The Interior Design Trends in 2022

You’ll be tempted to try all these decorating ideas; from 70s-inspired paint colors to curved furniture.

As the year winds down, interior designers predict the home design trends that we can expect to see in the months ahead. Last year’s home décor was all about blending style and practicality.

What’s ahead in 2022?

From new color palettes to unique furniture choices, the perfect time to get inspired.

Bold Patterns and Colors

Patterns reminiscent of the 60s and 70s and bold colors, especially green in all shades, will continue to bring the outdoors in and replace the grey tones we kept looking at last year.

Biophilic Design

Regaining connection to the natural world using biophilic design principles, meaning there will be an emphasis on creating calming environments with natural lighting and ventilation, incorporating plants, and creating a visual connection with nature.

Sustainability

As it should, sustainability has become a major issue for everyone. Designers now search and learn what the best materials to use for the long-term health of our ecosystem are. Luckily, there are a lot of options from which we and the designers can choose.

Sustainability

As it should, sustainability has become a major issue for everyone. Designers now search and learn what the best materials to use for the long-term health of our ecosystem are. Luckily, there are a lot of options from which we and the designers can choose.

Traditional Details

Traditional details are making a big comeback in 2022. More and more people are craving a sense of comfort, timelessness, or even a bit of nostalgia in their homes during these changes around the world over the past few years. From pattern mixing, skirted or flanged furniture, and the incorporation of antique pieces, this new year is all about honoring our roots.

1970s Décor Inspiration

Colors and seventies décor is back. Sage, mustard, and terracotta colors will be seen a lot more as well as the mid-century furniture trademarks – teak wood tones, highly textured fabrics, and peg legs on tables and cabinets.

Returning to tradition

A lot more natural materials will become popular again, such as real wood, linens, marble, and mohair. Generally, things that feel nicer to touch and the ones that are organic. Included also will be wingbacks, pieces with some history and details. English roll arm sofas and simple dining tables based on antique styles.

Lasting style

The return to lasting style is the trend for 2022. Developing a personal, lasting style is not only unique and beautiful but also good for the environment, especially as we are seeing the effects of our “buy it and throw it away” consumerism on our planet.

Mindful Spaces

Spaces with personal ties to interests and the ones that carry personality traits, hobbies, and pleasures of their owners will bring a deeper awareness of our spaces and the impact they have on our wellbeing and emotions.

Multifunctional Spaces

Especially after the past year, people are starting to understand that they can live far less with what they have been living with. We’re on a trend of downsizing and becoming more creative with creating multifunctional spaces; for example, creating an office-workout room.

Rooms for homework

These rooms are equipped with high-speed Wi-Fi, interactive smartboards, and plenty of plug-in outlets. What is great is that they can later be repurposed for an adult’s home office or startup headquarters. With the world turning, people may continue to opt for more private spaces instead of full classroom settings.

Curved Furnishings

From curved corners within walls and cabinets to curved backs of sofas, arched cabinets, and dining chairs, the angular line of furnishing is softening.

Bringing the Outdoors In

More and more people are enhancing their outdoor living spaces which translates to stylish outdoor furniture. Outdoor living spaces are more intentionally designed and don’t sacrifice style. Practically they are expanding the living and entertaining space in the home.

Colorful Window Treatments

Lots of patterns and colors will be seen in 2022, especially when it comes to window treatments. It is considered as the jewelry of the room and plays a key role within design and, can make an impact.

A strong role in design will play shades or sheers, patterns with multiple colors, or draperies.

Very Peri: Pantone’s 2022 Color of the Year

A bold blue with a violet-red undertone, this shade will show up in everything from decor to furniture.

3D Art

Any art that pops right off the wall and can be configured in different ways is going to be very popular. If you are looking to add life, intrigue, and, whimsy to flat walls, 3D art will be your go-to.