Furniture Trends You Will See Everywhere in 2023

furniture trends 2023 to decorate like a pro
I know it's easy to feel like everything is getting recycled and that nothing new is being created. That's why I'm so excited about the furniture trends for 2023! Just look at some of the things that are coming back around:

Bold, Bright Colors

If you're looking to stand out in a crowded marketplace, bold colors are a great way to do it. Popular choices include yellow, orange and red—the last of which makes for an excellent kitchen or bathroom color scheme. Yellow is also a great choice for children's rooms: it creates a fun space that's both playful and bright.

Art-Inspired Furniture

Art-inspired furniture is a new trend, inspired by the work of famous artists. This furniture can add some character to your home, but it's not just about art. It also serves as a way to honor the artists who pioneered this craft and influenced generations of painters before them.

Mirrored Furniture

Mirrored furniture is back in style. Not only is it a good way to add glamour to your living room, but it's also a practical choice for those who want to make their home look bigger. Mirrored furniture reflects light, making any dark room seem instantly brighter. If you have an extra-small space, mirrored furniture can help make the room look bigger by reflecting light and making it seem as though there's more space than there actually is!
a mirror beside an entryway bench

Vinyl is Back

There's a vinyl renaissance happening, and it's well deserved. Vinyl is hardy, easy to clean, and available in an endless array of colors and finishes. In its heyday from 1960s to 1980s, vinyl was used for everything from baby cribs to couches to countertops. But once newer materials like leather and microfiber came along, vinyl went out of style.

But those days are over now that we've figured out how to make the material waterproof—which means no more worrying about spills or stains! Plus, because it's so durable and easy to maintain (just wipe down with some soap), vinyl is one of the most eco-friendly choices on the market today.

Styles from the 70s and 80s are IN again

The 70s and 80s are making a comeback. It's no surprise that the styles from these decades are on the rise, but what is surprising (and maybe a little bit weird) is that this trend isn't limited to just clothing. Furniture from that era, too, seems to be in style again—and not just in the home of your grandparents or great-grandparents! In fact, some furniture makers have been re-releasing exact replicas of classic pieces from this era. Others have taken inspiration from their favorite designs and created new items with an old-school look.

Whether you're looking for a vintage piece or something more modern and sleek, you'll find plenty out there in both categories that will fit right into your home (or apartment).

The 70s and 80s are Making a Comeback

If you're looking for furniture that will stand the test of time, then the 70s and 80s are making a comeback. These decades were a time of protest and excess, respectively—and they each have their own unique style that's still popular today. The 70s were known as the "Me Decade" because people were going through some major identity crises during this era.

As such, most homes in this era featured bold colors like purple or orange to symbolize an anti-establishment movement. In contrast, the 80s saw an increase in consumerism as well as flashy neon colors that screamed "I'm rich!"

We hope you've enjoyed reading about these exciting trends in furniture and design. We know that it can be hard to keep up with all the latest developments, but remember that you don't have to be an expert in order to appreciate their beauty (and there is plenty of beauty to go around). So if you want your home or office space to reflect some of the latest trends, just follow our advice for finding good pieces that fit your style!

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