This year, we’re bringing the outside in. You’ll see more nature-inspired patterns in textures like stone accents, wire-brushed oak beams, wood grain accents and florals. You can incorporate these patterns in fabrics, wallpapers, ceramics and more.
If you aren’t sure how to bring nature-inspired textures and patterns into your home, try adding small doses of stoneware, terracotta, marble and travertine in decorative objects, backsplashes, furniture and even bathroom surfaces.
Rooms of Focus
With so many people spending more time at home these days, your rooms are more important than ever. And to make the most of your interior space, dual-purpose rooms are on the rise.
“For example, dining rooms lined with storage for wine or books and rooms equipped for both working from home and breaking a sweat,” said Dara.
Having a multipurpose flex room in your home to fit your family’s different needs is a priority for many. Multifunctional laundry rooms have also climbed high on the list of rooms families are looking for in a home. You will see laundry room features such as convenient drop zones, a washing station, a home office nook and even a designated area for pets become more popular in 2022.
The 3 Top Trending Home Design Styles in 2022
Farmhouse style has been a longtime favorite, but if you’re craving something new, you’re in luck. We are seeing a lean toward more of an eclectic style. When adding eclectic elements to your home, try combining new with the old. Decorate with reworked vintage finds, family heirlooms and custom pieces. Thrift stores and estate sales are good places to shop if you want to incorporate more one-of-a-kind eclectic pieces.
With people spending more time at home, most want to bring a feeling of comfort and timelessness to their homes. Classic furniture pieces will be more prominent this year coupled with traditional design elements like wallpaper. But you can still put a fun spin on traditional style by choosing classic furniture pieces with bold jewel tones and unexpected patterns.
Global design is a way to make you feel like you’re traveling the world without actually leaving home. This look features a combination of historic and cultural-inspired decor in accent pieces, furniture styles, fixtures and layouts following the principles of feng shui. This style also gives you the opportunity to display items from your own travels.
Now that you know what home design elements are trending, we hope it inspires you to refresh your home’s interior. You can save looks and styles you love to your Favorites account to help you build the Clayton Built® home of your dreams.