The coronavirus pandemic has impacted many aspects of life and the home space is no exception. As many people spent more time in their homes throughout 2020, they not only craved more comfort but were also forced to rethink their interiors to meet the demands of their new daily life. Whether it’s creating a home office functional or designing a living room for distance education, almost every area of a home needed refreshing. Keeping in mind that the changes will continue in the new year, we have toured the Web to discover the 2022 interior decoration trends that will mark the period. Continue browsing to find out more!
It has been a long and difficult year, so we have good reason to want to distract ourselves by thinking about the interior design trends coming up in 2022. From the growing importance of sustainable materials to stylish elements and a celebration of l he individuality and uniqueness is the perfect time to start the new era with sensational style. Whether you’re planning a complete overhaul of your home or just want to redecorate a drab looking room, let us inspire your planning.
The rustic style and its modern version appeal to those who love the comfort of their contemporary home but also want to inject details of character into their living space. It goes particularly well with decors that already have interesting features, such as exposed beams, original floors or paneled walls, but can also be recreated with a thoughtful balance between old and new objects.
Reclaimed wood is the base material that maintains this harmonious look – so look for unique pieces that show a lot of grain and texture, rather than perfectly finished items.
The colors of the year reflect what is happening in global culture, expressing what people are looking for. While the company recognizes the hue as an essential form of communication and a symbol of thoughts and ideas, many designers and brands are adopting its language to beautify the interior.
This year, Pantone presented us with its star shades: Illuminating and Ultimate Gray. The selection of two independent colorways (a young zinc plated and a pale gray) highlights how different elements come together to share a message of strength and hope that is both enduring and uplifting, propagating the idea that it does not. it is not about a color or a person but more than one.
The CottageCore, an aesthetic where nature takes precedence, was born in social networks. It started off as a very simplistic trend, but gets more and more touches of glamor to morph into a traditional luxury style. Elegant vintage-style utensils, golden cutlery, designer accessories, prints in a pastel color palette are all ways to embrace that specific, very fashionable look.
Sure enough, Hawaii’s laid back style has been redesigned in this next trend. While we dream of tropical getaways, interiors inspired by distant shores provide a calm and relaxing living space to make a home a safe and inviting place to rejuvenate. Adding a contemporary touch to a classic floral design, this exotic style can certainly be used to bring the outdoors indoors, mimicking the varied Hawaiian landscape.
Antique, reused, salvaged and retro pieces all have their place in a vintage scheme. The key is to layer the different elements together, using bright and vibrant colors, and create a cohesive contrast with a few luxuries such as rich fabrics and striking lighting with a modern touch.
Dulux announced their Brave Ground Color of the Year, then Urbane Bronze is hailed as Sherwin Williams’ flagship color. It is also the Little Greene brand that will present its latest range of paints in January 2022 and, you guessed it, everything is built around natural and earthy colors. Rust, warm greens, deep reds and flamed browns, it’s heartwarming, welcoming, and exactly what we need for 2022.
So, if you plan to dress your walls in a new tone, bet on one of the most popular according to the interior design trends 2022 – beige, brown, scorched earth or terracotta, warm taupe or sand.
It’s a timeless trend that draws inspiration from the 18th and 19th centuries, incorporating classical art, antiques and historical pieces. Classic traditionalism brings a sense of harmony and order to any living space with a decor scheme that works perfectly together. It also promotes symmetry which can be seen in upholstery including intricate spirals, stripes and flowers.
This timeless trend embodies faded elegance and an unrefined sense of luxury. To create a feeling of time-worn opulence, try mixing new purchases with vintage market finds. Also look for decorative accessories such as chandeliers and mirrors that have not been perfectly restored but have aged with character. Similarly, go for furniture and textiles that feel old. Chipping paint, faded fabrics and imperfections add unmistakable charm.
Also in the context of the connection with nature which has been very popular for a while, dried flowers work well in the home in 2022. The most preferred species include wheat, delphinium, lagurus, jute, lavender, pampas grass and broom.
Given that many of us are spending more time at home in recent months, in 2022 homeowners will be looking for smart ways to brighten up their spaces. The roof windows, also called skylights, are great ways to bring the sunshine and improve the interior, making it more spacious and welcoming.
Scandinavian and Japanese styles are already quite minimalist, simple and practical. The combination of these, known as the Japandi style, is too. The white color dominating all environments, natural wood, materials, organic shapes and the apparent influence of the great Nordic and Japanese designers of the 1950s are its main characteristics.
After the tumultuous year we have all lived through, turning our homes into calming earth-toned sanctuaries is exactly the trend we need for 2022. Large, open, bright and comfortable spaces and sleek designer furnishings combine the traditional to modern, always favoring the functional.
Bring elements of the natural world into your home with dark, earthy greens on the walls. As well as strengthening your connection to nature, these are the perfect hues to really transform the space.
In addition, shades of green can be used successfully to impact a transition area, hallway or living room. They also have the ability to bring a window or door to life.
Want to create a striking wall of character in your kitchen or bathroom? The 2022 interior design trends are bringing the unique looking fishtail tiles to the fore. Evoking the style of the 1920s, each tile resembles a small fish scale and gives a special charm to your room.
This nifty knot design which can be done with cord, twine or rope, gives the house a real rustic feel. From tote bags to hanging planters, the options for DIY macrame items are endless once you know how to make them.
Paneled walls may once have been reserved for libraries and living rooms, but this year they are becoming more popular throughout the house. The wood cladding is chic and modern, it adds extra character to your interior and moreover, its varied designs conform to any style of decoration.
A remarkable fixture can adorn any space in a unique way and we love the trend for chandeliers with a braided or tied cord. They are indeed the perfect addition to a neutral space as they offer a lot of natural and organic texture and visual interest while remaining within a neutral palette. They also offer a hint of coastal aesthetics without evoking a house by the sea.
As people continue to spend more time at home, edible plants will continue to gain popularity in 2022. Having your own fresh herbs on hand is great for creating chef’s dishes and drinks. There are a variety of sizes that are perfect for a sunny kitchen or window.
In our daily life in big cities, we have lost touch with the sky, the earth, the water and all the elements of nature that we find outside. How can we reintegrate these elements back home? The most obvious way is through plants. However, one can also use objects of natural origin that have a rough decorative appearance, such as stone, wood, seashells, containers full of beach sand or straw. Finally, we can also add thematic photographs or murals.
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