So far in 2022, interior design trends continue to veer towards reclaiming dedicated workspaces created in the house. There’s a renewed interest in decorating consciously and bringing the elements of the outdoor natural world inside. It has also been established that the interior design of a home influences the mood and mental state of the people living in it.
In case you live in a place like London, where weather is unpredictable, the interiors of your home will provide much-needed comfort and solace. The weather in London is quite unpredictable with locals carrying sunglasses and an umbrella at the same time.
By keeping up with the latest trends and professional help, you can create an excellent mood in your home despite the ongoing pandemic and unpredictable weather outside. So what are the latest and greatest trends in the interior design industry?
If too found yourself asking this question, you’re at the right place. Here are some of the best interior design trends that are expected to pick up in 2022 and are instant mood lifters.
The last couple of years have been hard on everyone. With work from home being the new normal, bedrooms often turned into workspaces. Goes without saying that this particular trend was not conducive to creating a space that will help you feel relaxed and calm.
It’s being speculated that as workspaces open up in 2022, this year will be all about reclaiming the bedroom space as the sleep sanctuary as it’s meant to be. The focus would be on designing a space conducive to quality sleep.
Design elements like mood lighting, comforting textures, soothing colors, and thick cozy throws and rugs will be trending this year. Lastly, the emphasis will be on leaving anything with a digital screen outside of the bedroom door and just keeping it simple.
Statement lighting will make a comeback in 2022 as it’s expected that form will match function this year. The statement lighting not only looks good and adds to the aesthetics but is also quite functional.
Lights that highlight the beauty of the home and throw a spotlight at it while also being a statement art piece will be big in 2022. This is also reflected in the report by Etsy, which revealed that there was a massive 368 percent YoY increase in ‘70s lighting searches and 20 percent YoY growth in searches for sculptural and decorative lighting.
The Cottagecore (also known as Farmcore or Countrycore) interior design trend caught momentum last year in 2021. And with more people searching for the Cottagecore style design than any other design, the trend is expected to spill over to 2022 as well. The popularity of Cottagecore design has been boosted by content shared on Instagram and TikTok.
The Cottagecore design epitomizes good life and draws inspiration from countryside living. The Cottagecore trend involves imitating the style of an idyllic cottage in the countryside. This is done through floral patterns, prints, chalk-painted surfaces, wood, and organic texture.
In the new year 2022, kitchens in the home will no longer be limited to boring shades of neutrals, greens, and blues. There’s been a rising trend in this space to introduce a much broader color spectrum. Kitchens in 2022 will look more playful and confident than ever.
There’s a rising demand for colorful stoves, painted walls, bright splashbacks, and accessories. Moreover, interior designers are introducing exciting shades on the kitchen cabinets in alternating hues. This lends the kitchen a modern and playful vibe.
In 2022, it’s also expected that the use of prints and patterns in the kitchen will become more commonplace than ever. 2022 will be the year of prints and patterns in the kitchen. It can be in any form from retro or modern to bold and chaotic. More designers will experiment with prints and patterns alongside vivid colors in the kitchen in 2022 than ever.
Sustainable living has been one of the key focuses and trends in the last couple of years. The year 2022 will witness a further solidified emphasis on the use of sustainable materials, reuse of home furniture, and responsible manufacturing of essentials.
With the spotlight on climate change and adverse effects, consumers are now more conscious about sustainability than ever. This has changed the way people buy furniture homeware. Especially, the younger millennial and Gen Z shoppers, who prefer used furniture and homeware over brand-new products.
These are the top interior design trends that will gain traction in the year 2022 or continue to gain popularity from 2021. Following these design trends will not only make your home look modern but also help you be in good mood through the pandemic and everything else that life throws at you.