Let’s begin the new year with the Places In The Home Trend Report 2022- a window into what interior design and decor trends will be the cat’s pajamas in the months to come.
What’s on trend is what appeals to your gorgeous sense of style is my motto, but I do enjoy studying the inside scoop of the trend report forecast.
Winter has come to call, and cozy answers back nestle in and stay awhile.
Freshening up your core decorating style for a long winter’s nap, the slow pace associated with this baby, it’s cold outside time of year, further puts style to sight.
Rooted in creating an atmosphere of warmth with a cozy and comfortable winter ambiance, lusciously thick throws, candles filling house and home with warmth, flicker and fragrance, and layers and levels of lighting build and balance the gray doldrums associated with wintertime.
Texture is beneficial to tactile and visual appeal.
Color absorbs light and distributes the warms and cools throughout a space.
Texture exudes warmth and invites cozy to the party.
Furniture, fabric, upholstery, shades, rugs, throw pillows- texture will be big in 2022.
Bring home the sophisticated California chic instantly identifiable by its brilliant color plays, effortless charm, and cool west coast vibes.
California chic meets curves meets antiques equates to implementing three decorating classics into one visually impressive space.
Design by Nature
Sustainability is in style, natural lighting promotes a calming environment, and going green works beautifully with natural elements and color palettes.
Have it, love it.
Antiques once again make the list.
Timeless in presence and provenance, antique pieces lend a quality to most design styles as a lone focal point accent or anchor style of the space.
Antique pieces play the room beautifully as well as complementing other design styles.
Provenance tells the story of premier craftmanship and sustainability while finishes and details create visual interest.
As far as I’m concerned the addition of an antique piece or two to your design and decor is always on trend.
Swedish designer Ebba Thott’s choice of an antique art deco mahogany haberdashery counter adds statement piece quality and contrast value.
Curved shapes evoke Art Deco inspired styles incorporating the Art Deco trend.
The thing is you don’t need to flood the zone with a style your curious about trying out.
Sample the style while achieving the look through small accents demonstrating big details.
Let’s Talk Color
Color is served in a big and colorful way in the 2022 kitchen, and according to the experts at Domino, pink is the hot cabinet color topping the trend report 2022.
Glidden Premium Paint
Brandy Snaps || Tawny Mushroom || Mesa Pink
Sunstone || Parfait || Earth Rose
Again, you don’t need to flood the zone with a style your curious about trying out.
Introduce color with a hardware redo.
The result is almost instant, and the beautiful part about cabinet hardware is you can find it in great styles and good prices making it an affordable update option.
Pantone Color of the Year 2022 is Very Peri deemed a periwinkle shade of blue.
This is my idea of winter blues, and a lovely hue to design and decorate, accent and accessorize to.
Make Room for Mushrooms
Woodland whimsical is the term I assign to the still on trend must love mushrooms happening.
From dining table to side table, mushroom madness makes the trend report 2022.
Perfect accent option for wading into the Deco and mushroom trend.
Grows on you, doesn’t it?
Ashley Montgomery Design
Be it cart, accent cabinet, shelf, table or countertop, a well-appointed home bar hospitality station serves distinctive style and personality.
Being a child of this swingin’ decade finds me appreciating the design trends of the day that captured the eye of decoristas and fashionistas alike.
Everything old is new again to some extent, so why not approach this trend with whimsical fancy?
Shannon Claire Interiors
Well, what do you think about these trend report 2022 projections?
A mad dash to home decor sources of choice is not exactly my new year, new style first priority, opting instead to first take an inventory of the accents and accessories presently in stock at Places In The Home and editing from within.
Believe me when I tell you how visually appealing and decoratively surprising the result is with one or more edits and placement adjustments.
Affordable, sustainable, and a fantastic way to spend a winter afternoon indoors.
Truer words, Mr. Morris.
Beauty is in the eye and the personal design style of the beholder, never failing to be on trend.