Home Decor Trend Predictions for 2022
While you may be listing out your New Year’s Resolutions, our team is researching the greatest Home Decor Trend Predictions for 2022. It’s a great time to be ahead of the curve and add some elements that will make your space feel fresh, fun, and functional. Check out the list of top decor trend predictions below and let us know if you’d like to add some pizzazz to your rental or have our expert home maintenance team assist in the process!
When asked the number one interior trend predicted for 2022, the overwhelming consensus was an emphasis on natural elements. Whether it be creating calming environments with natural lighting and ventilation, incorporating plants and creating a visual connection with nature, or a forest green statement wall. 2022 will see more designs bringing in those muted nature colors such as leafy greens, bark browns, ocean and sky blues, sandy beiges, cloudy whites, and more into the home.
Seventies decor and colors are back and groovier than ever! Expect to see more terracotta, teal, sage, and mustard colors. With lots of mid-century modern furniture trademarks — peg legs on cabinets and tables, teakwood tones, and highly textured fabrics.
Emphasis on Home Classroom/Office
Of course, by now we all understand the functionality and importance of a place to work from home. This year, we will see a rise in making specific spaces for these home offices and classrooms to not only just make them somewhere to focus but somewhere to thrive. That starts with an updated interior.
This trend is really a win/win because it’s environmentally conscious and sustainable AND you get to avoid any shipping delays! Expect to see English roll arm sofas, wingbacks, simple dining tables based on antique styles and pieces with detail and some history. Thrift stores will be your friend!
Colorful Window Treatments
In 2022, we’re going to see a lot of color and patterns, especially within window treatments. They play a key role within design because they are the jewelry of the room and can really make an impact. Whether it be drapery, shades or sheers, patterns with a burst of two to three colors will play a strong role in design next year.
Even the most basic neutral palettes can feel layered and exceptional when lots of different textures are incorporated. In the coming year, mastering that mix is going to be paramount. Various textures can really add depth to any space.
Our passports may be collecting cobwebs as of late, but that doesn’t mean that our homes can’t be a transportive experience all their own. You will see many take inspiration from their favorite vacation spot, or dream location. Like Parisian furniture, English kitchens, Italian outdoor dining areas, and of course… anything beach for our favorite paradise, Anna Maria Island!
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