If our homes are a reflection of our lives, then the new year is a time to embrace change and transformation. This winter, we’re pulling inspiration from the past, the future, the natural, and the ethereal to create spaces that feel uniquely our own while embracing new trends and ideas.
Whether you’re refreshing your space with a few statement pieces or exploring a full redesign, we hope this season’s Trend Report inspires you to add color and style to your space in ways that feel personal to you, empowering you to become your own classic.
Color of the Season: Vining Ivy
This 2023 update on teal is as bold as it is versatile. Sitting perfectly between a blue and a green, Vining Ivy toes the line between a jewel tone and a deep sea hue, making it an on-trend addition to contemporary designs or a refined pop of color for those with more traditional taste.
Just Add Winter
Engage your senses with a few winter essentials that add seasonality to your home
Create a sense of space with yellow- or orange-hued lighting that mimics the glow of a fireplace and the warm, cozy atmosphere of winter.
The right scented candle can double as an accessory while giving you a deliciously aesthetic aroma. Choose something woodsy or spicy for a chalet in the Alps ambiance.
A simple throw or blanket is the easiest way to add depth and warmth to your space. Choose a high-quality material like cashmere or a waffle-knit texture for a more luxurious look and feel.
Call It A Comeback
Throwback design trends we’re taking with us into 2023
“The brighter colors, geometric patterns, and symmetry of the Art Deco era will make a comeback this year as people shy away from minimalism and have a renewed interest in a more decorative style.”
Dina Muzzy, Resource Materials Manager
“People are bringing back a lived-in look. Cozy layers, books, collections, and personal items are being brought back to homes. People are also repurposing old furniture by painting and adding new hardware to give it a nice refresh.”
Kelly Sullivan, Junior Designer
“You will see more curvature coming back to doors and openings, akin to the Roman architecture that originated in medieval Europe. This option is a great fit for French Country, Mission, Tuscan, Tudor, and Victorian-style homes.”
Sarah Ordonez Senior Project Manager
To learn more about emerging design trends or tips on how to use our color of the season, download the full Trend Report.