Keep Up With These 10 Wall Art Trends For 2023 To Impress Everyone

Some things will always be here. Let's face the facts. You probably guessed it. As we look forward to next year, nature will continue to play an essential role in home design. Natural elements, such as plants, botanical prints, and colors, remain a mainstay of our humble homes.

We'll see this trend expand and encompass a variety of stories, concepts, and ideas. Organic will take on a whole new dimension. Nature isn't always gentle and soothing, nor unassuming. Nature can be lively, playful, and extravagant.

Here are the wall art trends for 2023:

1. Abstract wall art

Summer days by Mykola Ampilogov

Summer days by Mykola Ampilogov

The art world is embracing abstract and color, with large block-colored prints instantly lightening up a scheme.

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2. Go colorful to brighten up your walls

Pink Themed Gallery Wall Collage

Pink Themed Gallery Wall Collage

Wall art trends suggest that you balance and contrast a room with a splash of color if you choose a neutral scheme.

The interior palette should be neutral and timeless so that one can express themselves through art selection. The blank walls allow for expression, whether a well-known artist or an up-and-coming one.

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3. Setting up your wall art collection

Wall Art Collage Inspiration

Wall Art Collage Inspiration

Wall art trends emphasize the importance of creating your wall art collection style and focusing on what you love.

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4. Art Deco wall art

Sortilèges (1922) by George Barbier

Sortilèges (1922) by George Barbier

It's a popular industry trend to revisit beloved styles from the past. As interiors shift away from minimalism's absolute simplicity, we see renewed interest in decorative styles like Art Deco. The 19th-century Art Deco style will be present in luxury homes like in all other decades. This style is a mix of retro and modern. It's characterized by luxury-associated natural materials that blend perfectly with warm, noble colors.

See our Art Deco fashion collection by George Barbier

5. Noir and gothic wall art

Noir and gothic wall art

Noir and gothic wall art inspiration idea

We are encouraged to enjoy the many design options as spaces become more personal and rich. Gothic design is an example of this tempting option. They are dramatic and captivating. They are also richly layered and captivating. A gothic style is more than just dark colors. This trend is non-conformist, and it's dark. It encompasses many industries, including fashion, interior design, and kitchen furniture. 

See our noir and gothic collection by Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita

6. Gallery Wall art

Blue Themed Gallery Wall With Black Wooden Frames Over Couch

Blue Themed Gallery Wall With Black Wooden Frames Over Couch

Gallery walls are timeless. These walls are a great way of adding color to your wall.

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7. Patterns wall art

The Oriental Friends - pattern

The Oriental Friends - pattern wall art

The pattern motif will see a triumphant return that will affect every aspect of your lifestyle.

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8. Hellenistic Revival/ Hellenistic wall art

Eros (1924) by George Barbier

Eros (1924) by George Barbier

The nostalgic Hellenistic décor revival can be seen in everything from antique wallpapers to small décor objects and accessories such as candles, sculptures, and vases.

9. Biophilic wall art

Singes et perroquet dans la forêt vierge (1906) by Henri Rousseau

Singes et perroquet dans la forêt vierge (1906) by Henri Rousseau

Biophilic has become a standard in interior design and architecture. People are sick of concrete and want more nature in their homes and workplaces.

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10. Barkitecture wall art

Women with a Dog (1891) by Pierre Bonnard

Women with a Dog (1891) by Pierre Bonnard

Barkitecture could be a popular interior design term. This is because the importance of loving and pampering your pet is so high.

See our Barkitecture inspired wall art collection