New Home Interior Trends for 2022/23 You Will Love!

Just as fashion changes with each season, interior design also faces new trends & themes, often dictated by social events. If you want to amaze with your space while entertaining or simply seek inspiration to uplift your home, it’s worth keeping an eye out for what’s in. Read below our curated list of this season’s brand new trends for Autumn Winter 2022/23, we’re sure you’ll find something to love.

According to Trend Bible

This Autumn Winter season, our Home & Interiors design trends see a post-pandemic reflection fuelling a sense of perspective; we can do difficult things, find joy in trying times and create change in the world. Customers are in an explorative mood, seeking out and indulging new facets of their own personality. No longer constrained to binary ideas about who they are and what their homes should look like, a more experimentative phase takes hold.

This means the interior design is so much more exciting and personal this year, giving you a wider selection of products to truly express yourself! That’s why we include a shopping guide, so you can transform your surrounding into the home of your dreams.

It’s private

This trend is driven by a desire to withdraw, creating a self-sufficient and private home. Complimented by ambient and soothing dark colours, interiors are a safe space for you to relax and disconnect from the busy, overwhelming outside world. Add a touch of natural wood and stone, mixed with solid dark wall features to create a home escape to reconnect with yourself.

Hospitality industry like restaurants looks to bring attention back to the flavours and experience of comfort, rather than Instagrammable decor, so more private, cosy darker tones will be visible on the High street as well.

Sanderson Paint Emulsion or Eggshell Graphite
Inspired Wall Art by Silvia Vasslieva 2
Inspired (Pair) Abstract Wall Art by Silvia Vasslieva 90 x 120
Morris & Co Pure Acanthus Weave DMPN236625 Black Ink Fabric

A perfect background

A trend that originated from… Covid’s work-from-home craziness. One beautifully curated wall as a background of your video calls became a must, and trendsetters across the world decided to keep this aesthetic going. A decorative wall feature, or highly stylized section of the room became a trend that will stay with us for 2023, directing the eye away from the everyday objects scattered around the space.

Achieve this look with bold wallpapers in luxury designer prints and trendy solid paints contrasting the rest of the walls. Go a step further and opt-in for a mural to effortlessly turn your room into a work of art. And the creative flow isn’t limited to the living room, with designer dining rooms, bathrooms & bedrooms offering more canvas for your self-expression.

OHPOPSI Textured Palm Wallpaper Mural Olive & Rust ICN50119M
OHPOPSI Blurred Lines Wallpaper Mural Smoke & Tan ICN50135M
Morris & Co Paint Acrylic Eggshell or Chalky Matt Tump


With more time spent indoors this year, it was time to bring nature inside. With potted plants taking over every window seal and botanical prints on the rise, this trend celebrates foliage and florals prints indoors.

It’s not a secret that nature has calming properties, so why not surround yourself with it in places you spend most of your time too?

Florals have always had a strong position in interior decor, but in 2023 we focus on more authentic and raw botanical prints. It’s time to ditch the ditsy roses and celebrate lush greens with tangled roots and organic vibrancy.

In one early study, Yoshifumi Miyazaki, a forest-therapy expert and researcher at Chiba University in Japan, found that people who spent 40 minutes walking in a cedar forest had lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol, which is involved in blood pressure and immune-system function

Times, The Healing Power of Nature
Sanderson Arboretum Wallpapers Sycamore and Oak Botanical Green DABW217211 2
Sanderson Arboretum Wallpapers Sycamore and Oak Botanical Green
Sanderson Palm House DGLA226567 Botanical Green Fabric
Sanderson Fernery DGLA226577 Botanical Green/Charcoal Fabric

Art Deco Comeback

Now that we’re in the 2020s, it’s no surprise that nostalgia of 1920s is on everyone’s mind. With big flare and extraordinary shapes, art deco is coming back to our homes. Expect Art Deco’s brighter colors & geometric patterns to take over interior design trends of the past.

Art Deco combined modern styles with fine craftsmanship and rich materials. During its heyday, it represented luxury, glamour, exuberance, and faith in social and technological progress.

Wikipedia, Art Deco

But it’s not just about extreme maximalism & loud shapes, art deco can be as subtle as elevated metallic details and subtle symmetry of patterns. No wonder why it’s stylists’ favourite, when it pairs so beautifully with curved shapes and darker tones dominating 2023 home decor trends.

Gatsby Art Deco Chenille Erte GAT/01 Black Patterned Curtain Fabric
Zoffany Brik Fabric Tigers Eye ZTOT332880
Laura Ashley Wallpaper Florin Gold 113375

Colour of the Year 2023

Finishing our round-up with colour of the year!

According to Coloro + WGSN, this year’s colour is Digital Lavender.

Purple will return as a key colour for 2023, representing wellness and digital escapism. Recuperative rituals will become a top priority for consumers who want to protect and improve their mental health, and Digital Lavender will connect to this focus on wellbeing, offering a sense of stability and balance. Research suggests that colours with a shorter wavelength, such as Digital Lavender, evoke calmness and serenity. Already embedded in digital culture, we expect this imaginative colour to converge across virtual and physical worlds. 

WSGN Insider

Stay tuned for our next post where we’ll share with you all colour trends for 2023 Home Decor!