Up & Coming Interior Design Trends in 2022
From a designer's perspective, one exciting part of the job allows us to observe designs that are in demand and trending. For example in 2021, it was all about blending style and practicality as we all continued to spend more time in our homes. But what's ahead in 2022? Fret not as we have checked in with some of the most talented designers in the business to uncover the top interior design trends for the year ahead. From new color palettes to unique furniture choices, if your new year's resolution is to give your home a serious makeover, this is the perfect place to get inspired.
People are starting to understand that they can live with less, especially after the past year through the covid pandemic. People will start to downsize, or stay in their current homes and become creative with how their spaces can be multifunctional. For example: having your living room be part office. Or even a home cinema.
2. Biophilic Design
Again, after over a year of being shut inside, there has been — and will continue to be — a focus on regaining our connection to the natural world through the use of 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. Open concepts designs are a great way to do so.
3. Increasing Feature of 3D Art
People are looking to add whimsey, intrigue and life to flat walls as we continue to spend more time in our homes. Any art that pops right off the wall, and can be configured in different ways, is going to be very popular this year.
4. Designated Study/Work Rooms
As the world evolved from the covid situation, people may continue to opt out of full classroom settings and opt in for more private spaces and create 'mini corporate offices' for their smallest bosses. These rooms are equipped with interactive smart boards, high-speed WiFi and plenty of plug-in outlets. Homework rooms can also be repurposed later for a college student's startup headquarters or an adult's home office.
5. Self-care & Relaxation Rooms
Homeowners will be more willing to spend on the spaces and/or parts of their homes that are important to them.
“For example, if the homeowner enjoys baking, they’ll probably spend more on a kitchen island or maybe a more comfortable bedroom if that’s where they unwind, or even a smaller part of a room like a cosy corner or daybed area,” she says. “The reason why is because we’re working from home, and home is also a place for rest.”
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