8 Interior Design Trends That Are Dying in 2023 | Design Trends to Skip in 2023

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20 thoughts on “8 Interior Design Trends That Are Dying in 2023 | Design Trends to Skip in 2023

    1. I love chopping my pillows but my design style is classic contemporary which is more structured anyhow. It’s the opposite of the relaxed look. It’s stuffy I must admit lol. So I don’t think it’s “out” it’s for a more relaxed design style like the Scandinavian etc. with that being said I don’t agree with decorating towards trends unless you can afford to redecorate often because that’s pricey.

    2. I’m not a fan of the pillow chop for my own home. My home is very eclectic and chopped pillows would give it that “I tried” look instead of making it look effortless. I do agree on time and place for that style, but I feel that if you want to make your home look like it all just came together, then chopping pillows is too much.

  1. Comparing the price of pillow covers to the price of medication is very confusing for your german audience 🙃

  2. I love 8:02
    Totally agree
    Used to be that way here
    Been tired since covid hit three years ago lol so we’ve been watching too much
    Thank you kiva
    Hoping my family will jump on board !!
    – Heidi Ann

  3. What if we live in a place out of necessity, but it’s not where we want to be? Maybe bringing the countryside into L. A. is a way of escape.

  4. Thank you for your comments about the tv being the center of the room. I especially hate to see a TV over a fireplace.

  5. Yeah, I wanted to paint our primary bedroom black or charcoal, ceiling and all. I know it would look smashing, but I also know I’d get sick of it. There’s a real chance we’ll be moving in a year and a half, so no. No to the dark paint.

  6. Agree 100% on nixing the contrived pillow look, and letting the architecture and setting of the home speak through the decor. As for the TV, would never have one in a social space like the living room. Great video!

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