As every year, it’s time to catch up on the latest developments in decoration. At Verdonce we defend timelessness, but we like to be aware of sustainable decoration trends to adapt them to the corners of our home.
Discover the styles that will reign during the coming months in our homes. Make the spaces of your home evoke authenticity and bring calm you long for.
Most relevant styles in 2023
This does not come as a surprise. Nature continues to be a source of inspiration for interior spaces. This trend is capable of generating the physical and emotional well-being that every home needs.
Plants and natural materials are paired with organic and curved forms both in furniture and decorative objects, reflecting a certain dynamism and movement that reminds us of certain natural landscapes.
When it comes to decorating tables with natural minimalist style, they are wrapped in rustic and textured finishes. At Verdonce we have applied this trend in our table accessories, where we have used jute fiber, one of the most durable and resistant materials in nature, to make napkin rings and coasters that imitate the irregular shapes of nature, avoiding the smooth and pristine.
The sophisticated combination of two unique styles, Japanese and Scandinavian, is fashionable. A unique contrast that fills rooms with personality.
How to achieve this style in your home? It includes woods in light tones, low height furniture, natural fibres for textiles combined with ornaments made from stone and natural plants.
As for colours, we recommend combining soft tones with their different subtones. Hand crafted ceramics and clay pieces should not be overlooked in order to provide an authentic and individualistic touch. This style gives priority to open spaces and plants to achieve a fresh and cozy touch.
Decorative materials triumphing in 2023
High contrast marble
Imperfection continues to triumph in designs, hence the wabi sabi philosophy is a trend that will also accompany us this 2023. In tune with this, we will see raw organic materials such as marble in striking tones such as red, burgundy and even black with white veins.
We know what you are thinking, it is an expensive material, but if your budget is limited, you can always opt for small decorative elements that will also give that unique sophisticated touch.
Ceramics are always a good option, but this year more so, specifically if we think about flooring, coatings and furniture in general. We will see them in homes, public spaces and commercial areas.
Investing in this material is synonymous with durability and hygiene. Although it can be delicate, it does not require much care and ensures greater luminosity and visual amplitude compared to traditional formats.
Organic textures will be the trend par excellence this season in interior decoration. We will see it in textiles in different parts of the home. From the dining room, to the bedroom, through the bathroom or kitchen.
In Verdonce we have launched a new line of recycled cotton tablecloths, a good option for you and for the planet. These natural fabrics give an unparalleled cozy appearance, they are also durable and versatile.
Do you know what the color of the year is?
And this year the award goes to… the Viva Magenta, a vibrant color for a bold interior design with a lot of personality. Ideal for a lacquered wall or a velvet sofa.
If you want to splash this colour on any neutral space in your home, use accessories such as a crystal lamp, an ikebana floral arrangement or a striking abstract canvas.
Risk is fashionable! Emerald green, passion red and electric blue return to furniture colour, decoration and even walls, providing a retro air to create spotlights.
This year you can allow a brush of colour in your home, the neatness of white is fine, but you can transmit much more emotion with these vibrant, elegant and sophisticated tones.
If there is a range of colours that transmit nature, it is the earth tones. We will see it on a sofa, in minimalist style vases and even on wallpaper. In Verdonce we have taken this trend to our field by incorporating it into our basics: placemats, napkins and aprons all made from recycled cotton.
These shades are very easy to combine with natural materials, such as wood. They fit perfectly in spaces with and air of rustic or Provencal style.
Incorporating sustainability into your home remains a priority for 2023. In an earlier post we gave you some money saving tips to turn your house into a more sustainable home, if you haven’t read that post yet we highly recommend it. What are the some of the main ideas? Bet on energy efficiency, select brands and manufacturers that work with natural, recycled and biodegradable materials, among others.
Look for the most responsible option, the one that is committed to environmental care and that puts fair labour at the centre. There are many examples, from wallpapers made from regenerated corn, eco-friendly paints to a recycled cotton cloth bread bag.
The rise of craftsmanship is unstoppable. It is still a luxury to have authentic and imperfect pieces. At Verdonce we carry this philosophy in our DNA. Our new dining collection reflects more than ever the way we work and the unique character infused in our linens by the amazing women who make them.
If you go for pieces in natural colours, such as terracotta, stone or white clay vases or textiles such as jute, organic cotton or hemp, you will bring a very special soul to that dining table or sideboard.
Plants and natural light
The use of natural light continues to be a priority in the different areas of the house. Distribute the spaces well to achieve an ideal direction for your furniture to reinforce the sensation of light.
If you need to artificially create pleasant environments full of calm, use led lights in warm tones. Likewise, do not forget to add colour with the vitality and freshness of autochthonous plants or those that have a special meaning to you.
We hope you have found this guide to sustainable decoration trends for 2023 interesting. We are sure that your passion for design will allow you to find balance in your home. Remember that the most sustainable option is what we already have, but when it comes to investing, go for the most sustainable, local option.