8 TikTok Trends That Will Shape DIY and Home Decor in 2023

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8 TikTok Trends That Will Shape DIY and Home Decor in 2023

Scott predicts that limewash will be the paint technique to watch in 2023. “We will see unique applications of limewash such as the cloud technique to create the appearance of old worn walls,” he says. “Laying whitewash in different ways can give you the look of 200-year-old walls – in just a few days.”

5. Plaid patterns

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Proving that simple patterns can have a big impact, check prints are having a moment – and that moment will continue into 2023. Lisa Buhler, the founder of the fashion line Lisa Says Gah, believes that people are drawn to check prints because they all is about joy. She describes it as a “feel good print” that is symmetrical but fun. Haustile takes it a step further with a curved checkered tile that looks like something out of an MC Escher illustration.

Interior designer and DIY expert Emily Shaw, known to her TikTok followers as @emilyrayna, is a proponent of this trend. When working on her “make-ready room,” she opted for a gold-bar and white check print—with a budget-friendly twist. “Checker prints have become popular all over TikTok in different ways, so I wanted to find a way to make the trend functional,” she says.

Shaw bought a wooden box at Michaels and painted it the same shade as the gold squares. Then she attached it to the wall, creating dimension and a clever ring mount angle. “Emily, this is genius,” said a TikTok follower. Agreed.

6. Combination of various design themes

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According to the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) 2023 Design Trends report, one of the new trends this year is the combination of various design themes to create a unique style. For example, organic meets modern, or farmhouse meets modern.

Boston-based DIY expert Julie Sousa of @the_avantgarde embraced this style-mix trend in a recent apartment redesign with her assistant Gigi Rodriguez. Sousa says that the main style they were looking for was contemporary, so they opted accordingly for the larger pieces—the couch, the chair, the coffee table, the floor lamps and the mirrors. As Sousa further explains, “The eclectic elements come from smaller pieces like the wall art, the gold frames and the use of bold colors in the space.” Together, the complimentary styles make the space feel updated and personal.

7. Create spa-like bathrooms

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Since the beginning of the pandemic, the collective stress has increased and has yet to be reduced. It makes sense that people are inspired to create soothing, hotel-like atmospheres in their own homes, especially if they still don’t travel as much as they used to. NKBA found that spa-like bathrooms that “enhance homeowner experiences” are one of the biggest trends for 2023.

With its wood paneling, calming lighting and lush plant wall, Sousa’s guest bathroom makeover went viral on TikTok, garnering over 2.1 million views. “I really wanted it to feel like a spa, a place where I could go at the end of a long day and unwind with a bath,” she says. Because the bathroom was windowless, Sousa felt that green was the perfect way to contrast the moodiness of the black ceiling, not to mention distract from the lack of windows. “We often associate green with a sense of freshness, especially in combination with water and what better area in the home than in a bathroom to create that perception of freshness and cleanliness?” she asked.

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