4 outdoor trends for 2023: Caleidoscope galore


Play and experiment until your garden becomes the perfect extension of yourself. Because in 2023, individuality and epicureanism take center stage. Like a kaleidoscope, the different pieces fall into place differently for everyone, creating an airy overall image in which we find ourselves completely and where we can breathe. For one, this means a monochrome daydream, while for another, it’s a competition with the colors of nature. King George has bottled up 4 new outdoor trends for you to create your own colorful reflection.

Bucolique c’est chique

Channel your inner nature kid and create a terrace or garden where animals, people, flowers, and plants come together. An earthly paradise where abundance reigns and peace always takes precedence. Natural materials are used, accessories and furniture in stone-colored to green palettes, soft shapes, and nests for humans and animals. Primitive happiness is paramount with homegrown crops from the vegetable garden – or the herb planter for the bucolic city balcony – and lush flower meadows.

Product information

  1. freestanding stainless steel shower by Cristina Rubinetterie available at Alsan..
  2. a bird feeder from Point-Virgule made of bamboo fiber
  3. the Ostrea chair from Royal Botania.
  4. Donut indoor-outdoor pouf from Ethnicraft.
  5. Kettal Plumon Sofa designed by Patricia Urquiola from Gervi Outdoor.
  6. ROCKT water-resistant speaker from ArtSound.
  7. Kettal Grand Bitta three-seater sofa, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni, from Gervi Outdoor.
    Kettal Tou lounge chair from Gervi Outdoor.
  8. Tribola table with Borgo round chairs from Exterioo.


In life, nothing is black or white, but on the terrace, monochrome is booming. A look that comes into its own by fully embracing the trend. Check off your bingo card with more and more pieces of furniture that are now available not only in classic white but also in trendy black, as well as elegant wind lights and lanterns, cozy poufs, and high-quality kitchen tools. Choosing the same shade for your entire exterior strengthens the design of your furniture and adds architectural simplicity.

Product information

  1. Styletto bar chair from Royal Botania.
  2. Helio LED solar floor lamp in black aluminum from Exterioo.
  3. Oono black floor lamp from Delta Light.
  4. Bok Black outdoor dining table and Bok Black outdoor chairs from Ethnicraft.
  5. Todus Slide two-seater in powder-coated stainless steel, designed by Lucie Koldová, from Gervi Outdoor.
  6. Styletto lounge and Trilux fixture from Royal Botania.
  7. “All Weather Sunbrella® Luxe Chartres Sooty” Masso pouf from Exterioo.
  8. Custom-made tiny houses from Systimber.

Zest for life

More exuberant personalities will have a field day next summer because color is back! From soft earthy tones and moody pastels to bold primary and citrus colors, there are no limits to cheerfulness, and the same goes for design. Whether it’s round and organic or sleek and minimalist, everyone can join the color parade. After years of subdued, sandy hues reigning supreme, the jesters are taking over. Without losing their minds, of course, as lightweight and user-friendly materials like aluminum and stainless steel make maintaining and rearranging your terrace as enjoyable as it looks.

Product Information

  1. Carlo barbecue by Barbecook.
  2. Fast Allsize table with a frame in powder-coated aluminum and a table top in iroko by Gervi Outdoor.Fast Zebra chair in powder-coated aluminum by Gervi Outdoor.
  3. Lighthouse waterproof bluetooth speaker with lighting and TWS function by ArtSound.
  4. Facade cladding in Dekton® Kraftizen Umber by Cosentino.
  5. Strappy relax chair and Strappy footstool by Royal Botania.
  6. Kettal Paladin parasol by Gervi Outdoor.
  7. Placemat by Mondial Tissus.
  8. Styletto lounge and side table by Royal Botania.
  9. Fano table in rust-colored aluminum by Exterioo.
  10. Vases made of colored glass by Point-Virgule.

Lines on lines

The ‘close to nature’ trend of recent years is evolving in 2023 into a more architectural interpretation with clean lines and geometric structures. From vertical and square weaving to horizontally aligned outdoor furniture and textiles with wide stripes, the rattan trend has matured and captivates with a layered look that still emphasizes craftsmanship and balance.


  1. Fensi chair and Butlet table from Royal Botania.
  2. Kettal Bitta Swing with aluminum frame and polyethylene band weaving from Gervi Outdoor.
  3. Vincent Sheppard Maya solar lamp from Gervi Outdoor.
  4. Tribola table in teak from Exterioo.
  5. Trilux lamp from Royal Botania.
  6. Noviso lounge and lounge cushions in All Weather Sunbrella® Luxe Savane Nimbus from Exterioo.
  7. Trentino balcony lounge chair in teak and black wicker from Exterioo.
  8. Fensi chair from Royal Botania.