The design industry constantly changes when it comes to popular colors, materials, and styles. We’ll admit that it’s impossible to predict all the 2022 interior design trends with absolute certainty. But if we had to place our bets? These are the looks we think you’ll see everywhere this year.
Open shelving has been popular for a while now, but we have been noticing the trends moving towards the single-shelf direction.
Following the minimal, clean look, the single shelf design has been incorporated into our designs for multiple kitchens already! We LOVE the minimal, clean look.
Vintage Is Trendy
With the current disruption to manufacturing supply chains, sourcing vintage was a huge trend of 2021. This year, designers will most likely take it one step further by putting their stamp on vintage pieces by reupholstering in trending fabrics—more on the below.
Green Is Here To Stay
We don’t need to tell you that green is one of the most popular colors of the moment. But in 2022, we’re going to see green on more than just kitchen cabinetry. We’re predicting tons of green tile showers, green painted walls, and even some deep green exteriors.
We are seeing a lot of new-builds and remodels bringing back texture to the walls. Whether it’s a stone backsplash or warm-tone plaster, designers are finding ways to modernize textured wall treatments and add even more depth and dimension to their work.
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Dark Wood Tones
Lighter wood finishes have been a designer favorite for the past four or five years. However, this year, we’re predicting a noticeable shift towards darker wood tones paired with moody paint colors for a more dramatic look.
Tell us: which 2022 interior design trends are you excited to see and which are you ready to retire? One thing is for sure—this year in design will be one for the books.