As 2022 begins, we welcome grounded and hopeful interiors…
2021 was another year when we all embraced being at home a little more and found joy in our interiors. Although we hope to spend our time in more diverse ways with the coming year, there's no doubt that the relief and solstice that our homes have offered will continue to strive. We've researched some of the upcoming creative design trends that will inspire our interior choices through 2022 and beyond…
The desire for relaxation will continue to drive our decorating choices in 2022 and themes will unify around nature. Plaster, clay and lime washes on walls, and contemporary home accents made from tactile, rich-toned materials such as wood, bronze, and leather will inspire our homes.
Immersing interiors in wilderness-inspired hues and gentle textures will reset our minds and freshen our homes – bringing balance through their therapeutic properties.
The familiarity found in rounded geometry brings a sense of relaxation, and normality to interiors – exactly what 2022 is calling out for. The supporting forms found in curved décor pieces will create a memorable home, full of personality. Easy on the eye, and helping to curate a gentle, inviting atmosphere, curved furniture and homeware will be paramount to constructing a soothing oasis to return to after a long day.
Your home should be a space where you can decompress and calm down after a long day, sheltering from outside stresses. 2022 will see us becoming more imaginative with our green spaces and how we bring nature inside to nurture us. Experimenting with unique hanging installations, staircase gardens and incorporating indoor greenery into our homes will continue to flourish in 2022, with an emphasis on creating soothing, plant-filled environments.
If indoor plants won’t suit or fit with your décor scheme, add a touch of nature by including green paint tones inspired by luscious landscapes to your wall. Whether a bold emerald bedroom, or a sage green kitchen, a nature inspired colour palette will revitalize your home.
Whilst our homes will still have to cater for a wide range of activities, a degree of separation will be warmly welcomed by many. Communal areas will continue to be open plan, offering a place to socialise freely, however the work and personal life balance will become more definitive. Versatile furniture designs that can be moved from room to room will be well received when you are setting interior boundaries in your home.