Welcome to 2022, friends! We’re about to enter another year, and that means that it’s time to take a look at the most popular trends. The past two years have been a bit wild and unpredictably. This is evident in the interior design and fashion landscape in no way. So, let’s take a peek at what we can anticipate to be the most significant 2022 trends in interior design.
Let’s dive into the current fashions!
The highest standards of interior design tend to stray from the trend at the moment every time. It’s all about making something that you love and expresses your personality. This blog post is intended to keep you up-to with the latest developments in home décor and hopefully encourage you to implement something that is new to you at home.
2022 interior design trends #1: soft, organic shapes
The trend toward organic forms is a trend that has been occurring over the past couple of years, but I believe it’s going to really make some waves by 2022.
We are likely to continue to see a shift away from sharp, rigid designs in architecture and furniture. Instead, soft edges, natural asymmetry and curves will be brought to the top of the list.
In the interior it can be seen as a lot of arches crown moldings that give the appearance of rounded corners and whimsical staircases and much more.
In the realm of furniture We’ll see the softly rounded sofas and coffee tables will continue to be popular. Alongside this, I’m thinking that this year will see additional accent pieces such as rug, bookshelves, and light fixtures adopt the more natural, gentle form too.
All of this boils down to the feeling of comfort and a denial of rigidity and traditional.
2022 interior design trends #2: busy, natural minimalism
I believe trends are shifting towards more character however minimalism will not be gone. This is why I think the idea of a natural, busy minimalism will be a big trend throughout the coming year.
The trend is all about reducing the quantity of objects within a room, but an abundance in the style of the objects in the space. The craziness may be due to texture in the fabric as well as in woodgrain in walls and flooring. It may also be a natural business, in the form of plants scattered throughout.
The outcome of this trend is calming but energizing areas. It’s also a fantastic way to bridge the gap between minimalistism and a more opulent style.
2022 interior design trends #3: architectural interest
In a way, it is a continuation of the previous trend even those who prefer minimalist designs want to add to add a bit of excitement. One way to generate interest by using minimalist or maximalist décor is to use architectural accents.
In the years 2020 and 2021 we saw an increase in projects that are DIY “architecture” project. Imagine mantels, fireplaces and arches made by DIY. on bookcases and doors even, faux architectural illusions made with paint. The trend is set to increase.
Many people don’t want to embellish an uninteresting box. They’d like a plain space to impress them. Expect more symmetry and distinctive aspects of the interior design, whether it’s you build it yourself or by hiring a professional.
2022 interior design trends #4: lasting staple pieces
Sustainability is, in general trending. This means that the ever-changing furniture pieces isn’t the trend for this year. Instead, I believe that consumers will invest in more durable furniture pieces that will last for a long time and can be adapted to changing styles.
Furniture that is affordable, mass-produced, and manufactured from stores such as Ikea have been a huge hit over the past few years. It has allowed people to experiment and repurpose furniture at any time they wanted to alter it, or when they moved. Now, we’ll be seeing that the consumption of furniture slows down. The reason is efforts for sustainability as well as delays in shipping and the general acceptance of basic pieces of furniture once more.
However, this doesn’t mean that these fun accent pieces will disappear. However, we might be seeing people securing big pieces of furniture like tables, couches etc. instead of purchasing furniture that is disposable.
It could also spark people’s love for the thrift market and classic pieces from the past. Everybody is beginning to recognize the high-end craftsmanship of the past.
Top interior design colors in 2022.
The general vibe of the colors of this year is inviting as well as inspiring and elegant. The hues that are likely to be in fashion in 2022’s interior design are vibrant and dusty pastels.
Naturally, Pantone’s color that year is Very Peri is an excellent indicator. The purple/blue color that has slight undertones of red provides just the right amount of calm and energy. It has a contemporary ambience that is very Gen Z.
Sage is a color I think will also be a huge color this year, particularly in kitchens. It’s basically my go-to neutral at the moment. It’s bright enough to stand out yet subtle enough to blend into everything. It’s in perfect harmony with the overall organic, natural design theme that is prevalent in many of the interior design trends for 2022.
The last but not least is cream.
We’re collectively over the bright white. Everyone wants a bit of warmth and comfort, and this is what cream can bring. It doesn’t matter if it’s a light color of cream on walls (Swiss Coffee is the most appropriate choice, isn’t it?) or a creamy white boucle We’ll soon be seeing it everywhere.
I am expecting to see many mixings of various kinds of cream, especially in bedrooms.
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