Keep furniture where they belong -
in homes

Only 2% of European furniture is repaired, refurbished and reused. 60 % of the items sold in The Netherlands are made in China, partly in forced labour.

A circular furniture industry can change that. We keep ownership over products and ensure that they are rented out again, again and again. 

What makes us unique? All our products are manufactured in Europe, many of them in the Netherlands. No shipping around the world. No fast furniture. And we make sure that only high-quality, recyclable materials are used.

Flexible as a yogi

Make interior adapt to your life, not the other way around. Simply choose the plan that fits you best and return your items once your life changes. Or swap them when you need something fresh. 

Stress-free delivery, assembly &  pick-up

Your homemates make sure that you don’t have to take on the interior hassle again. Sit back and relax while we do the heavy lifting. Homemate helps you every step of the way. 

Don't spend a fortune

You’ll probably save money. Enjoy ou high-quality interior for low monthly fees. 

Curated design sets

You can hire an interior designer, or let homemate do the work. Our pre-selected sets make your place feel homey and your life lighter in a jiff.

Being locked-in

Let’s face it, buying interior means committing to one (life)style. As life isn’t static, but changing all the time, your purchases might feel like a burden. 

Goodbye, Saturday

No more spending your weekend figuring out how to put it all together. Or sell stuff on Marktplaats once you move.

Large up-front investment

No more spending a fortune on something you haven’t tried.

Can’t see the wood for the trees

No more days of scavenging the on- and offline world to find matching, stylish and sustainable interior.

Our design principles

1. Offer durable and timeless interior

2. Design for refurbishment and recycling

3. Use certified and high-quality materials

4. 100% of our products are produced in Europe

5. Work towards full transparency and footprint analysis