8 Interior Design Trends for 2022





Living room with wicker light fixtures.


Comfort and durability have become important elements of home interiors as we continue to spend more time in our homes due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Curved shapes, textures, and nature-inspired interiors are all trending in 2022. Basically anything that is comfortable, sustainable, warm, and durable is in.


Here are the latest interior design trends you can use in your home interior design projects:


Color Scheme

Darker color hues and warm colors such as earth color schemes (orange rusty, emerald green, sage, mustard yellow, pistachio, brown, camel, violet-red, caramel, cognac, bronze) are dominant this year. Dark paint can make a big impact in spaces large or small. These colors will make their way into our home decor this year and you will see them pop up everywhere. Bring these colors into your design space by updating your home interior paint color scheme, furniture, window treatments, accessories, and floor coverings.

 

Multi-Purpose Spaces

The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted the way we use our total home areas and has forced us to use our homes in more multi-functional ways. With many people still temporarily or permanently working from their home and with no sign of going back to normal for a while, the way we use our homes has changed significantly. We will be finding ways to redesign our homes and include furniture pieces that help reestablish balance and augment the use of each space.


Living room with orange couch and laptop work area.


Having open space layout for your kitchen and living room isn't as comfortable anymore as it may have been before the start of the pandemic. Open-floor plans have proven to be less functional than divided spaces. Ultimately, the lack of privacy with open floor plans leads to a lack of functionality and productivity. Rooms will be re-designed for double duty. As people spend more time in their homes, they expect their home space to work harder for them. Our rooms now see daily multifunctional use, and people are customizing them to provide flexible and adaptive living spaces.


Multifunctional and Versatile Furniture 

Versatility with multifunctional and unmatched furniture pieces and styles is going to be a trend going into 2022 as we’ll see spaces and furniture pieces have more than one use. Expect to see more convertible furniture used in home interiors. Multifunctional furniture pieces that allow for a lot of flexibility are likely going to continue to be in demand as you might still be working from home and your kids might still be learning from home sometimes. The COVID-19 pandemic has led us to reimagine how we use spaces in our homes.



Granny Chic Design Style

Granny chic design and decor style also known as Grandmillennial style is showing up all over the place. This design style features decor pieces we used to see around our grandma’s house such as floral wallpaper, heavy floral prints, antique paintings, crocheted blankets, retro furnishings such as quilts, and chandeliers. You can find granny chic décor accessories in flea markets and vintage furniture stores. Adding granny-chic design style to your home can be easily achieved.


Natural materials

Natural materials like wicker and rattan have been trendy for a while now; they bring warmth and comfort to your home décor. You can see these materials on furniture, window treatments, and lighting fixtures. Add wood moldings and wainscoting to warm up your design space. To accomplish a warm, comfy, and layered appearance with your furniture and accessories. Use materials such as natural stone, leather, wood, rattan, cotton, wool, and metal.


Bringing Nature Inside

With more time spent indoors than ever before, we’re all looking to strengthen our connection with nature. Bringing nature inside adds liveliness and color to any home décor. Nature-inspired surfaces such as stoneware, terracotta, marble, cork, and travertine are being used everywhere from backsplashes to bathtubs, furniture, and decorative objects. 


Living room with plants and ottomans.


Unmatched Furniture Styles 

Combining unmatched furniture styles will be popular in 2022. Popular combinations include matching soft, curvy furniture styles such as antiques and vintage pieces into our home with new modern hardware or modernization a traditional lamp with a cute, modern shade. Curved shapes have a soothing energy and make a design space feel instantly more cozy and safe. They give your home a soft and natural look. 


Sustainable Materials

Using sustainable materials for interior design projects continues to be popular in 2022. Sustainability has become very important for everyone. It is now a selling feature when it comes to attracting the attention of homebuyers. Sustainable furnishings, accessories, flooring and architectural features made from reclaimed wood, cork, bamboo, glass, and recycled plastic will continue to increase in popularity.


Use these interior design trends in your interior design projects to add more flexibility and functionality to your design space. Always make sure that any new interior design trend you use in your home fits well with the overall design of your home.





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