These are the biggest fabric trends for your most chic spring yet

fabric trends 2023
These are the biggest fabric trends this springPrestigious Textiles

Spring is finally upon us, meaning it's the time of year when we start thinking about planning and organising – and how we want our homes to look is no exception.

Of course, we all want to decorate our homes with the most on-trend fabrics – and to use them in our craft projects this year.

Well, look no further – Prestigious Textiles have rounded up the biggest fabric trends of 2023 that you'll want to incorporate into your living room, kitchen and bedroom decor and are guaranteed to give your space a gorgeous spring lift.

You could these on-trend textiles to make your own cushions or curtains using our tutorials. Making your own is a great way to save money on giving your interiors an update.

This year, expect fabric trends for every home style. From big and bold florals to delicate and intricate detailing, there's something for every room and look.

Marie Goodwin, the head designer at Prestigious Textiles, expects the 2022 trend for boucle fabrics to continue into 2023.

"We expect boucle to still be hugely popular which we’ll also see in a variety of colour palettes, not limited to the creams and taupes we had in 2022," she said.

So here are the four biggest fabric trends that Marie says you'll be seeing everywhere in 2023 – and how to weave them into the decor in your own home.

Maximalism in prints

bold prints will be an important 2023 fabric trend
Bold prints are going to be a huge fabric trend this yearPrestigious Textiles

According to Marie, contemporary maximalism is a trend we'll be seeing a lot of in 2023. Put simply, this means we can expect bold architectural shapes and bright floral prints to be taking over the interiors space. Bringing the spring flowers indoors has never been more on trend.

This year, it's time to embrace an exciting range of multi-coloured fabrics and plenty of different textures.

Marie says: "Jewel hues will bring to life these bold modern prints that have developed from the tropical green patterns that were popular in 2020.

"These will feature on velvets and linens, adding versatility depending on where you use them in your home to make a statement."

Contemporary country living

cottagecore gets an update with bright florals as a 2023 fabric trend
Expect the creams of cottagecore to be updated with brighter floral patternsPrestigious Textiles

Cottagecore was one of the breakout trends of 2022 – an interiors look inspired by rural life. In 2023, expect the trend to be updated, with the greens and creams of last year being joined by beautiful and delicate floral prints – the perfect way to bring a bit of the great outdoors into your home as the days get lighter.

As Marie says: "Statement prints with trailing small-scale florals effortlessly capture the beauty of nature and will be used on blinds, throws and upholstery to update English country interiors.

"These will pair well with the rich colour blocking that’s popular right now too."

Heritage checks

the check trend will be updated with sage and aubergine tones as an on trend fabric look in 2023
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Checks were huge in homeware last year, and according to Prestigious Textiles, the trend is likely to continue this year, with checks appearing on accessories like cushions, napkins and candles.

Marie explains: "As we settle into 2023, the timeless design will get an upgrade to feature a more heritage look with sage greens, aubergine and browns on woven check and stripe designs.

"This presents more versatility when used in upholstery and depth when layering items."

Rich boutique designs

jewel colour and texture fabrics are a huge homeware trend for 2023
Layer rich textures and colours on top of each other for a really decadent finishPrestigious textiles

Bring the luxury of a hotel to your own home with the boutique designs trend this year – building on the navy and emerald green colour trend of 2022.

As Marie says: "Expect to see rich jewelled colours like zesty blues and warming oranges, paired with textured boucle, jacquards and velvets.

"If you’re updating a plain room with texture and colour, start slowly, I’d recommend upholstering an armchair or footstool first in a rich jewelled print or boucle fabric, and then gradually build it from there."

We think upcycling a chair is the perfect craft project to add to your spring cleaning!

We can't wait get to making with these fabric styles. Check out our sewing section for more inspiration on what you can make.

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