The Style Recap: 2019 to Present

In 2019 we saw a huge burst of botanical influences, from large, leafy wallpapers, to floral prints and naturalistic wicker lamps. Tonally, Europe’s designers leaned into a warmer, earthier palette, and compositions were dominated by big, clean, modern lines and profiles. 
Those trends were clearly felt in stateside design. But trends have shifted and evolved. We surveyed some of our favorite publications and blogs and found common themes in the design community for 2022 and into 2023. 

Outdoor design will reign supreme. 

Yes, we’re biased. But no, we didn’t make this up. We’re just happy that everyone else has fallen so much in love with outdoor design.

Photo taken from 1st Dibs article

Biophilic motifs.

Closely linked to outdoor design is the love of nature and a desire for organic influences, natural lighting, and indoor plants.

Sustainable materials and design.

Clay pottery fits right in with this growing interest in natural materials like salvaged woods, recycled artifacts, and eco-friendly surfaces such as bamboo and terracotta. 

Photo taken from 1st Dibs article

Cooler/brighter colors.

Rich emeralds, vivid whites, rustic sages, and big cobalt blues are expected to cool off the recent dominance of earth-tones. Warmer colors will be brighter: burn oranges, intense reds, rich terracottas, blushy mid-tones. 

Photo taken from 1st Dibs article