The current 1stDibs trend study found that white and light grey were the least popular 2023 hues.
1. ALL WHITES AND GRAYS
Zebra rugs preceded cowhide, he says. In 2022, animal pattern rugs look tacky rather than fascinating.
2. ANIMAL PRINTS
Pinterest's creator management lead, Jeremy Jankowski, found 850% more eclectic and antique interior design searches.
3. MASS-PRODUCED ANYTHING
Rose-gold fixtures are allowed. 1stDibs' Barzilay Freund says spring, not bling. Pulled? Leave. Forecasts can vary.
4. ROSE AND GOLD HARDWARE
Died Boho. Macramé wall hangings and plants, plants, plants are considered eclectic decor's zenith. Unmissed? Sorry.
5. BOHO B
If you recently installed a sliding door, the rustic and even industrial look is a great (and functional) focal piece for any area.
6. SLIDING BARN DOORS
Ray Mara Brock Akil's rosé room chaise by Paolo Ferrari. 1970s La-Z-Boy quadratic sofas replace 1990s ones.
7. BOXY FURNISHINGS
Pastels last. Until 2020's epidemic. For exciting features, we're using emerald or bird-of-paradise greens.
This is ludicrous. Aesthetes prefer style over function. Water damage made this trend a laughingstock.
9. CARPETED BATHROOMS
Popular midcentury modern. Bauhaus' precision, crisp lines, and serene beauty will always inspire design.
10. MIDCENTURY MODERN