Feb.06,2023
6 Furniture Trends That Will Make You Want to Redecorate in 2023, According to Interior Designers

From small accent chairs nestled into cozy bedroom nooks to oversized sofas that make a grand statement, new furniture can instantly re-energize your home—or help you keep your interior fresh on a budget. Whether you are toying with the idea of a new piece or are all-in on redecorating in 2023, take note of the best furniture trends of the year before you start shopping.

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When asked about the future of furniture in 2023, every interior design expert we spoke to agreed that curved pieces are dominating. This is a nod to both the re-emergence of '60s and '70s influence and an uptick in the organic shapes making their way into our homes.


Curved Sofas, Chairs, and Tables  

The simplest way to incorporate this trend into your space is with a coffee or accent table. If you are feeling more adventurous, swap your coffee table for a beautiful bench with curved lines. Another option is a curved accent chair—or, if your space allows, consider a large-scale sofa that anchors a gathering space. 

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Brown Tones 

Along with mid-century-inspired curved furniture, the brown tones of this period are also poised to make a major comeback in 2023. This natural color—particularly its darker varieties—creates a sense of earthy stability.Classic Chesterfield or modern modular sofas in rich mocha are particularly hot right now. 

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Flashy Details 

We've collectively spent the last few years focused on neutral color palettes and minimalist décor—but maximalism is finally getting the recognition it deserves. "I'm seeing people have more fun with mixing styles and colors or adding a splash of something very unexpected and eclectic to a room. 

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