New year, new look. The start of each new year brings with it the promise of growth and endless opportunities. Those opportunities are a little less endless in 2022. With the pandemic still raging on in most parts of the world, we have all had to find creative ways to adjust to our “new normal”.
Make your home a stylish space by following some of the biggest home trends of 2022. The top five are listed below, so sit up and take note – you’ll be glad that you did when your home is the talk of the town.
Stop And Smell The Roses
In previous years, the Organic home trend has all but dominated the design headlines. 2022 is doing things a little bit differently. While everyone still absolutely adores all things sustainable and renewable, we’re happy to add a bit of color into the mix.
That is where roses will stand out this year, think of all things rose-inspired. From rosy terracotta’s to rose-colored velvet chairs. 2022 will be all about a new kind of Organic; it’ll be more colorful but still retain the colors inspired by nature.
Rich Chocolate Hues
Embrace rich chocolate browns and camel colors for your interiors this year. This tip applies to wall colors as well as furniture items and soft décor items like scatter cushions and throws. The warmer tones of the chocolate palette are more welcoming than last year’s oversaturation of 50 shades of gray.
Chocolate colors can be used in any space, including in the perfect dining room. Brown colors are the best way to accent your design space this year.
For the trendiest living space, choose a modular apartment sofa. Modular sofas are perfect for every living space, from man-caves to functional family rooms – a modular sofa has you covered. These sofas are wonderfully versatile, super stylish and extraordinarily comfortable, all at once.
A modular sofa can be customized for you and your home, which means you can create the perfect combination in numerous styles and colors. Choose between fabric or leather to suit your unique style profile.
Canopy beds will be all the rage this year. This classic style of bed not only looks great, but they are practical as well. Being able to enclose your bed in extra linens will help to block out sunlight during summer so that you can sleep in on the weekends.
Canopy beds were designed to conserve warmth and add privacy to the sleeping space – which is two great reasons even in today’s modern world. These are the in-thing for 2022, which could be due to the overwhelmingly popular scenes in Bridgerton – either way, we’re here for them.
High-end designers have embraced the reworked vintage look when decorating a house. Think “something old and something new”, that is the best way to combine your favorite heirloom family pieces with their modern-day counterparts.
This stylish period mashup will have everyone coming back for more. That is the perfect excuse to hit up your local second-hand shop and find something perfect if your family is not the heirloom type.0