of a kind items. It’s definitely a 2023 fall design trend, but again, this is something that I don’t ever see going out of style!
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