Top home interior trends for 2022
With 2022 just around the corner, we’re looking ahead to the top interior trends for a brand new year. Here are some of our top home interior predictions and the trends we think we’ll be seeing plenty of in the year ahead!
With a stronger focus on the environment, vintage and second-hand homeware is a great way to create a sustainable home. It’s also the perfect way to inject some character into your space. As they say, another person’s junk is someone else’s treasure. So have fun and mix and match old with new.
You only need to look at the Dulux Colour of the Year, 2021, Brave Ground, to see that earthy tones continue to be a firm favourite. A versatile and warm earth tone pairs well with other muted colours and creates a calming backdrop. Bring in more neutral paint colours and allow accent fabrics and textures to shine.
A trend we certainly don’t want to die out! House plants bring gorgeous texture to home spaces and are really good for your overall wellbeing. Did you know that having a plant in your bedroom can do more than boost your mood? It can actually help your sleep and improve your stress levels. Time to fill your space with happy plants!
Textured fabrics can invite a cosy vibe to your space. Think sumptuous velvets (in all the colours imaginable), brushed cottons, textured weaves and even wool. Check out our range of fabrics for our upholstered beds for a bit of inspiration.
Not only will curved headboards be a big home interior trend in 2022, but upholstered headboards have stated their place over the past couple of years. If you fancy mixing up your soft furnishing, did you know that we can upholster your bed in your own choice of fabric? So long as it’s fire retardant, we can help you create that on-trend look and feel in your bedroom.
A mixture of Japanese minimalism and Scandanavian style, think wabi-sabi meets hygge! Beautiful clean lines and simple styles, like our Kyota floating bed for this unique and effortless style.
It’s time to reclaim the night. After the craziness of the past two years, we’ve all earned some much-needed rest. With so many people now working from home, our bedrooms need to be even more of a sanctuary. So whether your bedroom now doubles as your office or you’ve found a workspace elsewhere in the house, make your bedroom a space where you can switch off and rest deep. So opt for new bedding, check your mattress, and maybe even plan a redesign for the new year.