furniture trends fall 2023

Whether you’re looking to refresh your living room or are in the market for new bedroom furniture, it’s always good to know what’s in style so that you can keep up with the trends. We’ve rounded up the top furniture trends fall 2023 to help you find just what you need.

Textured Fabrics

A big trend in home decor this year is the use of textured fabrics, from faux fur to leather. We’ll see this look in everything from plush throws and pillows to cozy blankets and eye-catching wall art.

Another texture that will be in style this year is velvet, which is a must-have for every fall decorating scheme. This material is super soft and squishy, making it the perfect touch to your decor.

The “Cozy Cabin” Look is Back

A big furniture trend in 2023 will be the return of the cozy cabin look. It’s all about textures and comfort, and we’ll see this style in everything from faux fur rugs to leather couches and velvet armchairs.

Natural Materials Will Never Go Out of Style

One thing you can count on is that natural materials will remain in vogue throughout the years, so it’s no surprise that we’ll see wood and stone continue to make appearances in 2023. These materials, like marble and travertine, have unique visual textures and seductive tactile qualities.

Embrace Organic Shapes

Another interior design trend that will be in place for the long haul is respecting organic shapes and materials. This is a great way to bring the outside in and get your space closer to nature without having to sacrifice style.

‘Responding to environmental issues, more and more people are looking for green products, including sustainable and recycled materials in their furniture and decor,’ says Tatiana Seikaly of Studio Seikaly. ‘As a result, you’ll see a lot of furniture with natural elements, such as stone and wood, in 2023, which will add a sense of authenticity to your home.

Marquetry Tables

A classic design technique, marquetry is coming back in a more contemporary and bold way this year. It is a great way to add an eclectic feel to your dining room.

According to Jess Weeth, founder and director of Weeth Home, a clean-lined piece with curved silhouettes creates tension and drama. This is why she recommends mixing these styles with other pieces.

Black and Dark Woods

While light woods have been a popular choice for a while, we’ll see a return to darker-toned wood finishes in 2023. This will be especially true in kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, as well as media cabinets and flooring.

We’ll also see lighter wood tones in smaller items, such as coffee tables, consoles and other accent pieces. These materials, paired with neutral colors, will provide the foundation for your favorite decorative accessories and can easily be used to update any room in your home.