It’s no secret that the interior design world is constantly changing and evolving. Trends come and go, but every once in a while, something sticks around long enough to become part of the status quo. But how do you know which trends are actually worth trying out? If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the possibilities, don’t worry! We’ve done all the research for you and found some of our favorite interior trends that will be sticking around through 2022.
Incorporating multiple textures into classic design
This isn’t your grandma’s classic style. Many of us are used to the idea that classic design means using neutral tones and simple shapes, with as few frills as possible. But combining multiple textures can help create a unique space that feels contemporary without being cold or impersonal—think wood paneling, wallpapers, or textured tiles on your walls instead of just paint.
Bringing the nature inside
It’s also important to incorporate materials from nature into your space—so think about bringing in natural tones, color palettes, and materials like blonde wood to make your modern space look luxurious and inviting.
Incorporating traditional details into a modern room can help it feel more sophisticated and comfortable at the same time. For example, incorporating beautiful wall ornaments as well as traditional bookcases can give a room an elegant touch.
If you’re looking for simpler ways to bring in traditional details, look for antique vases or other decor pieces to spice up your home.
We love the idea of curved furniture! With our busy lives, we often find ourselves missing out on the little things—like spending time with each other. So, we try to create the most comfortable and relaxing space possible in our home; a space that’s perfect to catch up with our family and friends. We’ve found that soft lines provide a comforting, calming experience and allow us to really connect with those around us—even if it’s just for a few minutes.
Sculptural Furniture: Sculptural pieces can add drama and interest to any room, but they’re not all made equal. Some are too busy or fussy—they overwhelm their surroundings and distract from what you’re trying to show off. We think that carefully selected sculptural furniture can be a real asset to an otherwise simple space; it gives it character and makes it more interesting.
Being surrounded by things that inspire us is much more important than having a bunch of boring blocks of wood around.
Brown instead of black
It’s funny how quickly we can get used to something. Take, for example, the color black. We’ve been conditioned to think of it as the perfect neutral that goes with everything – even though it’s actually one of the most challenging colors to work with.
The trick is that black isn’t just any old neutral. It tends to suck the light out of a space, making everything around it seem dull and uninteresting. It also serves to make the other colors in a room stand out in an unnatural way, which can look jarring. Sure, black can be used as an accent color (like in our bedroom) or as part of a monochromatic scheme (like in our dining area), but it’s just not going to mix well with anything else on its own.
On the flip side is brown, which can be used in the same way black is. But brown has a warmth that black lacks, giving your space a more welcoming feel and really bringing out the beauty of your other decor choices. It also gives you a chance to bring together various shades and hues of wood into one cohesive space – no matter how different they are.
We feel like it’s time for walls to start getting a bit more love. The neutral white or gray tones have been making an appearance in homes for years, but they can definitely get old after a while. Limewash is an easy and affordable way to breathe new life into your walls without ripping them off entirely and starting from scratch. Check out this article to learn how to do it yourself.
Your home is your sanctuary; you should feel at ease when you’re inside. With these simple changes, you’ll be ahead of the trends—and you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that they are here to stay for a while!
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