2022 is officially here, and it’s time to look at trends that it’s bringing us. These home decor trends may be helpful if you are going to renovate your dwelling this year or maybe next year and want to see the direction design and decor are going on the whole.
As most of us had to stay home and work from home, we started to require more from the places where we live, we need them to be everything, and first of all, we need home offices. What was a must for a small home to be efficient – a multifunctional space – is a current must for every home – cloffices, working spaces in bedrooms, kitchens and living rooms, home gyms in mudrooms, eat-in kitchens and so on, and this trend isn’t going anywhere.
DIY And Upcycling
DIY, reuse and upcycling have never been so popular! The overall trend for more eco-friendly decor and reuse is popping up like never before. Go DIY some beautiful furniture or art piece for your home or hack some IKEA pieces to personalize your space as much as possible, now it’s incredibly hot!
This is connected to the previous point, as I said above – turn on your eco-friendliness! Go for aesthetical spaces with long-lasting items and elegant and flowy style for slow living, and incorporate sustainable materials like recycled plastic or wood.
Marble is a classic, very refined and pretty expensive material to use in home decor but it makes it timeless and chic and matches any decor style easily. Besides, marble is a natural material and each slab has unique veining, which means that your space will be 100% unique. Don’t hesitate to splurge on such a material, you can never go wrong with it!
Biophilia – love for plants – has absorbed the world several years ago, and currently it’s a huge trend as many of us missed some outdoor spaces with lots of greenery during the pandemic. Bringing an outdoor feel inside makes your room more attractive and makes you feel more relaxed at the same time, so go for as many plants as you want, and in any space of your home, from a bedroom to a bathroom.
What can make even the plainest space interesting? Texture! Textural walls, textural furniture and of course textiles are what will make your home look special and interesting and will add eye-catchiness to it. Think jute rugs, lots of wood, tiles, stone, cane webbing and much more to make your home look special!