January has always been seen as the start of new beginnings, time for change and a refresh, whether that’s in our homes, work, or ourselves.
You may choose to refresh your wardrobe to help you feel better, however this can be done in many ways like a change to the environment we live in.
Refreshing the home, you live in can give you so many benefits like lifting your spirits, feeling relaxed and cosy or maybe you want a more stimulated environment.
When you come to refresh your home will you be looking at 2022 interior design trends? If so, I have put below a few interior design trends for 2022 to help you get started.
Colour of the year
Each year a Pantone colour is released and this year it’s a warm bold lavender called “Very Piri”. Not sure about you but this reminds me of a whimsical colour, walking through fields of flowers…
This year you will also be seeing more curves like tub chairs curved edges, these all work well in giving those harsh edges a softness and a soft flow in a room. Curves in interiors was used a lot in the 60’s and 70’s giving you that mid-century modern look.
Inspired by seashells and fits nicely into the curve trend and the Cottagecore scheme. This can be seen in rugs, bedding, furniture, curtains, and blinds.
Also, a revival of a 70’s trend is tinted glass coming back in our homes in 2022. Look at a couple of pieces of furniture that really feel luxurious in a room and with the tint it also makes the furniture feel softer and warmer.
This is an interior design technique where you pair two or more bold colours together. However, this still works with pastels so long as all have the same tone. This has evolved a bit more in recent years, where you can be more creative with it. Look at some ideas below.
The versatile pattern can easily be used in modern and traditional schemes, and it especially works well in the Cottagecore scheme. There are so many colours to choose from and for a softer approach to using Gingham is lovely in the pastel colours rather than the original bold colours.
This first started to be seen again in 2020 and it seems to be staying around for 2022 just bigger and better. This scheme gives you a real sense of home and is a little eclectic with its use of natural materials and soft colour pallets inspired by nature, painted furniture and florals.
This scheme will make you feel like you have escaped to the country. Not for you minimalists out there.
Image Source Hill House Vintage
Looking at all this together you can see some boulder colour choices being made, even if pastels are being used, the designs are boulder.
All these trends of 2022 can be used in both a maximalist and minimalistic scheme. They can enhance your mood and give you a cosy homely feel with their patterns, softened lines and colour.
How will you be refreshing your home this year?