Are you thinking of refreshing your home in 2022? Whether you’re considering a full renovation, or want to make specific investments into your décor, furnishing, and finishes – there are plenty of interior design trends you can take inspiration from to elevate your home.
Discover the latest interior design trends for 2022 and find out how you achieve these stylish results in your own home.
Think earth tones, soft hues, and an abundance of natural light. The new year is going to be all about bringing the outdoors inside – using tones and playing with light to make your home feel bigger, brighter, and more relaxing.
So, how exactly can you achieve this through your décor? Bespoke fitted furniture allows you the freedom to open your floorspace and make the most out of every square foot.
Natural furniture is going to be very popular throughout 2022. The traditional neutral colour palette is getting a modern makeover, with rich, earthy tones taking centre stage over classic white and cream colours. Use these tones to add depth to your décor, incorporating these new neutrals through your fitted furniture and soft furnishings to create a sense of continuity throughout your home.
Want to increase the natural light in your house? If knocking down walls and adding new windows doesn’t sound like your cup of tea, then using mirrors to bounce light throughout your home is a great alternative! Whether you choose decorative mirrors or incorporate them as features within your fitted furniture – it’s a very simple yet highly effective way to invite more light to a room and make your home feel bigger.
If you’re unsure about which colours to pick, speak to our team about samples, and see which tone looks the best with the interior design trend you’re going for!
Interior designers predict a rise in bold statements and accent features in 2022. Black accents against your neutral colour palette are a great way to add depth and a sense of edginess to a minimalist, natural room. If you’re feeling daring, opt for a splash of colour to warm your interiors.
For subtle features, consider using the hardware of your furniture as an accent. Elevate your home with sleek black handles and shelving for a cosmopolitan edge, or use shades of gold for a little understated elegance.
Speak with our expert design team for details on how bespoke furniture can be used as an accent in your home
Combining Style with Function
It’s all about versatility in 2022; the way we live, work, and relax has changed – and it’s time our homes reflected that!
Our interiors are becoming more and more functional, but that shouldn’t mean we should compromise on style. Made to measure furniture and pieces crafted with your unique lifestyle in mind is key; every room should make your life easier, no matter its purpose.
Multi-purpose smart storage solutions that compliment your décor and soft furnishings are perfect for those looking to incorporate a little more functionality in their homes. Storage is personal and depends on your lifestyle – from fitted shelving custom built in to made to measure walk in wardrobes and bespoke furniture, it’s important to choose what’s right for you. Find the perfect storage solution for your budget.
Make Working from Home, Work for You
Hybrid working is the new normal, and 2022 is set to reflect that. Home offices are in, working from the kitchen counter is out. It’s time to create a space that really works for your working style and living requirements.
From renovating rooms to transforming a nook into a work area, a considered approach to your décor and utilising smart storage solutions will help you to create a work zone, without disrupting the natural flow of your room.
If you’re planning a new home office or work area in your home, built-in furniture may be a great asset to the overall design. Keeping storage tucked away against walls to enhance somewhat awkward areas in your house is a fantastic way to increase your overall storage capacity and keep your home free from clutter.
Remember, fitted furniture and built-in wardrobes aren’t just for bedrooms! Additional cupboard space can be used to conceal clunky technology and less aesthetically pleasing items (like printers, computers, and work files). This way you can avoid having your work and home life blur into one as remote and hybrid working continues.
Find Your Inspiration
The most important interior design trend is the one that makes you feel at home! If you want some more inspiration on how to make your home a haven, follow our Pinterest.
Alternatively, come and see our styles, colours, and finishes in our showroom. Based in Fareham, we’re open Monday – Saturday from 9am – 5pm. Pop in for a peek at the latest styles or have a chat with our friendly team of fitted furniture and design experts.