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Hello from sunny Berlin. Today it is +34 degrees Celsius, and I am melting. I can’t stand the heat at home, so I decided to discuss with you the outdoor furniture trends in 2023 because it’s about time to get outside!
Of course, this post is written for readers with patios, backyards, gardens, terraces or rooftops. Every space that allows us to enjoy the sun outside. Let’s have a look at what this year’s trends are!
Outdoor furniture trends in 2023
Sustainability is the keyword in 2023. Everything that could be re-used, re-cycled, or upcycled is good to go. Use natural material and combine it with fabrics, add home decor and throw pillows et voila! A beautiful outdoor seating area is ready. If you don’t have old furniture that you can use, perhaps you can find something in your neighbourhood for free?
Undeniably, more is more was always a thing for outdoor spaces. But 2023 changes the direction and we see a lot of simple, minimalistic designs with durable furniture, that would actually survive any weather elements.
As you know, the outdoor furniture is not unique in terms of colors. It is always earthy tones, beige, and wood colors. Hopefully, it will become more and more popular to add some colors to the outdoor spaces. Add new flashy upholstery to the chairs, or simply use colorful throw pillows to add up some interest.
Indoor furniture outside
I don’t know what it is, but indoor furniture looks so stunning outside. Maybe because it is unexpected, or maybe it brings some homey feeling outside. Whatever it is, it is trending now, and you can use your old couch or armchairs outside and create a little oasis of comfort.
If you are the kind of person who needs something functional, modular outdoor furniture is the solution for you! You can move things around according to your needs. Do you have a romantic dinner with your partner or host a BBQ party? The same furniture can be of perfect use if it comes in modules.
What do you think about those trends? Maybe you can share some of the photos of your outdoor space? Use #ommik in social networks.