Get ready to create the perfect on trend home as we dive into the top home design trends of 2022. From new looks to retro throwbacks there will be something that everyone can vibe with on this list.
Textiles are big in 2022. Leather brings a luxurious touch to the room, whether faux or real. Leather is something you can dress up with accessories. A fluffy pillow or a soft throw instantly transform the piece. You can personalize your space by sticking with the classics, brown, black, or gray, or mix it up with a cool cabernet. The biggest bonus, leather will withstand the test of time.
2. Nature Inspired
Bring out your inner plant mom and get on trend with nature inspired rooms. Earth tones, natural sustainable materials, and actual greenery are giving us all the feels. Plants not only compliment your space, but they also purify your air.
Some of our go-to plants to add in are Fiddle Leaf Fig Trees, Palms, Monsteras, and Snake Plants.
3. Upscale Outdoor Furniture
If the pandemic did anything positive (big if), it was making us appreciate the space we have been given. Creating your own backyard oasis is one way to instantly bring peace and joy to your home. Elevated, upscale outdoor furniture will revival the best interior designs. Comfort, relaxation, and entertainment are the emphasis with these gorgeous pieces.
4. Browns & Earth Tones
Right in line with nature inspired themes are browns and earth tones. Take your favorite landscape photo and turn your home into it. Wood tones, grays, and tinted blacks are great places to start. If you need more color, think rust, navy, sage, and teracotta.
5. Curved Edges
The curvy furniture design trend 2022 is one that has more than survived the pandemic, it thrived. Furniture and decor with softer edges are both feminine and forgiving. The curve can complement angled pieces more, while giving a romantic feel to a room.
6. All Over Color
This one isn’t for the faint of heart, but the all over color trend really packs a punch when done correctly. With this trend, the trim, doors, walls, and ceiling all get splashed with the same paint color. This is also a handy trick for making small rooms look larger or lower ceilings appear higher.
7. 70's Retro Throwbacks
Who doesn’t love a little bit of retro? Gentle suggestions of burnt orange, moss greens, and other warm neutrals brighten up-and-coming interiors. Finding these pieces can be challenging, but also an adventure. Check out local auctions and estate sales or stop by your favorite flee market or antique shop. You never know what treasure you might find.
What do you love about all of these trends? They are attenable with even the tightest of budgets. you can find yourself in a whole new space with just some simple changes.
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