Interior Design Pattern Trends of 2023 You Need Now
Patterns are hot, hot, hot in 2023. Whether they are on the walls, floors, textiles, or furniture, patterns are the favored design aesthetic of the year. Here’s what's in and how to use patterns to greatest effect in your spaces.
Geometric patterns, such as chevron, herringbone, hexagon, and quatrefoil, have become increasingly popular. They add visual interest and a modern touch to various elements like wallpaper, rugs, tiles, and textiles.Stripes, organic shapes, and geometrics in bold but muted colors like sage, terracotta, or mustard have a vintage charm that's popular this year.For your registers, we suggest something simple yet bold like Basketweave, Chevron, or Linear.For your registers, we suggest something simple yet bold like Basketweave, Chevron, or Linear.
Geometrics tend to weigh heavier in a design. Use them as an accent or in more subtle applications so your space doesn't get overwhelmed.
Go wild with prints that feature zebra stripes or leopard spots but also consider featuring the actual animal. Romping zebras, a variety of dog breeds in a single color, and birds are all on trend.
Too much or too many patterns can become overwhelming. Choose a neutral to ground a space with bold patterns. A simple wood or stone floor is an excellent foundation for the addition of patterns without it feeling overdone.
Grandmillennial or granny chic design trends gained power and popularity in 2022 and will continue to grow this year. With them came chintz in all its glory. The light backgrounds and high-contrast, large-scale floral designs are right on trend.
Inspired by the rich and intricate designs of Moroccan and Middle Eastern cultures, these patterns feature geometric motifs, arabesque shapes, and vibrant colors. They are often found on tiles, textiles, cushions, and lanterns, adding an exotic and bohemian flair.
Though our Scroll pattern is a favorite for Victorian designs, it is well suited to Moroccan styles too. The ornate pattern with geometric hints makes it a great choice.
Middle Eastern patterns command a design. Use bold colors alongside them to complete the look.
Easily identifiable shapes arranged in all sorts of ways is on trend in 2023 as well. They don’t have to be straight-lined, hard cornered shapes either. More curved shapes and combinations of shapes will work too. Luckily, there are lots of options for your registers with geometrics. Try the elongated hexagons of Duncan or starry squares of Asher. Mosaic offers a mashup of circles and trapezoids for a more maximalist approach.
One thing you’ll see emerging in 2023 is Maximalism. In revolt of many years of minimalism, you’ll see the adoption of more textures, more patterns, more colors, and more décor all in one space.
Florals & Nature Inspired
Close cousin to chintz, floral and natural patterns feature greenery and larger flowers (think Hawaiian shirt) perfect for making a statement. Floral type patterns aren’t just about flowers, natural patterns can also embrace organic shapes that hint at the natural world without being overtly floral. Try Versailles registers to achieve the look.
Damask patterns are commonly found on upholstery fabrics, curtains, and wallpaper. They are elegant and often associated with traditional or formal interiors. Damask features elaborate, symmetrical designs with a mix of floral and geometric motifs.
Consider Sunray registers to accompany your Damask patterned interior. Its geometric floral-esque look is a lovely addition.
We know that pastels are more a color than a pattern, but as pastels start to come back full force, be sure to let them play a big part in the patterns you choose. Pink, lavender, spring green, and warm terracotta will all be big players in the patterns of 2023.
As with 2022, 2023 will continue to embrace unique personalization in interior design. In a way, this removes the rules and lets you bring whatever makes you happy into the design.
Chevron patterns have gained popularity in recent years. They consist of a repeated V-shape, creating a zigzag effect. Chevron can be used on walls, flooring, textiles, and accessories to bring a contemporary and energetic vibe to a space.
Try either our Herringbone or Chevron metal grilles to achieve a chevron complement to your interior design.Check out more register patterns to complement your on-trend interior design.
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