As the winter season nears the end of its dreary reign, we are eager to welcome in the first day of spring later this month. And, instead of spring cleaning, we think a spring design refresh sounds like much more fun. Here are the top 2023 interior design trends of the season to incorporate into your home and where to find them in the Dallas Design District.
From Schumacher to Gracie to Fabricut, showrooms across the DDD are embracing the statement wallpaper trend. This season, walls are showcasing whimsical, nature-inspired themes such as flowers, leaves, and animals. For inspiration, head over to the new Thibaut Dallas showroom which displays mauvy pink florals and earthy green vines.
Photo: Gracie Instagram
Walls aren’t the only ones getting a much-needed makeover this spring. Statement light fixtures, from organic blown-glass bulbs to structured, neoclassical chandeliers, are an artful way to update your favorite rooms. Beautifully-crafted options can be found in the DDD from DEDON, Ebanista, and Holly Hunt.
Photo: Holly Hunt Instagram
To ground those bold wallpapers and statement light fixtures, look for warm neutral tones like creams, browns, and soft pinks when choosing furniture, fabrics, and accessories. These fresh, cozy colors provide a sense of comfort and serenity. Consider options from DDD showrooms Codarus, Ferrell Mittman, and Kravet.
Photo: Ebanista Instagram
Continuing the theme of bringing the outdoors in, textured elements found in nature add an earthy and luxurious feel to any room. Opt for linen, wood, glass, bamboo, and rattan when shopping for surfaces, furniture, and accessories from DDD showrooms like Sutherland and Exquisite Surfaces.
Photo: Exquisite Surfaces Instagram
Echoing current 1970s fashion trends, retro and vintage elements are trending in furniture, as well. Whether you find new pieces that are designed to look old or old, or old pieces that are refurbished to look new, nods to past eras exude character and nostalgia. You can find unique vintage pieces in the DDD at Scout Design Studio and Again & Again.
Photo: Architectural Digest Instagram
No matter how you choose to refresh your living and work spaces this season, the Dallas Design District has what you’re looking for, and so much more. Happy Spring!