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Interior Design Trends to know for 2022

What’s in and What’s Out

The start of a new year heralds the opportunity to update your home and aesthetics to not only match the season, but how you feel. We have all spent so much time in our homes and there was definitely a movement last year for home improvements, but 2022 sees the next stage of this by embracing multi-functional homes, garden rooms, nature and sustainability.

Multi-functional Living

Striking that balance with work, exercise and relaxation. So there is more of the home office trends coming through, as well as great study spaces for children. Home gyms in the garden, or turning over a space/room to exercise is a big theme this year.

Living room sofa and lights

Garden Rooms

Creating an outdoor room is big this year. Think dining spaces that are sheltered, comfy and inviting. As we continue to spend more time outdoors, our outdoor rooms will become more sophisticated as our gardens and patios become true extensions of our interior décor.

Use outdoor lighting, cushions, throws, scented plants – go all out on the ultimate outdoor space.

Ourdoor dining set and fire pit

Vintage and Sustainable Accents

This year, sustainability is continuing to trend. People are really looking at juxtaposing vintage or antique furniture with new. Looking for timeless pieces that express the home owner’s personality. Vintage pieces can become the lead protagonist in a room, with the power to demonstrate the character and feel of a home.

What is the most wonderful about reusing or repurposing preloved furniture, is the reduction of carbon footprints.

Sculptural Furniture

Softer shapes and angles are emerging this year in a big way. Curves and deep luxurious seats are very on trend, reflecting our need for softer more relaxing elements to our homes.

Wave Coffee Table in Living room setting

What’s out?

Minimalism is finally on the way out. Sometimes having too much white and clean lines can make a home feel cold and characterless. Introducing pieces of character immediate elevate a space. The other interesting thing that is on the way out is open plan. Now that we have lived with more than a year of doing everything at home, people are looking to be able to shut doors on spaces. Dining rooms are making a comeback for example, because we are entertaining so much more at home, and no one wants to see all the dishes piled up while you are eating with your guests.

Kissing couple bronze statue
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