With every season comes new trends in interior design and spring always brings some of my favorite trends. In many cultures spring means “rebirth”, which is ironic considering some of the trends this spring are coming back.
Large Scale Greenery and Florals
Greenery and florals are always a staple during spring but now the bigger the better. Larger than life stems upgrade a space making it look and feel more high-end. I love this look especially if you have high ceilings, they fill in a lot of space. One of my favorite places to get faux stems is AFloral and I’ve linked some of my favorite here. Plant nurseries, florists, or flower shops are another option and if you’re lucky to have a yard that blossoms in the spring, cut down some branches with greenery for the most budget friendly option.
Displaying glassware in a China cabinet was all the rage in the 90s and 2000’s. I remember my mom had a china cabinet full of beautiful glassware, plates and tea sets that were never meant to be used, only admired. Although having a china cabinet isn’t trending anymore, a lot of kitchens now have built in hutches which are perfect for displaying glassware. Glassware in hutches nowadays are being used and not just collecting dust like they were in the 90s. Here are some of my favorite drinkware from Anthropologie
I have always been a fan of statement lighting so I am excited about this trend. Statement lighting will never go out of style and is here to stay. Statement lighting adds interest to a space. My favorite place to incorporate this trend would be an entryway/foyer
Vintage and Antique Decor
Going in search for vintage and antique decor is becoming a trend in and of itself. The fact that this practice is sustainable is how it gained its popularity in addition to having one of a kind decor. I particularly love this trend because vintage AB’s antique pieces add character to a space. I love the idea of having pieces that you can’t find at chain home decor and furniture stores.
Butler pantries have been around since the Victorian Era. This trend has come and gone over the years with it gaining the most popularity in the 19th century. In 2023 butler’s pantries are coming back because of their effectiveness. They allow you to keep your main kitchen clean and organized since the pantry has counter save allowing you to prep food. It also comes with much needed space to store shelf stable food and keep your main kitchen looking less crowded. Opting in for a butler’s pantry to your kitchen adds a high-end element to you home.
Natural Material Furniture and Decor
Rattan, cane, jute, wicker, concrete, marble, leather, ceramics, and woven pieces are some natural materials that you’ll see in interiors. Including items of natural material in your home adds texture and character to any space. I personally love rattan and cane furniture because they are versatile across many styles.
Two Tone Cabinets
Another trend that is my personal favorite. Even if this trend does go out of style it will still have a place in my heart. I love the contrast and interest two tone cabinets add to a kitchen. Because spring is a season that brings high contrast, this trend is very popular this spring.
I hope you enjoy these trends as much as I do!
Until next time