After the chaos of the past few years, it’s important to ensure we have cosy and comfortable spaces in our homes to relax.
Interior design trends emerging into 2022, are looking to help us feel grounded in our homes with plants and create a sense of optimism with new colours.
We’ve complied a few trends to help you get started on giving your house the ultimate chill make-over.
2022 is the year for green supreme in your home. From soft, sage to bold, emerald shades. These colours are becoming more popular and help create a natural, outdoor vibe. Green plays into an over-arching trend for biophilic design – helping us to reconnect with the outdoors and bring the outside, in. Added bonus: Green hues help replicate health and mood-boosting qualities of spending time in nature.
Japandi is a hybrid design concept combining both Japanese and Scandinavia styles. The trend has its roots in minimalist principles, focusing on warm tones and soft features for a relaxing vibe. This trend is persistent and designers believe it will remain popular in 2022, while incorporating more darker and moodier tones.
Who doesn’t love a statement piece in their home to show off? Designers say this year your statement piece should be your lights.
Large, dramatic lights and chandeliers, statement wall lamps and captivating table lamps are all part of this lighting trend. It can bring extra character to a room while also being a practical investment.
New year, new shapes
Curved lines and rounded features are appearing all over 2022 interior style guides. Creating a looser, more informal setting for your home that will be read as safe, friendly and welcoming.
After the difficult couple of years, we’ve all had, the cosy, comfortable interior design trend will be sticking around for a while.
Vintage and Sustainable Accents
Sustainability is not only a popular trend but a necessity moving forward.
Adding a few vintage features brings a warm, homely feel to every space and an extra pop of personality. Repurposing old, damaged pieces into something new is a sustainable practice that helps reduce your carbon footprint and reduce waste going to landfill.
We hope these interior design trends inspire you to re-create some of these 2022 trends in your homes. Let us know which trends you are going to try and follow, by tagging us using @altinluxury or #altinhomes on Instagram or tag our Facebook @altinhomes.
Don’t forget to check out more blogs on Altin Homes on the website, including this one on getting your garden ready for summer.