2022 Home Design Trends
Just as fashion trends change and old styles become fresh and relevant, home trends do the same thing. From paint colors you can expect to see everywhere, plays on different textures, and popular uses for spaces in your home, let’s take a look at 2022 home design trends. You never know if one of these trends could spark some inspiration!
The two-tone color combinations you’ve seen gain popularity in kitchen renovations on HGTV are likely to stick around. Use the color wheel to find two colors that are either complementary or provide a nice contrast to allow each color to pop. It’s recommended that the darker color sits below eye level and the lighter color sits higher to create more visual interest without shrinking the feel of a space.
With the increased time spent at home, many are finding ways to bring the outdoor elements inside with wallpapers, bedding, art, and accessories that remind them of plants, flowers, and exotic travel destinations. Colors found in nature are also being used a lot more in home designs. Earthy palettes will continue to be a prominent theme in 2022.
Upcycling Old Pieces
Some designs and furniture bring intense comfort and familiarity, but they don’t always fit a home’s style or needs. Recently, there has been a big push to reuse items in new ways. Marrying the modern with the traditional can come in several forms, like giving old pieces a new coat of paint or stain, reupholstering fabric, and even finding new uses for decor.
Abstract and Artsy
Abstract art and styles are becoming more popular and bringing comfort to a wider audience. As the world becomes filled with more information and individuals face more pressure or uncertainty, abstract pieces allow individuals to focus on how something makes them feel, connect with it in a new way, and escape the influx of words and noise happening inside their heads at any given time.
Eco-friendly materials are becoming increasingly important in homes. A wave of more sustainable textiles is being added to home design trends. Getting rid of some of the more harmful materials, like foam, which is being replaced by things like coconut hair, wool, and feathers, is a priority for designers, creators, and consumers.
2022 will bring some exciting home design trends and insights into the real estate market. If you’d like to stay up to date on what’s happening around Reno, follow our blog, and if you have questions about the Reno real estate market, contact the David Morris Group. We’re happy to be your helpful guide. Give us a call at (775) 828-3292.