Home Trends for 2022 is more of a comeback of timeless classics, that mostly shows off earthy and gentle moss greens, burnt orange and other warm neutrals. Few elements from the Roman Empire such as the herringbone pattern for flooring are also making a come-back. We will also be seeing more wood tones popping up in warm greige home decor, chippy painted farmhouse furniture and the unpainted wood look.
Bathroom designs were made popular too as New York architect and interior designer Adam Rolston of INC Architecture & Design observed. “Recently, we’ve seen around a 10-15 percent increase in bathroom size,’ he said. Palatial or not, bathroom décor is echoing elegant living spaces with statement chandeliers and whimsical plumbing fixtures, elements that add personality. Designers ‘mix nostalgia with forward thinking, Rolston said. He juxtaposed neoclassical fluted millwork against sleek stacked vertical tiles in a recent project.”
Adam Rolston of INC Architecture & Design
Lastly, we will be seeing more multifunctional spaces this 2022. Influenced by the pandemic’s stir, home designs for 2022 have also permuted to versatility and a series of flexible interior works. Inspired by the Japanese traditional Zen philosophy, this practice is believed to scale back all elements right down to their core. Showcasing minimalist architecture and boosting more functionality, eliminating nonessential materials to open up a space and allowing an organic flow of calmness and promoting a peaceful lifestyle. Negative space is valued highly on loft homes, vertical spacing with more shelvings and platforms.