The decoration trends for fall-winter 2022-2023

The decoration trends for fall-winter 2022-2023

Whether they offer collections of timeless pieces, furniture from craftsmanship and respectful of the planet, or even inspirations from Latin America, the fall-winter 2022-2023 decor trends are reinventing themselves without major surprises. What if it was done on purpose? With winter still far away suggesting power outages, commodities at risk, and Overshoot Day falling this year on July 28, it’s only natural to ask: what’s the point of buying again? What if this article instead allowed you to realize that you already have at home – or at your (grand)parents’ – half of what is advertised? This review of trends is intended as an inspiring spotting. If the injunction to perpetual development will not come from us, we think that it will perhaps awaken in you a desire to breathe new life into your interior. If only by changing the furniture, just to live the next few months from a new angle. If fashion goes out of fashion, decoration is decoded. We push the door with only one desire: to find happiness at home.

This article will be regularly updated.

Bohemian and exo-chic patio at Maisons du Monde

At the beginning of August 2022, the decoration site announces the color: their new autumn-winter collections will give way to optimism! Nature inspiration and vibrant colors will bring calm, energy, warmth and comfort. A great program to start a new season where uncertainty could be in order. In detail, Maisons du Monde offers several fashion collections positive attitude. The first boosts the house in vitality and is inspired by the vibrant colors (orange, green, purple) of the capital of Uruguay, Montevideo. “We can imagine this trend both inside and outside,” says Géraldine Florin, artistic director of the brand.


The other lines highlight a natural decoration labeled chic exoticism (or exo-chic) in homage to the cultures of the world (beige, brown, anthracite), another presents bohemian patios dedicated to “travel lovers” (green, ocher, aubergine), and a last reveals a more whimsical atmosphere, like a cabinet of curiosities (emerald , purple, old pink).

Note that 30% – even if we would like more – of the new autumn-winter collection integrates the Good is Beautiful sustainable development program. This label makes it possible to identify eco-responsible products which have a reduced environmental impact (recycled or traced materials), are developed in Europe or even preserve know-how from here and elsewhere.





Convex mirror and wavy mirror at Etsy

Every year, Etsy, the famous platform for personal creations and DIY, organizes an international competition. On the occasion of the 2022 edition, the Public Prize rewarded the work of Jonathan Hitchcock. With his SurreyWoodsmiths brand, the British artist imagines wooden mirrors that fit with the ever-increasing craze for these pieces. Those of Jonathan give it a whole new dimension with its convex shapes.


The winner of the Interior Decoration and Lighting Prize of the Etsy Design Awards goes to another Brit, Pedro Mealha, and his extra large mirror with undulating shapes. Handmade, this pink piece – a quasi-sculpture – evokes a giant puzzle piece and exudes a psychedelic seventies energy. We already bet that these two styles revealed this summer 2022 will be emulated!


Timeless and charismatic pieces at Zara Home

“My work is very human-centered. I think it’s a very sincere use of materials, forms and functionality.” Here are a few words from the Belgian designer Vincent Van Duysen, who signs a first collection with Zara Home, available since this summer of 2022. Soberly named Zara Home+ Collection 01 by Vincent Van Duysen, this line will be renewed twice a year. Dedicated to the living room, these first pieces combine aesthetics, character and comfort. Chairs, sofas and daybeds are designed in clean lines and dressed in discreet tones to “admire the beauty that surrounds us”. More than a slogan, a philosophy of life.


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Maximum comfort at Pfister

When Pfister promises us rainy weekends and cold morning air, it’s hard to visualize the atmosphere while writing these lines under the August heat wave, but the idea has something to seduce us. Especially since their decoration program includes something to cocoon during our fall evenings. On the menu, we discover, among other things, a return to velvet (corner sofas, armchairs), bouclé materials (stools, cushions, headboards), and furniture inspired by the golden age of 1920s.

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Teleworking spirit at AM.PM

We no longer present the designer Emmanuel Gallina to decoration lovers. But all the same, how not to highlight its furniture for AM.PM which is timely for the start of the school year? Ideal for small spaces, its discreet Équivoque multifunctional desk simply makes you want to work more. There, it is said. And if the oak table armchair on the left catches your eye, like us, know that this piece is a timeless piece (still expensive) also signed by the designer for AM.PM. A safe bet to invest in, if you need an excuse.

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Back to school at Desenio

Speaking of work, Desenio proposes to equip the walls of students (and adults) this fall, and more if you like. Row in the drawer of sites specializing in posters, the platform is releasing, for the start of the 2022 school year, collage kits that do not require any nails! Moodboards and poster planners under plexiglass (usable with a simple marker), moreover, will boost the organization of daily life. Impossible to procrastinate!


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Regressive prints at Ikea

If you want to change everything in your child’s room for the start of the 2022 school year, know that the trend is for naive all-over prints. Thus, repainting a side will go hand in hand with the textile of the bed, cushions and duvet covers included. The Swedish giant offers a very nice cotton cover, and very graphic, which has no less than five animals. Yes, yes, we counted them.


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To the delight of the little ones at Smallable

Who said that black was forbidden in the rooms of the little ones? Surely not the Vox brand and its furniture for babies which is made up of an extendable bed, a chest of drawers or even a large closet in black tones. Far from powder pink or baby blue, this new range brings contemporaneity and elegance.

Cherry on the mobile, the collection is stamped with the Greenable label from the Smallable platform, which is the guarantee of manufacturing using wood from sustainable forest management that does not contribute to deforestation.


Another nugget of Smallable novelties, the house bed from the Nuki brand, in black birch (also available in natural or white) invites children to imagine a thousand and one adventures and evokes the Scandinavian style. Forward the stories, right?


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