Home trends in 2022 will focus on clever design, spacious areas, and multifunctional rooms. In the past year, there were major strides when it came to bold colors and patterns. Whether you’re remodeling or building your home from the ground up, you can take advantage of exploring new ideas.
Now begins the journey into refining your spaces. There is definitely no shortage of things to look forward to in the year 2022.
Whether during the pandemic or beyond, our connection to nature and the world around us has never been more valued. After so much time spent indoors, the time has come to let in every hue to brighten up our spaces. And the search for green has already begun! As we embrace an array of nature-inspired green tones, Pinterest searches for green home inspiration have increased by 80% this year.
Likewise, plants, timber, and terracotta will be used to incorporate green and natural tones into our homes. Green velvet sofas, sage or olive painted walls, and jute textured carpets are possibilities. Sage and mineral-based greens bring nature in and improve interior spaces.
Grander kitchen and pantry spaces are making an entrance in today’s home trends. The ability to store and hideaway kitchen and food essentials in a hidden-away space will make for more available storage in the kitchen. These clever areas are a new canvas of creativity as they can be seen as an extension of your kitchen. Some take the opportunity to add fun light fixtures or new appliances. The ideas are endless!
Be on the lookout, as more and more people are implementing walk-in pantries, aka a butler’s pantry. Who doesn’t want additional storage along with useful extra appliances such as microwaves, dishwashers, sinks, etc? If you’re one who wants to keep your kitchen clear and available for hosting, this improvement could be just what you’re looking for.
First of all, this part isn’t exactly shocking. Does anyone else have a space in their dining or living room that doubles as a home office hub? Multifunctional furniture will remain key staple components for the modern home. They are ideal for homes with limited space or those who desire extra usefulness. With a little extra vision, your spaces can be transformed and utilized in ways you didn’t think were possible.
Moreover, single-purpose areas are obsolete. As of now, everyone is looking to maximize every area of their home. Modern room-dividing strategies are here to stay, whether it’s having dual-purpose rooms or multi-purpose furniture with inventive storage options. Take advantage of the vertical space in your home by investing in shelving, ladders, and platforms to add layers to your decor.
If you take out the time to work on your home, it will be a space you can relax in for years to come. If you need any remodeling services for your home, feel free to contact us. Our expert team is always available to answer your queries.