The home trends of 2023
At DETJER, we tell you more about the home trends of 2023. From natural colors and neutral tones, to organic shapes and sustainable materials.
What are the new living trends?
It's that time again! Time for the latest home trends for next year. Which home trends are new in 2023 and which trends do we take with us from previous seasons? But, more importantly, which home trends suit you? Are you curious about the living trends of 2023? Then read on quickly.
Also this season, organic shapes are an absolute go. The popularity of organic shapes probably has everything to do with the frequent straight lines already standard in our homes or interiors. Think straight walls or an oblong table. Organic shapes make the interior a little softer, feminine and warmer.
This season is not only about natural tones, but also about natural materials. So: lots of wood, lots of plants and a sustainable look. We are talking about the color green, but also beige and warm reds and browns. Of course, you can also reflect the natural tones in your interior, such as a beautiful timeless and durable wooden piece. All handmade furniture from DETJER is of high quality and carries the FLEGT label (Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade). This indicates that the wood is recognized by the EU and complies with the European Timber Regulation.
Tone on tone shades
Ton sur ton: implementing different shades of the same color in a room or your entire home. A trend that is not new to us. Whereas before it was frequently applied through light colors, this season we see it also happening with the somewhat darker colors. In other words, warm ton sur ton. We are fans! Our collection is available in three different versions, namely Dark Brown, Charcoal Black and Natural. Our Dark Brown furniture is a perfect match with this trend.
If you have never heard of the Japandi style, now is really the time to change that. After all, the minimalist Japandi style remains totally hot this year as well. Think earth tones, functionality, minimalism, warmth and tranquility. In other words, a nice mix between Scandinavian and Japanese design. Our natural collection is the ideal match.