January 26, 2023
Inside Designer Corbin See’s 2023 House Development Predictions

As any native weatherman or Magic 8 Ball will let you know, predictions are an inexact science. Strive as you would possibly, you’re certain to overlook a scattered bathe or love-connection question or two. The fantastic thing about inside design, in fact, is that there’s no actual proper or incorrect—what’s on the horizon in a single designer’s world could also be within the rearview for an additional. (One man’s shagreen is one other man’s shiplap, because it have been.) Nonetheless, the beginning of one other 12 months begs questions of what’s new and what’s subsequent? To get the solutions, we turned to prime native skills to share what they anticipate to see in 2023.

Listed here are Dallas designer Corbin See’s picks.

Inside Designer Corbin See’s 2023 House Development Predictions

Queen Anne Collectors Cupboard, $22,500 at Nick Brock Antiques

“I’ve been taking place an English design rabbit gap,” says See. “I’m preferring cozy over minimalist—extra plush upholstery and private collections. I’m liking textural finishes and antiques with character. I don’t like design that appears prefer it tried too onerous, and the English have mastered that.”

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Ika Lamp Shade from Robert Kime

Ikat Lamp Shade, $940 at Robert Kime

“I’ve been taking place an English design rabbit gap,” says See. “I’m preferring cozy over minimalist—extra plush upholstery and private collections. I’m liking textural finishes and antiques with character. I don’t like design that appears prefer it tried too onerous, and the English have mastered that.”

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Basin Pillar Taps from Lefroy Brooks

Basin Pillar Faucets, Worth Upon Request at Lefroy Brooks

“I’ve been taking place an English design rabbit gap,” says See. “I’m preferring cozy over minimalist—extra plush upholstery and private collections. I’m liking textural finishes and antiques with character. I don’t like design that appears prefer it tried too onerous, and the English have mastered that.”

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George Edwardian Chair from Brooks Thomas

George Smith “Edwardian” Chair, $7,300 at Brooks Thomas

“I’ve been taking place an English design rabbit gap,” says See. “I’m preferring cozy over minimalist—extra plush upholstery and private collections. I’m liking textural finishes and antiques with character. I don’t like design that appears prefer it tried too onerous, and the English have mastered that.”

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