2023 has arrived, and with it comes a fresh crop of decor trends to infuse your projects with new energy. From evil-eye-themed mosaics to polychromatic wallcoverings, Business of Home presents eight finds that we predict will be all the rage in the new year.
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AMULET MOSAIC — NEW RAVENNA
Though the symbol dates back to as early as 5000 B.C., evil-eye motifs—which are traditionally believed to ward off negative energy—are resurfacing to make major waves in 2023, as seen in this hand-cut stone mosaic
by New Ravenna.
Courtesy of Élitis
MOIRE BLEU COMME UNE ROSE WALLCOVERING — ÉLITIS
While some may argue that less is more when it comes to color, a thoughtfully placed polychromatic print, such as this wallcovering
by Élitis, can double as a focal point while harmonizing other hues in the room.
Courtesy of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
GEORGIA COFFEE TABLE — MITCHELL GOLD + BOB WILLIAMS
When you need something with more pizzazz than decor accents, an eye-catching coffee table, like the Georgia
by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, makes a statement without sacrificing an inch of functionality.
Courtesy of Porter Teleo
GÉOMÉTRIE WALLCOVERING IN NOIR — PORTER TELEO
In the market for a black-and-white item with a little more oomph? Grayscale designs (that showcase a range of gradient shades from white to black like Porter Teleo’s Géométrie wallcovering
) offer a fresh spin on the classic color combo while supplying plenty of graphic flair.
Courtesy of Marcus William
ANGELICA FABRIC — MARCUS WILLIAM
Move over leopard prints. Fanciful feather motifs—including Marcus William’s Angelica fabric
—are popping up all over the marketplace, providing designers with a dash of animal-inspired drama that won’t overpower a pared-down palette.
Courtesy of Lulu and Georgia
WILCOX RUG BY JAKE ARNOLD — LULU AND GEORGIA
Whether it’s a fabric clad in a bold two-toned pattern or a floorcovering composed of two different styles of rugs, designs adorned in high-contrast motifs, like the Wilcox rug
by Jake Arnold for Lulu and Georgia, are sure to make a splash this year.
Courtesy of Élitis
MONTE ROSA FABRIC — ÉLITIS
No wall art? No problem. Window treatments or throw pillows upholstered in a painterly fabric pattern, such as the abstract landscape print in Monte Rosa
by Élitis, can forge a similar effect (sans the heavy lifting).
Courtesy of Black Crow Studios
BLOSSOM WALLCOVERING — BLACK CROW STUDIOS
Equal parts trippy and nostalgic, kaleidoscopic prints, like the Blossom wallcovering
by Black Crow Studios, bring a dash of whimsy and geometric interest to an accent wall or powder room.
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