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Changings in the Home Decoration | Trends of 2022

by Iqra Tariq January 24, 2022 3 min read

While we aren't major fans of trends (or rules, for that matter), we can all agree that some design shifts and new directions motivate us to change and adapt to our surroundings. To emulate the natural environment at home, we were drawn to organic materials like travertine, terracotta, and plaster this year. This will continue to be one of the most popular home décor trends in 2022.

With increasing time spent indoors, we're all yearning for that connection to Mother Nature to help us heal and recover from the inside out and to provide a welcome relief from the craziness outside our four walls!

Hence, every year, most interior designers predict what designs and interior design trends will be popular in the coming year. Leading creatives open up on the interior design trends they expect to see fade away by 2022.

Changings in Home Decoration 2022:

Because of the pandemic, we have observed considerable changes in every field of life. So, hence same happened with home decoration trends. Home décor no longer limits redesigning or replacement, but it is more about creativity and innovation. So, for 2022 mark your calendars and take some significant considerations about home decoration. Here are some key areas where we will observe a change throughout the year.  

Biophilic Designs:

After more than a year of being cooped up indoors, there has been and will continue to be a focus on regaining our connection to the natural world through the use of biophilic design principles, which means an emphasis on creating calming environments with natural lighting and ventilation, incorporating plants, and creating a visual connection with nature.

Maintain Sustainability:

Sustainability has become a severe issue for everyone. Examining the sustainability of everything is essential, and it's fantastic that so many designers are attempting to discover the finest materials to utilize for the long-term health of our environment. There's a lot to pick from, fortunately. So. keep in mind all the new trends and designs and implement on your interior. 

Bring 90s trend Back:

Colors and décor from the 1970s are making a comeback. More terracotta, sage, and mustard colors will be seen, as well as mid-century furniture hallmarks like peg legs on cabinets and tables, teak wood tones, and heavily textured fabrics.

Safe Color Palette:

Lime green, intense yellow, classic Kelly green, and sunset orange are spring/summer 2022 runway colors with distinct flavors. We adore how bold colors, layers, patterns, and sumptuous textiles are challenging the traditionally mainstream white and bright color palettes. So, be ready for the light and promising trends to take a back seat for the time being in 2022.

Insert Pet-Friendly Furniture:

You'll want something that won't sink in and a sturdy frame that won't warp in this scenario. Even if your pets are small, you'll want one with a structure that can withstand jumping on and off repeatedly, as well as material that won't tear down from paws and claws. Look for materials with a tight weave as a general rule when selecting pet-friendly fabrics. Pet hair and grime are hidden by patterns, textures, and deeper colors until you have a chance to clean. When looking for pet-friendly furniture, keep in mind that chenille, velvet, silk, and tweed are all textiles to avoid.

Luxe Interior Design:

Luxurious interior design is the pinnacle of interior design for some, and this trend is opulent, glamorous, and stunning. For the most part, Luxe interior design strives to communicate luxury through metallic elements like gold, faux fur, and soft-to-touch materials like velvet and silk. The luxury look exudes opulence and elegance. There's usually a lot of pattern and color, and spaces are meticulously layered and calculated with only the finest materials. Luxe interiors make extensive use of large mirrors, architectural lighting, and patterned fabrics.