2022 Interior Trends: What’s In This Year?
Your yearly interior trend update is here! As the new year starts and spring approaches, some of us will be sitting in front of the fireplace dreaming of new and fresh ideas for our homes.
Different factors have contributed to the change of interior trends this year such as mental health and the covid-19 pandemic. So, get ready to see calming earth colour tones, natural materials, new flooring trends and shaped furniture for the ultimate harmonic and cosy space.
Let's look at the best trends that’ll be shaking up homes this year!
Get ready to see the return of browns this year with hazel, dark chestnut and soft taupe. Neutrals are taking a step back with the cold nights upon us, so make your home extra cosy with warm browns.
We predict to see terracotta painted walls paired with soft green furnishings, dressed in accessories with a hint of espresso that brings you into a new era of complete cosiness. These colours can be perfectly paired with our range of dark floors. If you have a traditional and authentic home, dark hardwood will take your interior to the next level.
Worried about damage? You can still get the look you'll love with wood-effect luxury vinyl tiles.
If you think brown has taken the fashion industry by storm, just think about what it could do to your home!
Give your home a breath of fresh air by embracing your eco side. Wellness and nature will continue to flourish in the new year featuring earthy tones, natural materials and biophilic design. So bring the outside indoors with rustic hardwood flooring.
Expect to see more blue and green in kitchens and indoor living walls to create peace and harmony in your home. If you have an open-plan living space, separate with bamboo slats for privacy if you desire.
Create your own artwork by pressing flowers and leaves for this trend, and finish with dark oak or golden frames to add some glam to your nature-inspired home.
Wood is a great sustainable material that contributes to your health and wellbeing. So why not put it in your home?
Pretty in pink… and green!
Tulips, roses and winding olive branches will take centre stage in your home this year, featuring pops of pink in wallpaper and golden branch lampstands. This trend pairs well with earthy tones and natural materials with the essence of bringing the outdoors in.
If you’re hoping to decorate your bathroom this year, consider a feature wall of floral paper and woven accents and accessories like weaved laundry baskets. Decorate with crystal-like door handles or solid wood for a natural effect.
One trend you need to know about this year is bold shapes, soft fabrics and flexible room dividers. Inject this mix of modern and 70s trend into your living area with curvy couches and glass shaped coffee tables to make your living space an open art gallery.
Dress with subtle hints of colour on your cushions and throws for the minimal cosy space you’ve always wanted.
Creamy, fleecy materials work best with this trend, especially on your sofas and floors. This trend holds hands with sustainable materials by using room dividers made from wood to separate different areas of your home.
If you’re looking to incorporate patterns into this trend, parquet flooring will look extra glamourous.
Out with the old, in with the new. Last year, we saw different spikes of trends from white, glossy and greige flooring.
Low-sheen floors and matte finishes are on the trends list this 2022, along with ombre styles and unique shapes. We will be seeing a lot more unfinished wood that perfectly complements dark brown furnishings and accessories.
Invisible oiled floors have a rustic flair that makes your space feel cosy. Rustic floors are great for hiding dust and dirt, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't stop cleaning your floor as regularly!
You can take a sneak peek at how to clean your hardwood floor the right way.
And there you have it. Which one of these trends will you incorporate into your home this year? If you’d like some inspiration, take a look at our blog post on Pantone colour of the year, we love the colour! It will definitely inject some colour into your home.
Tag us in your Instagram posts using #myluxuryfloor. We can’t wait to see these new trends in your home!