Home Interior Design Trends That Homeowners Love in 2022June 24, 2022
Although the year is almost over, there’s never a bad time to roll up your sleeves and give your home a makeover. Homeowners who want to breathe new life into their homes can gain inspiration from the latest design trends that are all the rage among interior designers.
It doesn’t matter if you’re selling your house or if you want to make your rental feel more like your home; these home interior design trends will surely do the trick. Let’s take a look at the top five trends that are popular in 2022.
1. Shades of brown
When you’re looking for a realtor to help you sell your home, they’ll tell you to opt for a neutral color palette. Instead of using shades of grey that you’d seen in magazines and interior design websites the past few years, why not choose shades of brown?
There are some beautiful brown shades out there that are perfect for creating a warm and inviting environment. You could use shades of browns as a base (floors, walls, and large furniture pieces) or use the brown shades as an accent color.
2. Nature indoors
When you want to decorate using natural materials, you might immediately go to your local garden center to find indoor plants and flowers. You can definitely do that, but that’s not the only way you can bring nature indoors.
You can use materials like rock, stone, marble, or terracotta to make your backsplashes pop. You can use a water feature to create a focal point in a room. You could even create a vertical wall that’s covered with succulents, herbs, and the like.
3. Curved and sculptural furniture
It wasn’t too long ago that we were clinging to modern designs that were all about crisp lines and minimalism. Well, today’s homeowner isn’t having any of that and are choosing to invest in curvy furniture pieces that look like a sculpture.
4. Plaster on the walls
Although putting a plaster on your walls may seem like a bad idea, when it’s done right, it can be quite the show stopper! We don’t recommend attempting to do this wall treatment yourself because it can become a disaster pretty quickly if you don’t know what you’re doing. We strongly recommend finding a contractor who is experienced with this material and the technique.
Note: Plaster on the walls may not affect your home appraisal; keep in mind that it could be a turn-off for potential buyers.
5. Textured fabrics and textures
A home with stone, curved lines, and sumptuous shades of brown will need something to give the home some personality. You can use textured fabrics and textiles to give the space some visual interest and personality. For example, you can use faux fur pillows and throw blankets on a leather couch or use a jute rug on a travertine tile floor.
There are a lot of ways you can revamp your home, but using home interior design trends for inspiration is a great place to start!