Pinterest is chock full of front porch design ideas dedicated to maximizing curb appeal, Homes and Gardens reported. (Dreamstime/TNS)

Pinterest is one of the hottest places on the internet when it comes to the latest in interior design trends. From biophilic design to sprucing up your bathroom, there are a number trends picking up speed in 2023. Here are some of the most exciting trends to grace Pinterest this year.

Front porch curb appeal
Pinterest is chock full of front porch design ideas dedicated to maximizing curb appeal, Homes and Gardens reported.

“Your chosen front door ideas and front yard walkway can say so much about the occupants: The entrance is the first encounter for you, your visitors, and the interiors that lie within, so getting it just right should be a priority,” Designer Monique Tollgard, founder of Tollgard Design, told Homes and Gardens.

“‘The front door colors we use allow us to introduce the ‘red thread’ of the house immediately, so it is a good starting point. For us, the entrance is so important; it is the start of the story and first and last impressions are so important.”

Biophilic design
Since shortly after the pandemic began, homeowners have been looking for ways to bring the outdoors in to create a more natural and calming environment in their living spaces. This practice in biophilic design is going to be even more popular through this year, according to Pinterest.

Searches for various features of biophilic design, including garden stairs and floral ceilings, are up anywhere from 100% to 300%, Italian Bark reported.

Stepped-up showers
One of the Pinterest interior design trends Better Homes & Gardens is most excited for is the stepped-up shower. As comfort remains an important factor of interior design this year, it’s no surprise that homeowners are looking for new and inventive ways to upgrade their bathrooms into luxurious sanctuaries.

Searches for doorless showers, amazing walk-in showers, shower bombs and spa-like bathrooms are growing popular on Pinterest as a result.

By Hunter Boyce, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (TNS)