We’re already looking into 2023 for how to make our homes an even better expression of ourselves.
While we never subscribe to trends for the sake of trends, 2023’s interior design trends are making us smile (you’ll see why).
This is the year of YOU. Whatever you love—maximalism, minimalism, art deco, mid century—there’s an upcoming trend for you to lean into.
Here are our favorite 2023 design trends and the luxury hardware available at ROUS to make them possible.
What Who What Wear is calling the anti-netural Renaissance. After a decade of soft neutrals ruling the design scene, edgier, brighter, bolder colors are finally make a big-time comeback. Finally—your chance to be fully yourself and be totally on trend. Update your home with bold, colorful pieces in moments.
Art Deco Touches
Revamping your living space through decoration offers a wonderful opportunity to breathe new life into your surroundings. However, it's crucial to approach this with mindfulness and avoid succumbing to the allure of disposable, quick-fix furniture. Although the initial affordability of fast furniture may be enticing, it carries adverse consequences for our environment. Fortunately, there are eco-friendly furniture alternatives crafted from materials that promote sustainability without straining your budget.
Want to know more? Check out this resource for the Architectural Digest on how to shop for sustainable furniture!
Mid Century Influence
70s nostalgia are continuing their influence into 2023. Our favorite way to capture this style is leaning hard into the mid century vibe! Look for nature-inspired ergonomic designs, soft curves, and simple (but never boring) shapes. Everything you crave, and absolutely nothing that you don’t.
Laundry Room and Mudroom Details
At ROUS, we believe that every moment matters—including your moments in your mudroom and doing your laundry. You’re invited to reimagine these mundane moments. Add these touches to your oft-overlooked spaces for a more intentional 2023.
Curves are In
Even for the most high-contrast, dynamic homes, we’re seeing fewer hard, sharp lines and more soft, organic curves. Bring naturally-inspired moments into ever detail with soft, rounded hardware and more.