Interior Design Trends 2022

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Interior Design Trends 2022

It’s been a long year, so we have good reason to rejoice when thinking of the interior design trends we love most for 2022 and onwards.

From the growing importance of sustainable materials to elegant elements and a celebration of individuality and uniqueness, our 2022 trend edit will provide you with a curated look that will bring your home into the New Year with sensational style.

INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS 2022

With many people’s attitudes on life-changing during 2021 and many wishing they could get away this year, we take a look ahead at the interior design trends for 2022.

  1. TAKE A MAXIMALIST APPROACH TO DECORATE

For those who love colorful decoration, this maximalist look channels the free-spirited essence of the celebrated Bloomsbury artists and their creative flair
. Bravely mix contrast patterns across a scheme, harmonizing the eclectic mix with different scales of print and one or two grounding common tones to pull all the patterns together. The Bloomsbury artists painted not only their 
walls but their furniture, too. Mix large-scale wall decor with small-scale decorative details to create playful layers.

  1. COMBINE CHECKS AND STRIPES

Everyone’s two favorite patterns combine for this fun new trend that mixes the classic check and stripe with new-season colors.

Mix and match patterns in different scales to create the right 
balance. In this bedroom, the delicately patterned cushions and eiderdown soften the effect of the stripes and checks on the wall and bed.

  1. SLIDE INTO SCULPTURAL FURNITURE

Carefully curated displays of shapely figures and organic forms take center stage, creating quiet drama in neutral spaces. As the striking furnishings and lighting in this living room show, sculptural can be beautiful and useful. For those with a love of ceramics, group pieces together behind glass or on a humble window shelf. Curved and shapely furniture and vessels draw the eye, inviting your gaze to dance across the space.

  1. BE BOLD WITH A PRIMARY PALETTE

We love this considered trend which gives interiors an artistic edge by using two primary colors against a muted palette. Here, a statement lamp with a big personality is the perfect way to bring color into an existing neutral space. And such vibrant color helps a piece to stand out from the crowd.

In larger spaces, wooden furniture and natural jute flooring is given a new lease of life with a sprinkling of bright primary interior colors.

  1. TRANSPORT YOURSELF TO WARMER CLIMES WITH A WALL MURAL

Adorning interiors with maximum escapism, tropical wall-coverings full of lively patterns, and dreamy, painterly scenes are just what interiors are craving this year. This ‘La Passion De Diego’ mural by Elitis featuring oversized Mexican plant life and a silhouette of Frida Kahlo has a woven pattern incorporated into the design to add texture and depth to balance the bold color.

  1. RUSTIC VOGUE – A SOPHISTICATED TAKE ON COTTAGECORE

This look is a crowd-pleaser, appealing to anyone who loves their modern home comforts but wants to inject some character details into their living spaces, too. It works ideally in homes that already have some exciting features, such as exposed beams, original floorboards, or paneled walls, but can equally be re-created with a considered balance of old and new pieces that work together in harmony.

Reclaimed wood is the core material that holds this look together – look for unique pieces that show plenty of grain and texture rather than items that are perfectly finished.

  1. COLOR IN WITH YELLOW AND GRAY

This year, Pantone took the unusual step of naming two colors as their shades of the year: Illuminating, a zingy yellow, and Ultimate Yellow, a pale gray.

‘The selection of two independent colors highlight how different elements come together to express a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting, conveying the idea that it’s not about one color or one person, it’s about more than one,’ says Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute.

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