Be the First to Know About Design Trends for 2022

Trista - November 11, 2021
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26. Light Floors will Give your Space More Life.

According to Orangetree, light-colored hardwood floors will, fortunately, continue to be on-trend in 2022 for a few reasons. First, they are simply timeless in interior design. Second, light floors help to greatly reflect nature from windows and skylights, or any light throughout a room, resulting in it feeling way more airy and bright. It feeds a more minimalistic look, especially if you have light colors you would like to display. The various shades, patterns, materials, and colors of light floors are universal, and they can be used for any type of room, small or large. Another great reason for its popularity is the fact that it is unobtrusive. It does not attract the eye and steal attention. In addition, such flooring can be combined with almost any environment. With light floors, you will have practically no problems choosing furniture or other decoration pieces like floor plants or floor lamps.

Light hues work well in hustling, bustling public places. Hotel lobbies and clothing stores all use light floors to keep the energy high and the public walking. This is because it helps to create a certain clean yet energetic ambiance. When incorporating light flooring into your space, complimenting your flooring undertones helps to ring consistency. Even if it is subtle, creating contrasts is important. You wouldn’t want a space where everything blends into each other and gets lost, would you? Much like white, neutral-hued walls, light floors are also a blank canvas on their axis. Statement rugs are perfect for this space. You can let your imagination run wild and pick something with an intricate or loud pattern. Not only does this help to create contrast, but it also allows more room for expressionism and lets the personality of the room owner shine through.   

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25. Black Accents Are Superior.

Orangetree says there is a theme of natural elements coming in 2022. Black accents will be more popular as well. It’s timeless, versatile, and classic. One might even liken it to being the ‘little black dress of interiors. Black accents are powerful elements that can ground a room and tie a scheme together beautifully while providing a beautiful contrast against natural wood tones and other organic materials. What’s super great about using black as an accent is that it can easily make pieces that don’t otherwise agree effortlessly cohesive. For instance, say you have a series of paintings and artworks of different art styles, patterns, and colors. It sounds like there could be some clashing, right? True, but if you put everything in a similar black frame, it instantly becomes a unit, just like magic.  

You don’t need to have many blacks. Just the right amount is perfect for adding that extra punch to whatever space you may be working with. The addition of black and darker elements can help to neutralize any space. Adding a black nightstand or reading lamp to a bedroom can create a grounded and visually appealing atmosphere. When used against a crisp, white backdrop, black art, furniture, and objects offer an injection, you might say, of contemporary glamour. Adding pops of black throughout a kitchen is also a great way to pull the space together. In addition to having black countertops, hardware, or appliances, you could try adding open shelving into the area, perfect for displaying black accent accessories like vases and ornaments.

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24. Painted Doors And Trims: Silent But Powerful Accents.

Interior trim is one of the greatest unsung heroes of interior design. When done correctly, it can work together with all the other room elements to form a cohesive look that improves the room’s architecture. You may have walked into a room before, and although it might have taken a while to notice, you’ve probably seen crown moulding, one of the types of interior trims in the corner between the wall and the ceiling of said space. Even though they may not be at the forefront of your design ideas, they are reigning champions in interior design as we have all noticed an increase in their addition to different buildings. According to Decorilla, 2022 will most certainly see them continue their winning streak.

A door casing is a type of trim that creates a frame around a doorway and hides the framing pieces and shims used to install the door. This can be an interesting way to punctuate blank spaces, especially when adding a statement door to the combination. Feature doorways are magnificent accents in any room. Crown moulds and door casings are only the tips of the iceberg when it comes to interior trim. Another popular option is panel moulding. These are ridged trim pieces that can be used as frames. You could have these installed on your walls to emphasize a vital accent painting, a flat-screen TV, or even an inbuilt shelf. The possibilities are truly endless. They are a simple yet effective way of adding that extra sleek finish to your space and making it feel ultra-modern and stylish. 

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23. You Can Never Go Wrong With Natural Lighting.

The combination of natural lights in an interior space enhances materials, energizes a place, and creates a warm, relaxing ambiance. It is truly a critical design element. Right from when the human race became sophisticated enough to grasp the idea of luxury, wide spaces that let in large amounts of light have always been favored. English Helm is delighted to inform you that this trend is spilling over into 2022 as well! When there’s more natural light in a room, it makes the space feel much grander. It also introduces a refreshing, cheerful aura to any space. Imagine waking up in the morning, for instance, and walking over to your floor-length windows and throwing open your curtains to reveal the best of nature. No doubt that would leave anyone feeling energized and ready to tackle the day.

Even if you are not blessed with the luxury of large windows, skylights, or even have your space facing opposite from the sun, there is absolutely no reason to give up your hope of light-drenched rooms just yet. There are multiple ways to amplify already existing natural light and make it enough to fill any space. One of these is by adding reflective materials such as mirrors to a room. Hanging mirrors near even the smallest or most light-starved windows will reflect the outdoor light and create a very impressive illusion of brightness. Dressing your space with glass accessories or anything lustrous will also produce a similar effect.

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22. Your Personality Is A Huge Deciding Factor.

After spending so much of our time exposed to social media and the carefully curated images online, most of us require highly personal spaces that reflect our lives and interests. After all, how can you call it your home when pieces inspired by your personality are not present? It is essential when decorating a space to interpret both your history and ideal future in a design-oriented way to enable your area to grow with you rather than mimicking other styles from top to bottom. There are so many things that influence how you choose to style your home, from how you want the space to function, your interests, or simply what shades make you feel good. It is important to note that you are the one in charge of how your space truly turns out, even when you hire a designer.

Any space you choose to design is your haven, a shelter between an unknown and chaotic environment and a little piece of heaven. This is why it’s super important to take the time to reflect on what makes us as individuals the way we are. You must indeed have come across interesting furniture pieces and other decorative elements you feel belong in your space, which is probably because they do. At the end of the day, if it doesn’t feel right, it doesn’t feel right. After paying massive amounts to have their spaces remodeled and decorated by professionals, it is unheard of. People still end up having to take down some features or change the design altogether. According to Veranda, 2022 will see a surge in individuals embracing this trend due to the crushing after-effects of the pandemic.

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21. Your Kitchen Is More Important Than You Think.

The kitchen may not be one of the first rooms to come to mind when you think interior décor, and you aren’t the only one who feels this way. However, the kitchen has finally been getting the attention it deserves in recent times, especially when it comes to thoughtful design. We’ve seen kitchens bedecked in intensity and all kinds of exciting, natural materials and ultimately become more inviting, luxurious, relaxing, and exciting spaces for homeowners to eat and cook. Therefore, it is not a longshot to predict that 2022 will see an even greater rise in kitchens that mirror our tastes and desire for up-to-date, top-notch facilities and appliances. These appliances will offer premium functionality and best suit our needs. Likewise, they will maintain luxurious high standards and simultaneously pay respect to aesthetics.

Experienced designers and multiple homeowners have confirmed that incorporating natural materials and themes into your kitchen can make it more inviting. For instance, finding a show-stopping stone to use as a countertop, backsplash, or even as the base of your kitchen island creates visual interest. It adds a fresh yet modern homely look for those who prefer minimalism and neutral tones. Warm tones are again playing an important role in adding that extra glow to your kitchen. According to Orangetree, 2022 will be all about expression, bolder use of color, mixing metals, and increased use of patterns and other materials to add warmth and personality to the home to make people feel more comfortable and cozy.

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20. The Beauty Of Multifunctional Spaces.

In light of architectural strides and design in the advent of open-plan homes, home designs are now incorporating more multifunctional rooms into their floor plans, and for good reason! Single-use spaces may just be becoming a thing of the past. According to Decorilla, we expect interior design trends in 2022 to feature nifty ideas on multifunctional rooms. It is no secret that the cost of housing has increased significantly and will continue to do so over the years. As a result of this, there is now less housing space at a considerable cost. This trend is beneficial for constrained areas because it will aid you in making the most of every nook and cranny with clean and innovative room-dividing tactics. 

There is a multitude of design possibilities within any given room. Often, many miss these by forgetting about the vertical space a room offers. Shelving, ladders, and platforms can open various doors and even function as room dividers. Sofas usually end up taking up a considerable chunk of space in a living room, so instead of going for a standard sofa, you could opt for a modular lounge that pulls apart to become end tables or a footrest. A kitchen/dining room combination is excellent for modern open floor plans because it facilitates cooking and socializing simultaneously! Kitchens with islands could also double as both a dining room and a workstation. Also, introducing partial walls and eliminating doors can help create an open space while keeping different uses separate.

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19. Light Tones Are The Way To Go.

Although white-on-white with tapered lines and soft textures is reminiscent of mid-century modern design, it is clear that it is a significant power player in the 21st-century interior design game, and 2022 will be no exception. As a white, blank canvas is to an artist, a room with a neutral color base for anyone looking to decorate their space. By sticking to basic hues, you always have a forgiving canvas and an array of possibilities for your home. Light tones help make a room feel more prominent, and who wouldn’t desire to make their surroundings feel more spacious, right? Even if you are not big on white walls, or you simply want colors that pop in your space, you shouldn’t cross this design trend off your list just yet.

As mentioned above, there are so many combinations and formats you can adopt to add more life to your space without having everything look too messy or cluttered. If statement furniture and strong finishes appeal to you, you should be leaning towards going for simple white walls. This will help to highlight your pieces even more. It is common knowledge that a room does not only consist of walls, and that’s why making sure your floors don’t miss out on the light-colored treatment as well is very advised. Light floors help to reflect the natural light from windows, thereby making the light travel around space, making it feel airier and brighter than it would be if the floors were dark.

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18. Minimalism Is Seemingly Timeless.

Minimalism has undoubtedly been one of the dominant leaders of interior design trends in recent years, and it shows no signs of fading out anytime soon. You have most definitely come across minimalist spaces while scrolling through pictures of celebrity homes or top features on interior design websites and catalogs. This Japanese-inspired interior design style is centered on the widely-known principle of ‘less is more. Ultimately defined by a sense of functionality, uncomplicated forms, clean lines, and simple finishes, it creates a simplistic yet stylish look that helps enhance the livability of the space by highlighting the central purpose of the room. 

The minimal design is attractive to empty spaces and, as such, lays a massive emphasis on decluttering/purging, which is said to help reduce stress. When employing this style, you should be sure to bet big on streamlined and simple furniture, not taking up too much space but still very functional. Another key to this design style is that there is no room for patterns to take place. Of course, a room with only solid colors and no texture would be incredibly drab. Please incorporate textures as those will be one of the significant complementary factors in creating your space. Investing in accent elements like dominating artwork, quality fixtures, and pieces of light as décor elements is crucial in creating a standout minimalistic design in 2022.

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17. 2022 Interior Designs That Are Bringing Nature Indoors. 

If you have a nature-inspired design for next year in mind when it comes to your home decor by bringing authentic greenery into your home, then read this. Not only will plants complement the natural woods and warm browns in your home, but they will also help purify the air naturally. Seeing your plants grow and bloom can also bring a deep sense of fulfillment and joy to your everyday life. It’s important to remember, though, to do your research before buying your favorite plants. This is because some plants will simply do better than others and are easier to care for. 

Some plants you may want to consider adding to your home design include the Sweetheart Plant, a versatile climber that is happy in semi to full-shaded rooms. The Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree is a hardy and beautiful bushy tree that needs sunny rooms and weekly watering. Monsteras are a large family of plants with unique cut-out-shaped leaves that can thrive in low-lit interiors. Snake Plants are rumored to absorb negativity and also prosper in indirect sunlight with infrequent watering. Another good choice is the Palm, another family with a wide variety of big and small plants that flourish in partial sun. 

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16. Bring The ’70s Retro Look Back Into Your Home. 

Are you looking to spruce up your home with a touch of retro? Look no further for ideas to bring the ’70s back into your home in 2022. Gentle suggestions such as moss greens, burnt orange, and other warm neutral colors help to brighten up-and-coming interiors. When looking for things to add to your home for this unique look, plenty of shopping places won’t break the bank. Stop at your local flea market for these pops of color and patterns, or search for a vintage couch you can reupholster. It’s one thing to love the retro interior design trend, but finding the perfect piece of decor for your home is another thing. 

Some quick tips on securing a vintage touch to your interior design in 2022 are to visit local antique shops, markets, and fairs routinely. Perseverance is key to finding just what you are looking for at a price that suits you. Keep an eye out for lesser-known brands. Not only are popular names harder to acquire, but they also tend to cost more too. Attending an estate sale or antique auction with a friend is another way to go. You will, of course, need to visit more than one even to make sure you can spot swollen prices ahead of time. You can also buy vintage furniture online. However, with that said, you will want to stick to trusted websites such as Chairish or 1st Dibs, to avoid the risks of online shopping. 

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15. Things To Remember When Decorating A Home Office.

There happens to be a heightened interest when it comes to creating the ideal home office. Home offices come in all sizes and shapes, from a spacious room with everything you need out in the open to a foldaway desk set up in the living room. Whatever look you are going for, the aim is to make that space work for you. When designing your own office, please keep in mind that practicality, functionality, and aesthetics are all equally important. But whatever the size, style, and shape you are looking for when it comes to your home office design for 2022, your office will need a few basic things to be a productive space. 

When incorporating the office trend into your design, be mindful of some of these points, such as location, equipment, color, decor, and storage. Ideally, your workspace should be in a quiet area in your home. If you can’t have a whole room, a foldaway desk put into a guest room can also work just as well. Ensure to include everything you will need to work efficiently, but without indulging in things that will only clutter up the space. Look for calm colors and help focus the mind, like subtle greens, blues, and neutrals. Avoid very bright hues for the room. You can include wall art, fun rugs, plants, striking shelving for the decor while avoiding clutter. A home office needs to be an organized space with sufficient storage that will help keep things neat and in their place, too. 

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14. Try Sticking To Sustainable And Organic Materials.

Home decor trends in 2022 are seeing a movement that is leaning towards maximizing glass. For example, oversized pendants and walls are among the many ways to show off the ass. While keeping this in mind, try to mirror nature and do away with plastic as best you can. Sustainability is trending in interior design, but it is also a decidedly long-term approach when it comes to a greener design. 

You can do some things to give your home a trendy look while sticking to more organic and sustainable materials. Choose eco-friendly materials, including recycled, reused, or other materials from certified sustainable sources, including reclaimed wood, bioglass, jute, and recycled metal. You will want to opt for an energy-efficient design that reduces the need for heating, lighting, and appliances. Try sticking with green finishes. Minimize your ecological footprint by choosing paints with tags that say “non-toxic,” “low-biocide,” or “milk.” 

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13. Get Furniture That Just Makes Sense.

There is a strong movement in 2022 interior designs that go towards multifunctional spaces. It is no wonder that the design in furniture follows suit when it comes to being multifunctional. The flow of a home depends largely on the elements within its structure, after all. If you can cater to intimate social gatherings and reading nooks all in one space, the better the room can be. There is such a thing as smart furniture, although it may sound weird. 

Inevitably, smart furniture includes pieces with integrated technology or design with multiple functions in mind. Accent tables, for example, can also house speakers and controls. At the same time, there is shelving that is remote controlled that can slide open to reveal a television. Some other popular items that can be added to your home include multi corners couches, sculptural storage, and surfaces, as well as speakers that even double as home decor. Not only do these things have multiple purposes, but the beauty is also stylish and trendy. 

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12. Add Some Botanical Print To Your 2022 Interior Design.

Prints that mimic the natural world’s energy, pattern, and colors are a great way to achieve the look of your interior designs. They reflect the view from your windows and create a superb integration between the indoors and the outdoors. So why not represent what is outside, inside? Use botanical prints of leaves, trees, plants, or flowers on fabric and walls. There are many different shapes, sizes, and colors to choose from. You can even mix it up a little if you want. 

Are feeling a bit adventurous when it comes to the interior design of your home? Paper an entire wall in your bedroom or living room with bold prints. Also, upholstering your sofa with fun botanical fabrics will give the room a more lively look. You can always start small if you don’t want to go all out just yet, though. Play with the fabrics for scatter cushions with a bright floral, or simply make a feature wall with framed prints of nature or patterns from the outside world.

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11. Pay Attention To Textures And Materials In Your Home.

There is a way that you can move physically closer to nature without actually living outdoors. You can achieve this by integrating natural textures and materials into your indoor space. You can do this by adding wood, stone, cork, seagrass, bamboo, marble, sisal, and cotton or linen into your interior design for 2022. Of course, wood is beautifully versatile and can be used in anything from flooring to furniture. Think of knotted wood shelves, smooth oak tables, or even reclaimed pieces used experimentally. While wooden floors may seem to be the most obvious choice, you don’t have to pull up all of your carpets to bring natural materials into your home. 

You can always start small to achieve this look by draping your bed with cotton or linens, letting a rattan chair be the feature piece of a cozy reading corner, or even using wicker baskets for storage. If you are looking for a good compromise between carpet and hardwood flooring, seagrass or sisal rugs are a fantastic option. You can collect an exterior element while walking on the beach or through the countryside and feature it in your home. Think pearly seashells, driftwood, shapely stones, or pinecones. Anything that captures the essence of the natural world would work perfectly in your home. 

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10. Incorporate Furniture With Curvy Edges To Your 2022 Home Decor.

You may think furniture with sharp edges fits into corners and other spaces better, which is true but have you ever thought about furniture with curves? The curvy furniture design trend for 2022 has survived the pandemic and also thrived. Decor and furniture with softer edges are more forgiving and feminine. They don’t give off a scary, more serious look like furniture with sharp corners and edges. Something else to consider, too, is that it doesn’t hurt as bad running into the edge of a coffee table if the corners are curved, which is a plus. 

Curved angles can complement the room more while giving the room a bit of a romantic feel. Rounded furniture is also another heirloom from the modern era that seems to be making a comeback. This time around, however, the curve extends beyond sumptuous C-shaped sofas to include anything from soft edge tables to reimagined contemporary chairs. Not only do they look good and complement any room, but they also help bring lightness and romance into the interiors they are in. 

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9. Don’t Forget About The Classic Velvet Soft Furniture. 

Let’s start by saying that textiles also support softer shapes, and not just with curved edges. Take velvet, for instance. It’s a plush material that can instantly elevate any interior design. It is an inviting fabric for any living space such as the living room, den, or even the bedroom. You can let your velvet furniture or even pillows or blankets speak up in a single bold tone or mute it with smaller soft accents that are calmer. You can also always contrast the softness with smooth scatter pillows or even with metal accents. 

Stepping away from drastic and bold styles, the velvet will bring a luxurious touch to moderate and refined home interiors in 2022. This soft material will likely be equally at home in minimal and organic spaces, as well. In turn, this addition of material will help add warmth to any style that could make the house feel cold or unwelcome. No one wants a home that doesn’t feel like home, warm and inviting, right?

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8. Floor Patterns That Will Be Trendy In Homes In 2022.

Another replay of the hottest trends of the modern era is herringbone floors. Not just these floors, but many geometric patterned floors are making a comeback in home decor trends for 2022. Stick to a neutral color palette to let the shapes do the talking. This will help to pull off a large-scale pattern. The resurfacing of old favorites set against contemporary lines showcases the contrast at its best. A play of opposites in interior design is beautiful, and it adds flair to the room. 

The reason it’s so wonderful and makes a room pop is because the stark difference emphasizes the character and quality of the separate parts. With contemporary design moving forward in 2022 home trends, beloved classics will come back to provide visually exceptional support in any room. While it’s quite easy to fall in love with trendy colors, as we all know, be mindful of creating a cohesive scheme. Everything from large accents in the room, all the way down to the smallest finish, needs a curated touch without being too hard on the eyes. 

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7. Create Outdoor Rooms As Part Of Your 2022 Home Trend.

Outdoor living areas used to be one of the last topics discussed when designing the home interiors. By the time homeowners would think about styling their outdoor rooms, they would usually have run out of money or suffered from a serious case of decision fatigue. The pandemic, however, has changed the priority this part of the house takes. More money is being spent on outdoor living at the onset of every new residential project, which doesn’t look like this will be waning in 2022. Patios and backyards are also being treated more like indoor spaces. 

With further innovation and investment in performance fabrics that can be used both indoors and out, outdoor furniture is more luxurious and beautiful than ever before. The backyard, patio, or enclosed porch can act as a center point for gatherings and relaxation. Outdoor spaces aren’t just equipped with a lone grill or minuscule bar space anymore. The pandemic has helped people realize how convenient outdoor spaces are when it comes to parties outdoors. You can bring the inside-outside and make it look great and feel cozy for everyone.

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6. Think Outside The Box When Adding Decor To Your Home.

You don’t always have to think inside the box when it comes to home decor in 2022. Sometimes it works to think outside the box when decorating any sort of thing. Something to consider would be rattan furniture. It incorporates a weaving technique that dates back to ancient times, but the style was revived and achieved widespread popularity in the ’60s and ’70s. The lightweight and laidback look to many people today. Wicker and rattan pieces are once again in high demand for many interior home designs these days. 

Rattan and wicker furniture are both perfect materials to bring in a little depth, texture, and fun into the crispness that has permeated new homes and construction for the past few years. Anyone can easily incorporate pieces into various decorating styles to give a vibe that gives out both contemporary and nostalgic feelings. You can usually find these types of furniture in the garden furniture sections at most stores. Who says that they can only be used out in the garden? They can add an accent to any interior room and are quite trendy. Add a couple of lush pillows to a chair or couch to add flair to the room. 

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5. Let’s Go Back To Nature.

When it comes to coloring your home, draw inspiration from Mother Nature herself. No, that doesn’t mean just green either. The goal is to aim for shades that inspire the sense of space, grounding, and peace you get in the great outdoors. Nature’s color palette is beautiful and broad, too, so you are not limited in your color choices, either. Think about terracotta ochres that are earthy and grounding mocha, rich shades of burnt orange, and beige tinged with sage or minty green, reminiscent of trees and soil. 

Using colors effectively absolutely does not mean that you need to repaint all the walls throughout your home. You could certainly add some splashes of color with paint, but even introducing natural tones in artwork, furniture, and fabrics can do the trick, too. Again, it’s good to think outside the box when it comes to decorating the inside of your home. It’s also good to think outside the box when it comes to incorporating a nature-themed scheme into your home, as well. Remember, you are not limited to only greens and leafy things when thinking of nature.

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4. Bring In Some Lightness To Your 2022 Home Trend.

The zen look and feel for home interiors in 2022 are becoming a thing we notice with many people’s choices in decor and design. Zen style interior design is all about lightness, both in terms of visual complexity and physical weight. Minimal, light, and floating forms tend to have a calming effect on most people’s minds. From individual decor pieces to the overall spatial designs of the room in your home, ditch all the extra weight and unnecessary clutter and follow the less is more saying. 

There are many ways that you can achieve lightness throughout your home using simple variations in traditional decor. Such as opting for light bamboo furniture instead of heavier solid pieces or translucent separator screens instead of heavy opaque doors are a couple of examples. When it comes to plants, thin, long-stemmed varieties like bamboos even tend to be lighter on the eyes, as well. Sticking to lighter colors when decorating your home to give it a zen vibe will help the look, too. 

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3. Going Green Is In Style.

If you have been following the always highly anticipated Color of the Year announcements for major paint companies, and even if you don’t follow the fashion news, it has been noticed that a stark trend is happening. Every paint company is touting all shades of green. This comes as no surprise, though, as designers have mentioned previously just how much we are all inspired by nature right now, which isn’t a bad thing at all. As mentioned above, we also love more diverse hues, like emerald green and chartreuse, to bring the outdoors in. 

Going green also doesn’t just mean the color, either. It was noted that there is a gravitation towards green practices and will continue to focus on incorporating healthy building materials into the home. These include using sealants on floors instead of stains, such as opting for tiled walls in heavily used bathrooms instead of wallpaper or paint. Also, adding reverse osmosis systems in the faucet to improve the water quality, as well, helps to go green in your home. Anything with a design that was gaining traction in pre-pandemic times has only amplified as we all began to worry more about air circulation and quality, environmental toxins, and our health in the spring of 2020. 

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2. Go For Open Space And A Hero Piece. 

The arena of refinement, simplicity, and a deft hand at punctuality and elegance is what makes an interior design style minimal. A combination of open space and natural light greets the room with minimal elegance. It helps to keep the house’s interior looking clean and welcoming without being overwhelmed with furniture and bright colors everywhere you look. This look involved the use of bare essentials to help create an uncluttered and simple space. This is a fantastic design for those who live the minimalist lifestyle for 2022.

One thing you should not assume, though, is that minimalist interior design is all about keeping it uneventful. Because on the contrary, a standout work of art, also known as a hero piece, like an oversized piece of furniture or a painting in a bold hue, may work as a wonderful anchor for your room’s muted design. You can be a minimalist without your home looking so plain and boring. You can find such things at a flea market, thrift store, or even a garage sale. Just keep your eyes open for them. 

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1. Embracing Bold Colors And Patterns In Your Home Decor. 

Over the last few months, it has been noticed that high-end clients have been starting to embrace color in their interior home designs. Over time, home design trends have shifted based on the economy, which is expected, right? When things don’t look so good, homeowners are more conservative by using more brown and gray tones because they have staying power. When things are looking up, people seem more apt to use color and pattern because they can easily be changed. Moody-hued rooms across the house will have the stage after dramatic and dark kitchens reigned supreme in 2021. Vibrant colors are making a stand and are becoming trendy now, too. 

It seems that everyone is going bold these days throughout their home interior with strong yellows and burgundies, hunter greens, and bright blues combined with plaids, stripes, and checks, all in a playful sort of folk art feel. When it comes to pattern, mini floral prints are becoming quite popular, especially while mixing retro-inspired colors and prints. It used to be that floral print was too “old-fashioned” in many people’s opinions, but now that has changed. You can even layer different florals on the same piece of furniture with colors that compliment each other. Hopefully, we will see more appreciation as time goes on for beautifully crafted textiles in 2022.

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