Interior design trends 2022 turn out to be Instagram-worthy looks that you will surely want to replicate in your home. In the coming year, design will be comfortable with current fashion that will go a long way, some old ones that make a comeback and timeless classics that hold strong.
1. A nod to natural elements – Wood, greenery, natural light, texture and warmth that come from nature can not be replicated by anything human created. These elements also facilitate an indoor space a lot in the sense that a walk in the woods calms the soul. With so much more time spent at home, it’s no secret that people want to enhance the relaxation and calm feeling in their homes, and we will see more elements evoking these feelings through natural elements such as wood tones, plants, green tones, and marbling. Interior of white oak with curves gives a fresh and soft wavy feeling. From curved corners within walls and cabinets to curved backs on sofas, dining chairs and arched cabinets, the angular interior line softens.
2. Colorful kitchen In the midst of the pandemic, our design choices have revolved around counteracting instability and uncertainty – the use of comforting neutral colors and cozy soft furniture to cocoon ourselves. But as we slowly emerge, with a sense of hope and positivity for the future, bright and optimistic color combinations throughout the home will become more appealing. Although it is easy to fall in love with trendy colors, pay attention to creating a coherent scheme. Everything from large accents, all the way down to the smallest finish, needs a cured touch.
Bold patterns and colors – We expect to see a lot of bold colors and patterns reminiscent of the 60s and 70s, and green in all shades as we continue to take it outdoors. In addition, a neutral color base opens up a variety of possibilities for your home decor. By sticking to basic shades, you always have a forgiving canvas. Choose colors that make your ingredients feel at home. Think stone gray, tinted black and off-white.
Durability – Sustainability has become a big issue for everyone, as it should be. Investigating the sustainability of everything is a must and it is really great that so many designers are trying to learn what the best materials are to use for the long-term health of our ecosystem.
5. Smarter furniture – There is a strong movement towards multifunctional spaces. It is no wonder that furniture design follows. After all, the flow of a home depends largely on the elements of its structure. And if you can accommodate intimate social gatherings and reading rooms in one space, it’s all the better.