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6 Home Decor Trends for 2022 And 56 Ideas
2022 is almost here, and it’s time of new hopes, plans and ideas. If you are going to renovate your home in 2022 and don’t know where to start, let’s take a look at some trends popping up and maybe you will find a great idea here.
The last few years we had to change our rooms to add a home office or a study/teaching space for the children. Working from home will remain a fixture in our lives. But this isn’t the only reason for creating more multifunctional space: we are rethinking the way we live. If we take a small home – there you have to think multifunctional. Storage has to be found in unusual spaces , furniture has to be double duty and more conscious decision are made about what to buy for your home.
a serene and airy guest bedroom with lots of white and a vintage black desk plus chair to stand out
a cute and glam cloffice with open shelving, a makeshift closet, a white chandelier, an acrylic desk, a grey chair and touches of pink
a stylish modern living room with grey furniture, IKEA storage units, potted plants and a table with chairs for working
a bold living room with a plywood storage unit on the wall, butterflies, blue furniture, a hot red desk behind the sofa and bold red textiles
a contemporary eclectic living room with a grey sofa, round tables, a striped chair, a gallery wall and a white sleek desk
DIY And Upcycling
A natural progression from the above, 2022 will see a surge in homeowners taking on DIY projects as part of creating a more mindful home. Low-waste living and upcycling is at the heart of creating a mindful home, and we have definitely seen a rise in upcycling which is likely to continue – from people sewing and making over old outfits, to making garden furniture out of wooden pallets. For the less experienced DIY-ers, taking an old piece of furniture and customizing it is a great way to reduce waste and also means no one else has the same piece as you.
a modern white desk made of a couple of IKEA Malm dressers and a tabletop is a creative piece with plenty of storage
IKEA Malm dressers turned into a bold blue storage bed is a perfect idea for a small bedroom including this little kid's room
a chic contemporary cat walk made of IKEA ledges and some crates will make your kitties amused and will inspire their exercising
an IKEA Frosta stool cat tree is really a fresh and clever solution that looks modern and out of the box
an IKEA Besta TV unit done very contrasting, in black and with can webbing plus gold handles is a bold idea
an IKEA Nesna table hacked with cane webbing and brown leather looks super chic and will bring a slight boho feel to the room
Sustainability and use of organic materials have become prominent in recent years. With the public’s increased exposure to climate change, the idea of sustainability has fed into the interior industry and our homes. This will translate into how we buy furniture; a move towards furniture items with reclaimed woods and accessories with recycled glass and metal… investing in meaningless furniture and accessories is a thing of the past.
a beautiful sustainable living room with textural green walls, wooden furniture, potted plants, a leather sofa and textural rugs
a natural outdoor dining space created with sustainable materaisl like wood and wicker is a great eco-friendly solution
wooden slabs covering the wall and the kitchen island, a grey marble backsplash for a more sustinable kitchen design
sustainable home decor with tree stumps, baskets for storage, potted plants and cacti, floor mirror in wooden frames
a neutral and chic sustainable living room with a potted plant, a wooden side table, curved furniture and a gallery wall
a sustainable attic living room with reclaimed wooden beams, wooden tables, woven poufs and a rattan pendant chair
all-natural home decor of light-stained pallets and a wooden rack - reuse of materials is important
a farmhouse console table and baskets for storage is a cool idea for a farmhouse entryway or living room
a dining set clad with reclaimed wood with a herringbone pattern is a stylish idea for a Scandi or farmhouse space
a beautiful console table made of reclaimed wood and old banisters is a gorgeous idea for a farmhouse space
Marble is a timeless and sophisticated material you may add to your home decor to make it refined and increase its value – fashion comes and goes but marble stays. Marble comes in lots of different shades and veining of each slab is unique meaning that what you have in your home you will never see anywhere else. Besides, marble is a natural material, so it fits the trend for organic materials.
a black minimalist kitchen with sleek cabinets, neutral stone countertops and a white marble backsplash
a catchy fireplace nook with a black marble clad fireplace, refined chairs and a black marble side table
an elegant modern two-toned kitchen with a black and white marble backsplash and countertop for a refined feel
midnight blue cabinets, a Carrara marble tile backsplash and wooden open shelving for a super stylish feel
a refined living room with a large non-working fireplace clad with black marble for a chic touch
an elegant contemporary living room accented with a black marble slab table that brings ultimate luxury
Green as a color and greenery on the whole are what soothes us and what makes us more relaxed, they also make spaces more inviting and welcoming. Due to the COVID-19 we all had to spend much time in our homes and the wish to make them closer to nature and outdoors was immense. Biophilic spaces with lots of plants are a great way to achieve that outdoorsy feel indoors and make your space more calming and welcoming.
a gorgeous biophilic bedroom in boho style, with lots of potted plants everywhere and some vines over the whole space
a beautiful biophilic living room with lots of potted plants all over looks like a whole jungle and invites in
a pretty biophilic nook with a potted tree and various potted plants around just one rattan chair to turn this nook into a relaxing one
a beautiful biophilic living room with lots of statement potted plants here and there including the non-working fireplace
bring outside inside showing off potted plants of various kinds on a credenza or console table
a biophilic living room with lots of bold green plants in pots and a green sofa that echoes with them very well
a bold and catchy living room with lots of potted plants standing and hanging around and with jungle-themed prints
Texture are the key to make any space eye-catching, even if it’s the most neutral one without color accents. Go for interesting wall textures with plaster and various finishes, achieve a cozy, layered look through furniture and accessories, look for a variety of materials such as natural stone, leather, wood, and metal, as well as highly textured fabrics like bouclé. Cozy fabrics not only feel amazing but look chic and luxurious.
a lovely home jungle - a biophilic space with lots of potted plants all over it is a cool idea to rock
wooden beads, a cane console, a woven plant cover, layered rugs including a jute one generate much texture
a fantastic stone-clad sideboard and a wooden artwork on the wall will make your space fantastic
a cane credenza, woven shades, textural curtains and a fluffy rug make this space more interesting with these textures
a gorgeous window nook with a daybed styled with lots of textural pillows and blankets, pampas grass and a lamp with a burlap shade
a Spanish farmhouse space done with concrete, reclaimed wood, varuous pillows and baskets, woven candleholders
cane, wood, Zellige tiles and concrete countertops make the kitchen look catchy and interesting due to the textures